While slightly more than half of respondents expressed concern that the vaccine is being developed in “a hurry and at a record pace”. More than 40 percent of respondents believe that the vaccine is more dangerous than the disease itself. The majority of respondents who participated in the survey (4428 adult U.S. citizens) held in the period from 13 to 19 may, stated that they will influence the management of Management on control over products and medicines of the USA or the results of large-scale scientific studies showing that the vaccine is actually safe and not harmful to health.

About 36 percent of respondents said they would be willing to take the vaccine, if the President of the United States Donald trump said she is safe and will not have side effects. Some experts in this regard expressed the view that the focus of the White house at the speed of vaccine development can cause Americans much more worried about the fact that safety was sacrificed for speed. In addition, respondents were confused by the fact that the avalanche of misinformation about an already created vaccines has become very popular in social networks during a pandemic. “It is not surprising that a significant portion of Americans is not going to take the vaccine because of the terrible flood of messages about it,” said Peter Hotez, Dean, National school of tropical medicine at the medical College of Baylor in the laboratory which developed the vaccine.

while experts in the field of health say that the vaccine to prevent infection is necessary in order to return citizens of the United States to their normal lives, the survey indicates a potential problem of trust in the administration of the tramp, which already is criticized because of its often contradictory recommendations for maintaining safety during a pandemic. In particular, by this the respondents mean regular is trump during his daily briefings as a “panacea COVID-19” funds from malaria hydroxychloroquine, which is called the questionable medicine for the prevention of coronavirus.

In General, less than two thirds of respondents stated that they were “very” or “somewhat” interested in the vaccine. “It’s a little lower than I thought, despite all the attention in the country for the COVID-19. I was expecting to see the figure of support of the vaccine at about 75 percent,” – said, commenting on the results of the survey, Dr. William Shaffner, an expert on infectious diseases and vaccines at the medical center of Vanderbilt University.

Studies on the development of vaccines in the US are at an accelerated pace, however, experts estimate that at least 70 percent of Americans will still be able to obtain immunity against coronavirus via the vaccine. Trump promised the citizens ��to proizvesti the vaccine by the end of the year, though her development, safety testing, and finally production itself usually takes from 10 months. Many experts believe that fully tested, approved by the governments of the vaccine will be available in the States and in the world, only by mid-2021.

currently, according to Reuters, the world’s developed more than 100 vaccines COVID-19, including some already in clinical trials on humans. At the beginning of the week, the U.S. biotech company, Moderna announced a “potentially promising” preliminary results from the eight people infected with the coronavirus, who take part in trials of the developed drug from COVID-19.