COVID-19: What people are telling us about vaccines

Key messages from the collective Healthwatch evidence for May 2021
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What are people telling us about COVID-19 vaccines?

This briefing aims to provide an update for national health and social care stakeholders about the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out. It draws on:

  • Information and advice the public are asking us about

  • Experiences and attitudes people have shared with us

COVID-19 vaccine issues covered in the latest update

It focuses on people’s views, concerns and experiences of:

  • Experience of the vaccine roll-out;

  • Reasons for low vaccine confidence;

  • Access to the vaccine; and

  • Access to the second dose.

This update is informed by:

  • The views of over 2000 people in local Healthwatch reports;

  • The views of 1847 people responding to Healthwatch England’s national survey; and

  • Data from 39 local Healthwatch services across England, providing the feedback of 242 individuals on the COVID-19 vaccine delivery.

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COVID-19 Intelligence Update - Vaccines May 2021

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