Vaccine hesitancy is a complex global problem. It is defined by delay in acceptance or refusal of vaccines despite availability of vaccine services. Vaccine hesitancy is complex and context specific varying across place, time and vaccination. Vaccine hesitancy is influenced by several factors such as confidence, convenience and complacency. Hesitancy results from public debates around the ethical, medical issues related to vaccination. Vaccine hesitancy reducing the burden of infectious diseases. The invention of vaccination, and pre-dates the coining of the terms vaccine and vaccination by nearly 80 years. Vaccine hesitancy often results in disease outbreaks from vaccine-preventable diseases.
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