More than 60 Percent of Americans Don't Know Where or When to Get COVID-19 Vaccines
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- Six in 10 Americans don't know when or where to get a coronavirus vaccine, according to a survey released Friday from the Kaiser Family Foundation
- This comes shortly after president Joe Biden said his administration would start from scratch with a framework for vaccine distribution
- The report is based on surveys conducted from Jan. 11 - 18 with 1,563 adults. Half of the participants in the survey expressed frustration at the slow pace of the vaccine rollout
- Of the essential workers interviewed, the survey found that 55 percent said they had enough information about when to get a vaccine, but 55 percent said they did not have enough information about their eligibility for a vaccine
- However, in spite of the distribution issues so far, about two-thirds of those surveyed said they are optimistic about vaccinations in the US in the new administration