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70% of US Infectious Disease Doctors Support Two-Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine for All Recipients, as Prescriber Trust in Vaccine Rises, Says New InCrowd Data; Prescriber hesitancy on COVID-19 vaccine eases with 78% reporting a willingness to prescribe, as tr

Feb 24, 2021 - Business Wire
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As US healthcare experts debate the merits of administering two COVID-19 vaccine doses first to fewer recipients, or one dose first to many, new data show that 70% of US infectious disease (ID) physicians agree with the vaccine dosing guidelines that states should vaccinate fewer people with both doses of the approved, two-dose vaccines. The remaining 30% of doctors would prefer vaccinating as many people as possible with one dose as a priority.

In a marked change, 78% percent of ID doctor...