Pew: 48% of US Adults Get at Least Some Covid-19 Vaccine News From Social Platforms

Younger Americans are more likely to get updates on social

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Nearly one-half of U.S. adults responding to a recent study by Pew Research Center said they get at least some news on Covid-19 vaccines from social networking platforms, but just 6% considered those platforms to be the most important way to get such news.

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