Vaccinations

Inside the White Rose: the extremist groups looking to capitalise on Covid paranoia

Seizing on people's pandemic fears, extremist groups are trying to radicalise White Rose members with health misinformation, holocaust denial, and white supremacist propaganda

Young people in Singapore may be vaccine hesitant, but we’ll get vaccinated to protect others

Listening to the concerns of risk-averse young Singaporeans can help ease hesitancy about the Covid-19 vaccine, and increase eventual take-up

If we’re going to convince the vaccine hesitant, we need to tackle conspiratorial thinking

Anti-vaxxers had a head start when it comes to winning the hearts and minds of the Covid vaccine hesitant - it's time for the rest of us to catch them up

Our guide to the pseudoscience promoters aiming to be the next mayor of London

From a former faith healer, to a climate change denier, to the man who premiered Plandemic - the conspiracy-minded voter is spoilt for choice in the London mayoral election

Encouraging patients to question their vaccine eligibility will cause more harm than good

As the vaccine rollout continues at pace, it's vital that messaging to patients remains clear: if you're invited for a vaccine, please take it

I’ll get the Covid vaccine – here’s why I’m telling you, and why you should tell everyone too

We can all play an active role in helping achieve Covid-19 vaccination coverage by limiting the spread of misplaced vaccine fear.

Anti-vaxxers are dangerously wrong, but we should be wary of writing them off as stupid or selfish

If we want to be effective in countering anti-vaxxers, we need to understand their arguments, and why people believe them.

The COVID-19 vaccines are a sign for cautious optimism – but it is still early days

Three COVID-19 Vaccines have shown some very promising results, and we should rightly feel optimistic, but we aren't at the finish line yet

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