Vaccine Hesitancy May Drive Distribution Priorities For Early COVID-19 Supply
ACIP defers vote on who should be inoculated first until it has data on a specific product, but vaccine acceptance among different groups could be weighed as factor in setting distribution priorities, committee members suggest.
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