Along with where you reside and whose political party you support, there’s another element that influences Vaccines attitudes: your income. According to a survey of over 2,000 parents, wealthy parents are more ready to their children aged 5 to 11. Last Monday, youngsters in this age range began receiving vaccinations. According to White House officials, roughly 900,000 children aged 5 to 11 are expected to have received their first dosage of the Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccines by the end of Wednesday, and about 700,000 appointments have been booked at pharmacies for the following days.
According to the report, 47 percent of parents with an annual income of $100,000 or more are willing to Vaccines their children. Thirty-seven percent of parents with an income between $75,000 and $99,000 said they were glad, while 34 percent of parents with an income under $50,000 said they were willing. Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on low-income areas in particular. According to CDC data, counties with a high percentage of poor residents had the highest cumulative death rates during the pandemic.
According to John Brownstein, co-founder of Outbreaks Near Me, Lower-income parents may have a more challenging difficulty having their children Vaccines. According to a poll done by the Kaiser Family Foundation last month, about half of parents with household incomes under $50,000 indicated they were extremely or somewhat concerned about taking time off work to take their child to get the Vaccines or recover from symptoms.