New CDC Study Reveals Factors Driving COVID-19 Booster Vaccination Decisions Among US Adults

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented disruption to our lives, resulting in a global health crisis that has left many communities struggling to cope. While vaccination efforts have provided some hope for a return to normalcy, the recent emergence of new COVID-19 variants has highlighted the need for continued vigilance and the importance of ongoing research on the efficacy and safety of vaccines.

In this blog post, we are excited to share our latest video. Luisa Gonzalez discusses recent research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on why US adults are receiving or not receiving bivalent COVID-19 booster vaccinations. Our team is working closely with various communities to support public health initiatives. The insights from this research can help inform our efforts to promote vaccine uptake and protect public health.

The study analyzed data from a national survey conducted from November 1 to December 10, 2022, and provides valuable insights into the factors driving vaccination decisions among US adults. In our video, Luisa delves into the study’s findings and explores how they can be used to support public health initiatives better and ensure equitable access to vaccines.

Don’t miss this informative discussion on the latest research on COVID-19 vaccinations and how it can inform our efforts to promote public health. Click play on the video below and make sure to subscribe to our channel for more informative content!