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Authors

  1. AL-Sagarat, Ahmad Yahya PhD, RN
  2. Al Hadid, Lourance A. PhD, RN, MSN
  3. Al Barmawi, Marwa PhD, RN
  4. Al-Khawaldeh, Omar PhD, RN

Abstract

Vaccines are effective measures that can mitigate the high burden of diseases. However, vaccine refusal poses serious challenges for achieving coverage for population immunity. With the availability of coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) vaccines, limited information is available about the university students' acceptability and attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccines. This article reports study findings regarding factors that influence university students' decision of acceptability to the COVID-19 vaccine in Jordan. Results highlight the continued need for clear and consistent information about the vaccine by health care decision-makers and university administrations.