Researchers identify factors that influence people’s vaccine preferences

A study involving hypothetical COVID-19 vaccines suggests that vaccine effectiveness and risk of side effects significantly influence people's preferences for one vaccine over another, and that differences between vaccines may matter less to those who are vaccine hesitant.
A study involving hypothetical COVID-19 vaccines suggests that vaccine effectiveness and risk of side effects significantly influence people’s preferences for one vaccine over another, and that differences between vaccines may matter less to those who are vaccine hesitant.