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Table 2 Overall perceived effectiveness, acceptance, and determinants of COVID-19 vaccine uptake decision-making (n = 5260)

From: Hesitancy in COVID-19 vaccine uptake and its associated factors among the general adult population: a cross-sectional study in six Southeast Asian countries

  Number (%)
Agreed that vaccines are can effectively prevent and control COVID-19 4271 (81.2)
Would accept COVID-19 vaccines when available 4418 (84.0)
Believed that vaccination convenience is important for deciding whether to accept vaccines 3976 (75.6)
Believed that health providers’ advice is important for deciding whether to accept COVID-19 vaccines 4367 (83.0)
Believed that costs of the vaccines are important for deciding whether to accept COVID-19 vaccines 3303 (62.8)
No hesitancy in receiving COVID-19 vaccines 2592 (49.3)