Nearly 40% of healthcare workers say it's 'not likely' they will get a coronavirus vaccine because they are afraid the jabs were developed too quickly to be safe | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Nearly 40% of healthcare workers say it's 'not likely' they will get a coronavirus vaccine because they are afraid the jabs were developed too quickly to be safe

Even though healthcare workers are expected to be the first group to receive the coronavirus vaccine, some are wary about doing so.

A recent survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), conducted in September, found that nearly 40 percent are 'not likely' to get the jab once it is approved.

Shared at the meeting of its vaccine advisory committee on November 23, the poll found only 21 percent who said they were 'absolutely certain' to be immunized.

The remaining 42 percent said they were 'very' or 'somewhat' likely.

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