All Things Considered: How Some Staten Islanders Are Overcoming Vaccine Hesitancy

Most barriers to accessing COVID-19 vaccines in New York City have come down, even on Staten Island, where there’s no public hospital, and it took months of advocacy to open a city-run hub on the South Shore. But ongoing reluctance to get the shots has emerged as a key hurdle that New York, and the country as a whole, must overcome to control the pandemic. Caroline Lewis discusses what's holding some people back--and what can change their minds.
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