Low Public Trust Could Hurt Vaccine Distribution In Minority Communities | MSNBC

Low Public Trust Could Hurt Vaccine Distribution In Minority Communities | MSNBC 1


Dr. Onyema Ogbuagu discusses low public trust and disinformation that could hurt the coronavirus vaccine distribution in minority communities. Aired on 12/22/2020.
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41 Comments on "Low Public Trust Could Hurt Vaccine Distribution In Minority Communities | MSNBC"

  1. Send that money so I can start flipping 😂😂😂

  2. What this will inevitably come down to for the so called “antivaxxers” is , no vaccination = no job.

  3. “It’s going to disappear. One day — it’s like a miracle — it will disappear. And from our shores, we — you know, it could get worse before it gets better. It could maybe go away. We’ll see what happens. Nobody really knows.

    President Trump
    (impeached, certified one-term LOSER!) February 27, 2020

  4. I got the first shot yesterday. I’m not playing.

  5. Buddy Mckimmey | December 22, 2020 at 2:44 PM | Reply

    Stimulus 2 billion over sea its sufficient

  6. Get down Or Lay Down | December 22, 2020 at 2:57 PM | Reply

    I won’t be taking the vaccine… don’t trust the rushed process and public pressure Trump put on the team of researchers and there’s not enough time to get real data… what are the long term side effects?

  7. Impeached loser bunker baby tRump | December 22, 2020 at 2:59 PM | Reply

    Santa, for Xmas all I ask is that you have Donald tRump locked up! Lock him up & throw away the key!

  8. Joe Biden already got his shot Isn’t that enough for everybody else to rush out and get one Specially since he panders to the black so much

  9. Buddy Mckimmey | December 22, 2020 at 3:02 PM | Reply

    Georgia state committee just released their report on the election
    Go check it out 🇺🇸

  10. I’m allergic to vaccines 💉. 🤷🏿‍♂️

  11. “Low Public Trust ” Who is responsible for that? WE THE PEOPLE HAVE TO HOLD THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTABLE!!!

  12. Good! There be enough for me and my family! The first chance we can, we’re taking it.

  13. -BREAKING! Huge Move to DECERTIFY Election Coming out of Georgia!!!

  14. Anne-Marie Vini | December 22, 2020 at 3:38 PM | Reply

    I’m pro vaccine – they have been the key to much of our longer lives and improved health … but I am skeptical of this vaccine based upon the rush and the lack of long term trials.. and there is, literally, nothing anyone can say that will remove that skepticism because science is not perfect (and has never claimed to be) and history has proven the importance of correct trials and length of trials in regards to vaccines. Frankly, it is science itself that demands long term trials etc to demonstrate the sufficient safety of a vaccine.. I do get that this is a hellish balancing act – a devastating illness made far worse in some countries by the lack of social responsibility of far too many of the population and their weak government… and an insufficiently trialed vaccine.

    • Jo-Erlend Schinstad | December 22, 2020 at 8:50 PM | Reply

      That’s true, but it’s also important to remember that one of the most important reasons why this process has been so much faster, is simply immediate access to finance. They’ve also had overlapping phases of trials, which speeds things up a great deal as well. But yes, if you’re able to commit to social isolation for the next year or so, taking the vaccine isn’t important and it’s actually better to let others who doesn’t have the choice get ahead in line.

    • Anne-Marie Vini | December 22, 2020 at 9:01 PM | Reply

      @Jo-Erlend Schinstad Fortunately I live in a country that has largely got control of the virus and only small pockets need to be addressed as they turn up. Government with a backbone and citizens that, for the most part, respect social responsibility. I’m more than happy to let others go first on this one if they so choose.. for me.. I’ll wait. tia

  15. BostonBruins 88 | December 22, 2020 at 4:44 PM | Reply

    Trump is the best president in modern day history.

  16. Why dont you trust them?
    Maybe it should be mandatory.
    For safety.

    • Mandatory? Ah hades to the nah! 115,000 hospitalizations, 330,000 deaths out of a nation of 334 million. 7.8 BILLION ppl in the world 1.5 million deaths worldwide now tell me again why this should be mandatory and this virus is a year old. Stop just stop🙄.

    • @Tea Nelson
      Ask Joe

  17. Nobody has forgotten Tuskegee and with that said whoever wants my dose can have it. I’ll pass🤷🏾‍♀️.

    • Tuskegee was a totally different matter, given that the subjects already had syphilis, but they were never given the true vaccine to cure them.

    • The difference with the Tuskegee Experiment it was only given to the blacks, this vaccine everybody getting the same vaccine. No the history before you talk about

  18. New covid mutation please cover it has 70 percent more contagious…..

  19. Diana Hulstine | December 22, 2020 at 5:51 PM | Reply

    I won’t take Moderna vaccine!

  20. trump has done a good job of telling so many lies that the American people have become justified in their cynical point of view. The vaccination program will only become successful after the vaccines are separated from the trump administration. Make the marketing link between the vaccines and scientists and people admired and respected within the community. Then they will move in their own self-interest to save themselves and their families.

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