COVID-19 | Concern over low vaccination rates

File: A healthcare worker preparing a Covid-19 vaccine. AFP/Christof Stache

JOHANNESBURG - Mark Tomlinson from Stellenbosch University's Psychology Department says vaccine hesitancy is not the problem, but access is.

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He believes financial constraints are an obstacle.

"I think that is a very important thing to say, it is not about rampant anti-vaccinations, I don't believe. It is about access and when you have so many struggles the that becomes a very difficult thing to do," he said.



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