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Title: A study of factors that influence people accept or refuse COVID-19 vaccination.
Authors: Bencharat Wangyingcharoen
Keywords: General Management
COVID-19 vaccine
The Health Belief Model
Issue Date: 11-Sep-2021
Publisher: Mahidol University
Abstract: In the pandemic situation of the SARS-CoV-2 virus or COVID-19 that still makes an uncertain situation to the world even though the COVID-19 vaccines had been invented and developed in this time. However, the process for stopping the pandemic situation is still so far because of the limited knowledge about COVID-19. The vaccination is one of the invention that we expect to incur herd immunity for stopping the pandemic so, this research wants to find the factors that influence people decide to COVID-19 vaccination or not align to the Health Belief Model for helping the accomplice more understanding about behavior and create effective communication for increase number of people who want to get vaccine. This research study uses a qualitative method by interviewing 10 respondents divided in 2 groups: acceptance and refusal to get COVID-19 vaccine. The questionnaires created align to the Health Belief Model. The result of the study quite aligns with the theory that people who accept the vaccination tend to perceive susceptibility and benefits while people who refuse it tend to perceive barriers. This study found other factors that affect to get the COVID-19 vaccines were “want to go abroad” and “intimate people got vaccine”.
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