April 16, 2021
Health News

As vaccine arrives in Alabama, healthcare workers divided on whether to take it – AL.com

Healthcare workers are at the front of the line to get the COVID-19 vaccine, as Alabama plans to give the injections as early as next week.
But even among medical workers, some say they wont take it.
I will probably observe for a while before I jump on board, said Rebecca Willis, a nursing professor at Jefferson State Community College in Birmingham, noting that the vaccine companies have not had time to test long-term effects.
Willis is far from alone. According to the CDC, just 63 percent of healthcare…

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