A new poll suggests the United States could be on track to vaccinate at least 70 percent of the adult population against Covid-19 by this…View More 70 Percent Covid Vaccination Rate May Be in Reach, New Poll Suggests
Nearly 40 percent of all the unvaccinated Latinos responding to the survey said they feared they would need to produce government-issued identification to qualify. And…View More Many Unvaccinated Latinos in the U.S. Want the Shot, New Survey Finds
The American public’s willingness to get a Covid vaccine is reaching a saturation point, a new national poll suggests, one more indication that achieving widespread…View More Parents Are Reluctant to Get Their Children Vaccinated for Covid-19, Poll Shows
SAN JOSE, Calif. — On an unseasonably warm day in February, two men working with a local community group went door to door in an…View More Black and Hispanic Communities Grapple With Vaccine Misinformation
Despite having one of the highest risks of dying from Covid-19, about twice that of white Americans, Black Americans remain one of the least vaccinated…View More Black People Need Better Covid-19 Vaccine Access, Not Better Vaccine Attitudes
Ever since the race to develop a coronavirus vaccine began last spring, upbeat announcements were stalked by ominous polls: No matter how encouraging the news,…View More Early Vaccine Doubters Now Show a Willingness to Roll Up Their Sleeves
But Mr. Trump was notably absent. One reason for the partisan divide over vaccination, experts said, is the president himself. His repeated denigration of scientists…View More Trump Claims Credit for Vaccines. Some of His Backers Don’t Want to Take Them.