Why are people hesitant around the coronavirus vaccine?

ended 06. May 2021

At 09:30 this morning - DEADLINE IS TIGHT - the Office for National Statistics is publishing a report entitled Coronavirus and vaccine hesitancy.

We're looking for a few quick thoughts on why some people are worried about having the vaccine.

Fear of blood clots or adverse physical reactions will be one reason but equally conspiracy theories abound on the internet.

Why might someone be hesitant to be vaccinated in your opinion?

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People are wondering if they can trust a government that says one thing and does another. Why would the vaccine be any different? Is there another agenda?