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Title: COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and attitudes among lebanese adults
Authors: Khairddine, H.
Supervisor: Mamontova, T. V.
Мамонтова, Тетяна Василівна
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Полтавський державний медичний університет
Citation: Khairddine H. COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and attitudes among lebanese adults / H. Khairddine ; scientific adviser : T. V. Mamontova // IMEDSCOP 2022 : abstract book of 3rd International Medical Students Conference in Poltava of Poltava State Medical University, Poltava, 6-th of October 2022. – Poltava, 2022. – P. 86.
Abstract: lebanon ranks 18th among all Asian countries in terms of prevalence (n=808,612) and mortality (9,353). Analysis of trends in daily new cases and mortalities of COVID-19 in Lebanon revealed 5 peaks death rates: the 1st on November 2020, the 2nd on January 2021, the 3rd on March 2021, 4th on August 2021 and the 5th on January 2022. Among the 76 Lebanese participants the majority being females (68,42%) and the rest were males (31,58%). 15,8% were willing to receive and 67,1% have already received a COVID-19 vaccine. In total, 59,2% of the participants agree on the need for vaccination against COVID-19. The main reasons why adults are still not vaccinated are fear for life, distrust of the vaccine's effectiveness and safety. In addition, 43.2% of responders trust the effectiveness of vaccines while 18.4% consider vaccines to be very effective and safe. 43.2% of vaccinated responders noted that they were able to choose the type of vaccine by their own but 14.5% encountered problems during vaccination
Keywords: Covid-19
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