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Most Adults Wary of Taking Any Vaccine Approved Before the Election

[caption id="attachment_1171122" align="aligncenter" width="1984"] (KFF)[/caption] [partner-box]The public is deeply skeptical about any coronavirus vaccine approved before the November election, and only 42% would be willing to get a vaccine in that scenario, according to a new poll. The results of the poll by KFF reveal widespread concern that the Trump administration will bring pressure on drug regulators to approve a vaccine before the election without ensuring it is safe and effective. (KHN is an editorially independent program of KFF.) Six of 10 adults said they were worried the Food and Drug Administration will rush to allow a vaccine because of political pressure. The concern is h...

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