Jeremy Greenberg shares an article from his company’s website that examines the findings from a study on the challenges of the COVID-19 vaccine adoption.
- Half of participants say they are likely to take the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it is available
- Safety and minimizing side effects are the most important factors driving decisions
- Two thirds of those not likely to take the vaccine doubt its safety
- Women are more often the gatekeepers for households and are less likely to take the vaccine than men
- Over one third of doctors and nurses are not yet supportive of taking a COVID-19 vaccine
- Some do not consider their doctor’s recommendation important and are leery of new vaccines
- President-elect Joe Biden’s victory had a net positive impact on vaccination adoption
Several pharmaceutical companies have made significant progress in the development of a COVID-19 vaccine, and are planning distribution for high priority segments of the U.S. population beginning in the next few weeks. While this is exciting news, it will take some time before a vaccine will be available for the general public – optimistically by April to June, 2021, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The findings reported include:
- Low expected adoption rates
- The confidence gap
- Women as the gatekeepers
Read the full article, New Study Identifies Challenges for COVID-19 Vaccine Adoption, on Avegroup.com.
Umbrex is pleased to welcome Supriya Sen with Singapore Management Consulting. Supriya has spent five years as a Senior Advisor in the banking and infrastructure practice at McKinsey (since 2015). Prior to McKinsey, she was an advisor and investor in infrastructure project and climate finance where she worked with multilateral, commercial bank and private equity investor clients in India, China, South East Asia and Middle East.
Supriya has particular expertise in digital finance, public private partnership initiatives and platform economics in the context of smart cities. She has been involved in major transformations within banking & financial services, energy and transportation, as well as health and education sectors. She lives in Singapore. Supriya is happy to collaborate on projects in Asia and the Middle East