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Around half of those surveyed said they would feel unsafe taking either of the jabs, according to new polling for the New Statesman.
The New Statesman is tracking the latest Covid-19 data on cases, hospitalisations and vaccinations
We know that outdoor transmission is essentially non-existent, so why are images of people distancing in beer gardens met with sneering online?
Use the New Statesman's trackers to monitor the state of the global effort to vaccinate the world against Covid-19.
Injecting a mysterious substance into the body feels unsettling, and this feeling can’t be effectively countered with smug, technocratic messaging.
Lax lockdowns, a slow vaccine roll-out and the spread of a new Covid variant have resulted in the highest number of daily deaths in the world.
Despite fears over anti-vaxx conspiracies, public confidence has remained strong. But can the government take credit for the lack of hesitancy?
No one gives a second thought to the dangers of driving to a vaccination centre, yet that is a far more significant risk than blood clots.
Ministers have said that the vaccine is safe at all ages and that the decision was driven by "an abundance of caution".
Revealing complex information live is likely to go wrong.
Concerns about privacy and discrimination are valid, but what if the choice is between Covid certificates or more lockdowns?