Queen could be called on to boost trust in Covid vaccine over fears Brits won’t accept jab

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  • October 17, 2020
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Queen could be called on to boost trust in Covid vaccine over fears Brits won’t accept jab

THE Queen could be called on to bolster trust in a coronavirus vaccine – amid fears Brits won’t accept a jab. A whopping one in five of us say we’re ‘unlikely’ to get vaccinated, even if one is approved by health watchdogs. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 6


THE Queen could be called on to bolster trust in a coronavirus vaccine – amid fears Brits won’t accept a jab.

A whopping one in five of us say we’re ‘unlikely’ to get vaccinated, even if one is approved by health watchdogs.

⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates

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The Queen could help reassure Brits concerned about the safety of a coronavirus vaccine, an expert has suggestedCredit: AFP and licensors
It comes as many suggest they wouldn't accept a virus vaccine - even if one was approved by health watchdogs

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It comes as many suggest they wouldn’t accept a virus vaccine – even if one was approved by health watchdogsCredit: Reuters

It comes as Russia’s fake news factories churn out false claims that the Oxford University Covid vaccine turns people into monkeys.

Memes, posters and videos depicting the British-made vaccine­ — set to be distributed by AstraZeneca— as dangerous have been posted online.

Now a Government adviser says ministers need to boost trust in a jab – and the Queen could support efforts.

Heidi Larson, an expert on vaccine misinformation, has been consulted by No10 over concerns that even if an effective vaccine is created, doubts over safety would stop enough people being inoculated to achieve herd immunity.

And the American academic…



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