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Individuals With Depression Are More Likely to Believe Vaccine Misinformation


A new study found that people who reported symptoms of moderate to severe depression were more likely to believe misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines and were less likely to have received them than those without depression. With high rates of depression reported during the global pandemic, this mental health disorder may be a risk factor for COVID-19 illness. Published in the Journal of the Medical Association Network Open, the study included data culled from surveys of more than 15,400 Americans. Click here to read more.

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