Why you’re not going to be vaccinated with Covid-20

Two new studies from the U.S. suggest that people aren’t likely to get vaccinated with the coronavirus vaccine in the United States as they are in other parts of the world.

The new research, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that while most people who are currently infected with the virus will be vaccinated, people who have previously received the vaccine but are no longer infected and are not yet tested will not be vaccinated.

In contrast, the new studies, from the University of Arizona and Vanderbilt University, found those who were previously infected with Covd-19 will be at a higher risk of getting vaccinated with that vaccine, although that risk decreases with the number of people vaccinated and age.

The U.K. also announced Wednesday that it is pulling out of the United Nations World Health Organization’s (WHO) vaccination campaign, in part because of the lack of evidence that the vaccine is safe.

The United States, meanwhile, announced Wednesday it is also pulling out, citing concerns about Covid.

The vaccine has been on the market since 2007, and it is administered by shots in a nasal spray and mouthpiece.

The virus is spread through coughing, sneezing and drooling, which can lead to respiratory symptoms, like sore throat, fever and cough.