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Vaccine hesitancy is one of the greatest threats to global health – and the pandemic has made it worse4 min read
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a decline in childhood vaccinations worldwide, contributing to outbreaks of infectious diseases. Tackling misinformation will be a big part of addressing vaccine hesitancy.
Going forward, the majority of individuals residing in the United Kingdom will only be able to achieve immunity to the virus causing COVID-19 by contracting the virus itself.
The COVID vaccination programme had saved 19.8 million lives globally. Yet anti-vaxxers distract the discussion over vaccine injuries with comments promoting anti-vaccine tropes, misinformation, and abuse.
How the COVID virus works and how it hides from T-cells and Natural Killer immune cells to evade your immune system. How it also flies under the radar to reinfect you, whether you are vaccinated or not.
Almost three years into the pandemic, myths and misinformation about COVID-19 remain widespread. Let’s debunk some common misconceptions about COVID.
With poor public health messaging, the general public doesn’t seem to know some important things about how COVID-19 and the immune system actually work.