This report is based on the responses of 157 people to an online survey we carried out earlier during February and March this year.
The survey asked participants their thoughts about getting the Covid-19 vaccine and their thoughts about the information provided about the vaccine.

By Healthwatch Halton

The findings show that the majority of people are positive about the Covid-19 vaccine and want to have it when they are offered it. The main reasons for this are to protect their friends and family, vulnerable people, and themselves from the Covid-19 virus.
The findings also showed that people have concerns about the consistency of information that is given through the various NHS sources and feel that some GP practices may not have the most recent information about the vaccine.

Covid-19 vaccine attitudes report Download File (pdf 768.28 KB)

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