Just 24% of long-term care workers don’t plan to get vaccinated: survey

Long-term care providers’ goal of having 75% of workers vaccinated against COVID-19 before July could be in reach after a new survey revealed that only 24% of employees don’t plan on getting inoculated. 

The survey, released Tuesday by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Washington Post, is the latest partnership that examines the attitudes of frontline healthcare workers during the pandemic. More than 1,300 healthcare workers, including nursing home, assisted living and home healthcare employees, were surveyed.

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