New report finds 25% of Missouri adults say they won't get a coronavirus vaccine
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ST. LOUIS — One-quarter of adult Missourians say they would not get a coronavirus vaccine at any point, according to results of a national survey released Friday. The findings from collaborators at four universities, including Northeastern and Harvard, place Missouri's level of vaccine resistance above the national average of 21%, and near the middle of the pack, compared to other states. Massachusetts had the smallest share of respondents opposed to a coronavirus vaccine, at 9%, while Oklahoma and North Dakota tied for the greatest portion of residents who said they would not get the vaccinat...