Just under 60 percent of the U.S. is vaccinated against COVID-19. Of the adults that are unvaccinated, many are adamant that they will never get the shot. Others say they want to “wait and see” before making a decision. Soledad O’Brien talks to behavioral health expert Dr. Laura Murray. She’s a clinical psychologist and senior scientist at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. 

 

 

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