Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination has increased in Ireland and the UK during the pandemic. / Hyland, Philip; Vallières, Frédérique; Shevlin, Mark; Bentall, Richard; McKay, Ryan; Hartman, Todd K; McBride, Orla; Murphy, Jamie.

In: Public Health, Vol. 195, 06.2021, p. 54-56.

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Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination has increased in Ireland and the UK during the pandemic. / Hyland, Philip; Vallières, Frédérique; Shevlin, Mark; Bentall, Richard; McKay, Ryan; Hartman, Todd K; McBride, Orla; Murphy, Jamie.

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Hyland, P, Vallières, F, Shevlin, M, Bentall, R, McKay, R, Hartman, TK, McBride, O & Murphy, J 2021, 'Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination has increased in Ireland and the UK during the pandemic', Public Health, vol. 195, pp. 54-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2021.04.009

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Hyland, P., Vallières, F., Shevlin, M., Bentall, R., McKay, R., Hartman, T. K., McBride, O., & Murphy, J. (2021). Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination has increased in Ireland and the UK during the pandemic. Public Health, 195, 54-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2021.04.009

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Hyland P, Vallières F, Shevlin M, Bentall R, McKay R, Hartman TK et al. Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination has increased in Ireland and the UK during the pandemic. Public Health. 2021 Jun;195:54-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2021.04.009

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Hyland, Philip ; Vallières, Frédérique ; Shevlin, Mark ; Bentall, Richard ; McKay, Ryan ; Hartman, Todd K ; McBride, Orla ; Murphy, Jamie. / Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination has increased in Ireland and the UK during the pandemic. In: Public Health. 2021 ; Vol. 195. pp. 54-56.

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title = "Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination has increased in Ireland and the UK during the pandemic",
abstract = "ObjectivesHesitance and resistance to COVID-19 vaccination poses a serious challenge to achieving adequate vaccine uptake in the general population. Cross-sectional data from the early months of the pandemic indicates that approximately one-third of adults in multiple nations are hesitant or resistant to a vaccine for COVID-19. Using longitudinal data, we tracked changes in attitudes to COVID-19 vaccination during the pandemic.Study DesignA quantitative, longitudinal design.MethodNationally representative samples of the adult general population of the Republic of Ireland (N = 1,041) and the United Kingdom (N = 2,025) were assessed for their attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccination at three points from March to August 2020.ResultsStatistically significant increases in resistance to COVID-19 vaccination were observed in Irish (from 9.5% to 18.1%) and British (6.2% to 10%) adults.ConclusionResistance to vaccination has significantly increased in two European nations as the pandemic has progressed. Growing resistance to COVID-19 vaccination will pose a challenge to public health officials responsible for ensuring sufficient vaccine coverage.KeywordsCOVID-19 vaccinevaccine resistancevaccine hesitance",
author = "Philip Hyland and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}rique Valli{\`e}res and Mark Shevlin and Richard Bentall and Ryan McKay and Hartman, {Todd K} and Orla McBride and Jamie Murphy",
year = "2021",
month = jun,
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T1 - Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination has increased in Ireland and the UK during the pandemic

AU - Hyland, Philip

AU - Vallières, Frédérique

AU - Shevlin, Mark

AU - Bentall, Richard

AU - McKay, Ryan

AU - Hartman, Todd K

AU - McBride, Orla

AU - Murphy, Jamie

PY - 2021/6

Y1 - 2021/6

N2 - ObjectivesHesitance and resistance to COVID-19 vaccination poses a serious challenge to achieving adequate vaccine uptake in the general population. Cross-sectional data from the early months of the pandemic indicates that approximately one-third of adults in multiple nations are hesitant or resistant to a vaccine for COVID-19. Using longitudinal data, we tracked changes in attitudes to COVID-19 vaccination during the pandemic.Study DesignA quantitative, longitudinal design.MethodNationally representative samples of the adult general population of the Republic of Ireland (N = 1,041) and the United Kingdom (N = 2,025) were assessed for their attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccination at three points from March to August 2020.ResultsStatistically significant increases in resistance to COVID-19 vaccination were observed in Irish (from 9.5% to 18.1%) and British (6.2% to 10%) adults.ConclusionResistance to vaccination has significantly increased in two European nations as the pandemic has progressed. Growing resistance to COVID-19 vaccination will pose a challenge to public health officials responsible for ensuring sufficient vaccine coverage.KeywordsCOVID-19 vaccinevaccine resistancevaccine hesitance

AB - ObjectivesHesitance and resistance to COVID-19 vaccination poses a serious challenge to achieving adequate vaccine uptake in the general population. Cross-sectional data from the early months of the pandemic indicates that approximately one-third of adults in multiple nations are hesitant or resistant to a vaccine for COVID-19. Using longitudinal data, we tracked changes in attitudes to COVID-19 vaccination during the pandemic.Study DesignA quantitative, longitudinal design.MethodNationally representative samples of the adult general population of the Republic of Ireland (N = 1,041) and the United Kingdom (N = 2,025) were assessed for their attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccination at three points from March to August 2020.ResultsStatistically significant increases in resistance to COVID-19 vaccination were observed in Irish (from 9.5% to 18.1%) and British (6.2% to 10%) adults.ConclusionResistance to vaccination has significantly increased in two European nations as the pandemic has progressed. Growing resistance to COVID-19 vaccination will pose a challenge to public health officials responsible for ensuring sufficient vaccine coverage.KeywordsCOVID-19 vaccinevaccine resistancevaccine hesitance

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