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06 July 2022

Vaccine hesitancy declines slightly

Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)

A University of Johannesburg (UJ) and Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) COVID-19 Democracy Survey has found that vaccine hesitancy declined slightly from 28% in July 2021 to 25% in November 2021. The online survey, which was a partnership between UJ and the HSRC, was conducted using the data-free Moya

Presenting the findings from the survey, Yamkela Majikijela, PhD research trainee at the HSRC, said the survey focused on the latest data research, titled Round 4″ (undertaken between 25 June and 20 July 2021) and Round 5 (undertaken between 22 October and 17 November 2021).

Majikijela was speaking during a webinar on COVID-19 Vaccine hesitancy, led by Deputy Minister in Presidency, Pinky Kekana, with the Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo, as one of the panellists.

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Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)

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