Hospitals across the country seeing vaccine hesitancy in health care workers
Hospitals around the country are reporting that many of their health care workers are declining the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Sam Sun, a vaccine expert who studies vaccine hesitancy said some people who have had COVID-19 already and are in direct contact with patients also plays a role.
"If people are not being exposed to patients on daily basis, I can see why they might not be interested in getting the vaccine," Sun said.
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