Americans who are worried about the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus report that they would get a booster shot at a higher rate (70%) than those who are less worried or not at all worried (42%).
For each group of respondents above, about a quarter report being unsure of their decision to get a booster shot, reflecting some of the public’s continued lack of confidence in the vaccine’s safety or necessity. Fifty-five percent of those who are unvaccinated report that FDA approval of the vaccine would not change their mind about opting out of vaccination, and 73% say that Delta has no impact on their decision, either.
“Public-health authorities have not recommended third ’booster’ vaccine shots yet,” says YouGov. However, some countries are already offering them, which has been a controversial decision, as many people still have yet to receive their first dose of the vaccine. “Pfizer says it will seek emergency use authorization from the FDA for a booster next month.”