26 million Americans definitely do not want to be vaccinatedAugust 21, 2021
Despite the growing number of Covid-19 cases in the United States, there are still many citizens who are hesitant to get vaccinated.
According to the latest survey conducted by the US Census Bureau, 25.9 million Americans, or 10.4 percent of adults, say they will definitely or almost certainly not agree to vaccination, USA Today reported today.
An estimated 16.3 million Americans (6.5 percent of the adult population) do not believe in vaccines, and seven million (2.8 percent) do not think Covid-19 is a major threat to their health.
Another 13.8 million Americans, or 5.5 percent of adults, are not vaccinated because they say they do not trust the government.
To date, 169,592,873 Americans, or 51.1 percent of the population, have been fully immunized, whether it be two doses of mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Modern) or one dose (Johnson & Johnson), according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. Disease and Prevention (CDC).