Unvaccinated Americans say the need for booster shots proves Covid vaccines don’t work, Kaiser survey shows

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A patient receives her booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine during an Oakland County Health Department vaccination clinic at the Southfield Pavilion on August 24, 2021 in Southfield, Michigan.Emily Elconin | Getty ImagesThe divide in attitudes on Covid-19 vaccines between people who've gotten or not gotten the shots hasn't changed with the introduction of booster shots. In fact, vaccinated people say the third dose approved by U.S. regulators last week shows that scientists are trying to make the shots more effective while 71% of unvaccinated Americans say it's proof the vaccines don't work, according to a survey released today by the Kaiser Family Foundation.Nearly 80% of vaccinated respondents see booster shots as a good sign."We have seen for sure that the vaccinated and unvaccinated have viewed the pandemic very differently," said Liz Hamel, the foundation's director of public opinion and survey research. "It's not really surprising to me that
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