Study: Vaccinated Banning Unvaccinated Relatives From Holiday Gatherings

Sixty percent of vaccinated individuals say they are banning unvaccinated family members from seasonal festivities, according to study released Saturday by One Poll.

A slightly higher number, 63%, said they are not comfortable having unvaccinated relatives at their parties.

Some 14% of those surveyed said they would never get the vaccine because of concerns about its safety and side effects.

Almost half of the unvaccinated respondents, 49%, said they are no longer communicating with family members who won’t understand their hesitancy and unwillingness to get the shot, with 22% of those saying they have already been banned from family gatherings.

The study of 1,000 Americans conducted by One Poll on Nov. 2 also showed that 16% of those surveyed ended three or more friendships during the pandemic, starting in March 2020. – READ MORE

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