Study: Rural Residents Hesitant To Receive Vaccine — But A Trusted Doctor Can Help
As of Tuesday morning, the state reports 10,762 people have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in Idaho. With a population of more than 1.8 million people the state is a long way from reaching herd immunity against the virus. Even when folks are able to get the vaccine, will they choose to?
According to a new report, that answer may change depending on whether you live in a rural or urban area. Kaiser Family Foundation researcher Ashley Kirzinger joins Idaho Matters to tell us more.
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