LGBTQ Vaccine Hesitancy Could Be Disastrous For America

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The CDC Decision To Pause The J&J Vaccine Could Have Dramatically More Negative Effects On The LGBTQ Community Beyond Availability Of Vaccine.  The Vaccine Has Been Paused Because Of A Blood Clot Reported In 6 Cases, All Woman.  This Is Out Of More Than 7 Million J&J Vaccinations. The Blood Clot Is Treatable. In The Last 24 Hours One Of The Top Google Searches In The World Relates To A Single Term, Vaccine Hesitancy.  Today A New Statement In The American Medical Community Suggests That The Fear The Johnson & Johnson News Will Have Is Extremely Serious. Medical Professionals Sounded An Alarm That Vaccine Hesitancy Could Seriously Threaten Efforts To Stop The Pandemic Because Of Increased Possibilities Of Mutations Of The Virus That Would Not Be Prevented By Current Vaccines.  The Medical Community Blames Vaccine Hesitancy On The Controversy, Misinformation, A Lack Of Confidence Surrounding Vaccine Trial Data, Anxiety About Vaccine Safety And Historical Mistrust Of The Medical Establishment Due To Current Or Past Negative Treatment. The Report Interestingly Pointed Out The Important Differences Between People Who Are Vaccine Hesitant Verses People Who Are Anti-Vaccine. Anti-Vaxxers Are Activists Who Deliberately Spread Misinformation. The Report Concluded That Vaccine Hesitancy Could Cripple Global Efforts To Stop The Pandemic. New Polls, Before The J&J News Showed There Was A 56.9% Average Acceptance Rate In The United States. Medical Professionals Top Recommendation To Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy Is Education And Compassion To Feelings To Overcome Objections And Fear.

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