Long-term care staff now more accepting of vaccination: study

Employees within senior living and care facilities now say they are much more amenable to getting vaccinated for COVID-19 than they were in December, according to survey results collected by human capital management software company OnShift. 

The Cleveland-based firm found a 94% increase in willingness to take the vaccine this month, as well as a 41% decrease in plans to decline, compared with its initial survey in December. Fully 62% of respondents expressed their willingness to take the vaccine in the March survey, up from 32% in December.

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