Covid vaccine hesitancy could be linked to childhood trauma, research finds
With almost 10% of UK population unvaccinated, Public Health Wales surveys effects of early harm
Refusal or reluctance to have a Covid-19 vaccine may be linked to traumatic events in childhood, such as parents separating, neglect, or physical, verbal and sexual abuse, new research suggests.
Those who suffer in childhood are also least likely to trust official NHS coronavirus information, follow the rules of restrictions or wear masks during the pandemic, public health experts found.
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