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Poll: Little difference in vaccine hesitancy among Black and White Marylanders

March 8, 2021

A new poll finds little difference in reluctance to take the coronavirus virus among Black and White Marylanders, even though Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has blamed the lagging vaccine rates among Black residents on hesitancy. A Goucher College poll found that 36 percent of Black residents and 31 percent of White residents said they either planned to wait and see how the vaccine worked before getting it, would only get it if they were required to or had no plans of taking the shot.

Article Source: Washington Post

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