Two new papers from the Pandemic Pulse team!
The Pandemic Pulse team has two exciting new papers, published just this week in MedRXiv (pending journal confirmation), sharing findings from Round 1 (which was implemented in September 2020).
Paper 1: COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptability and Inequity in the United States: Results from a nationally representative survey
This paper represents data from September 2020. In today's webinar (register here!), we will share data from December 2020 that shows how vaccine hesitancy in white respondents decreased significantly while almost no change in Black and Latino/Hispanic respondents.
Paper 2: COVID-19 risk perceptions of social interaction and essential activities and inequity in the United States: Results from a nationally representative survey
This fascinating data shows us stark differences in the perceptions of risk by socioeconomic status, age, gender, and race/ethnicity across the United States. It suggests the importance multiple, targeted behavior change and communication strategies in our COVID-19 prevention efforts.