Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Albajali, Ali Marzook

Assessment of the willingness to Vaccinate Against COVID-19 Among Adult Saudi Population in Makkah AL-Mokarramah, 2021

Turki Mohammed Abdulqader Maghrabi1; Rani Omar A Alnabati1; Sondos abdelmalik aboukhashaba; Abeer ali alharbi; Khalid Mohammed A Alobaid; Hani Ahmed H Alharbi; Yahya Helal H Almalki; Ahmed Saeed Ahmed Almalk; Ali Marzook Albajali; ,Abdullah Faisal Ahmed Alhazmi; Ayman Mohammed H Aljabri; Balqassm Ahmaed Almalki; Yousef Ahmed Ali AlghamdI

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 3399-3415

Background: Vaccination against COVID-19 is the key to controlling the pandemic. Vaccines are a critical new tool in the battle against COVID-19 and it is hugely encouraging to see so many vaccines proving successful and going into development, vaccines save millions of lives each year. Vaccine hesitancy is a potential threat to global public health. Since there is a vaccine against the COVID-19 pandemic, much less is known about its acceptance in the community. It is important to understand the correlates of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the Saudi public and the reasons why individuals intend to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine. The COVID-19 vaccine is an effective measure to manage the pandemic as it prevents severe illness and death. Developing immunity through vaccination means there is a reduced risk of developing the illness and its consequences. This immunity helps you fight the virus if exposed.