The demographics of vaccine hesitancy in Shanghai, China

PLoS One
[Accessed 15 Dec 2018]

Research Article
The demographics of vaccine hesitancy in Shanghai, China
Vaccine hesitancy has been little studied in low- and middle-income countries but is a potential concern because vaccine refusal may increase the burden of infectious diseases and impede control efforts. The aim of this study was to compare vaccine hesitancy between locals, long-time city residents, and non-locals, who have more recently moved to the city from either other urban or rural areas, in Shanghai, China
Jia Ren, Abram L. Wagner, Anna Zheng, Xiaodong Sun, Matthew L. Boulton, Zhuoying Huang, Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher
Research Article | published 13 Dec 2018 PLOS ONE