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Less Than Half of Americans Say They Would Get Covid-19 Vaccine if You PAID Them $100 to Take It

Mediaite Tuesday, 29 September 2020
Less Than Half of Americans Say They Would Get Covid-19 Vaccine if You PAID Them $100 to Take ItMounting skepticism around a potential COVID-19 vaccine was vividly illustrated when far fewer than half of Americans said they'd be likely to get a coronavirus vaccine if they were paid $100 to do so, according to an Axios poll.
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