Understanding Covid-19 misinformation and vaccine hesitancy in context in context: Findings from a qualitative study involving citizens in Bradford, UK

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References: Lockyer, B, Islam, S, Rahman, A, et al; the Bradford Institute for Health Research Covid-19 Scientific Advisory Group. Understanding COVID-19 misinformation and vaccine hesitancy in context: Findings from a qualitative study involving citizens in Bradford, UK. Health Expect. 2021; 24: 1158–1167. https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.13240

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Bridget Lockyer, Shahid Islam, Aamnah Rahman, Josie Dickerson, Kate Pickett, Trevor Sheldon, John Wright, Rosemary McEachan and Laura Sheard on behalf of the Bradford Institute for Health Research Covid-19 Scientific Advisory Group

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