Prof. Nyhan discusses "How to Build Trust in Vaccines"

To succeed in immunizing the population against COVID-19, the United States must draw on the resources it already has.

This week is coming to a close with truly miraculous news: In the coming days, Americans across the country are expected to begin getting vaccinated against COVID-19, a virus that emerged just a year ago. But even miraculous vaccines do little good for public health if people refuse to take them. What will persuade millions of Americans to take these new vaccines, which were developed and tested in record time? Read more here.