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U.S. poll: Sixty percent of Americans don’t know when and where to get the coronavirus vaccine

U.S. poll: Sixty percent of Americans don't know when and where to get the coronavirus vaccine

INGLEWOOD, CA - JANUARY 19: Staff and volunteers distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to people as they remain in their vehicles at The Forum in Inglewood Tuesday. The Forum is one of five mass-vaccination sites that opened Tuesday in Los Angeles county. Todays inoculations were only available to front line health care workers and residents and staff of skilled nursing facilities and other long-term care facilities. Inoculations for the members of the eligible tier were administered from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Los Angeles County residents may find out when they are eligible to be vaccinated by visiting vaccinatelacounty.com, which is the county's vaccination website. The Forum on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021 in Inglewood, CA. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

January 22 According to a new U.S. poll, six in 10 Americans do not know when and where to get the coronavirus vaccine.

According to CNN on the 22nd, the Kaiser Family Foundation investigated 1,563 Americans from January 11 to 18 and reached the above conclusions. The report also shows that Americans are experiencing a variety of emotions due to the chaos of the process of launching a vaccine.

Half said they were “frustrated”, one third said they were “confused”, and nearly a quarter said they were “angry”.

The survey also found that 55% of the basic workers interviewed said that they had enough vaccination information, but did not know when they would be eligible for vaccination.

Of the healthcare workers interviewed who had not yet been vaccinated, 21 percent said they did not have enough information to get a vaccine for COVID-19.

The survey also found that blacks, Hispanics and low-income adults are the least likely to say they have enough vaccine information. Six in ten said they didn’t have enough information about vaccination, and at least two-thirds said they didn’t know when to get the vaccine.

The survey notes that most people hope that the distribution of vaccines will continue to remain “roughly the same” (36%) as before, and 12% of respondents believe that the situation will “acerbated”.

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