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The internet provides mixed messages about the COVID-19 vaccine. Here are some facts to alleviate any hesitancy about getting vaccinated.

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The internet provides mixed messages about the COVID-19 vaccine, with opinions, fears, or conspiracy theories clashing with actual science. It’s no wonder a lot of people are confused about what’s real, what’s to be trusted, and most importantly what to do. Here are some facts to alleviate any hesitancy about getting vaccinated.
Myth:
The vaccine development was rushed.
No and yes.
When a vaccine goes into development, it costs exorbitant amounts of money, time, and resources to create. There are…

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