Why Psychologists need to be at the forefront of the COVID-19 Vaccination Effort

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This may sound pessimistic, but developing the COVID-19 vaccine is only one part of the larger fight against the pandemic. Even if we have a 100% effective vaccine, we still have to get people to take it. Without people on board, the vaccine could very well be sparkling water in a vial for all practical purposes.

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