We're back with Season 2 of the #PERISCOPEMonthlyTalks. In this first episode, we discussed COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy across Europe.
To shed some light on this complex topic, Prof. Janina Steinert from the Technical University of Munich, together with fellow researchers, conducted a study on vaccine hesitancy. She's joining us today in our podcast episode to discuss the results of their research.
Vaccination is a highly effective public health tool that has considerably reduced the global burden of infectious diseases. In the context of the COVID-19, vaccines have proved to be a successful tool to help fight the pandemic, saving numerous human lives. However, even though the COVID-19 vaccine has immense economical and public health benefits, it was it was reluctantly received in some European countries.
Listen the podcast episode here!