With two COVID-19 vaccines now in the final stages of approval for use in the United States, more Americans say they are willing to be immunized against the disease, according to a new Gallup poll released Tuesday.
In the latest survey, 63% said they would take it if it was "available right now at no cost."
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The public's willingness to receive an FDA approved COVID-19 vaccination has nearly rebounded to the previous high of 66% after hitting a 50% low point in September, according to Gallup.
The online Gallup survey was conducted from Nov. 16-29 after Pfizer and BioNTech announced their vaccine was more than 90% effective in Phase 3 clinical trials. Since then, Moderna has made a similar announcement.
Both companies are still waiting for emergency FDA approval.
If it's granted, the first shots could be given before the end of the year.
Growing number of Americans willing to take COVID-19 vaccine, poll shows