Why White Evangelicals Are Choosing Not To Get Vaccinated

Experts say white Evangelicals’ instilled doubt in science poses a barrier toward herd immunity.

Johnson & Johnson will oversee all aspects of vaccine production at the Emergent BioSolutions facility in Baltimore. The Biden administration and the Department of Health and Human Services facilitated the change in management.
Johnson & Johnson will oversee all aspects of vaccine production at the Emergent BioSolutions facility in Baltimore. The Biden administration and the Department of Health and Human Services facilitated the change in management.
Johnson & Johnson will oversee all aspects of vaccine production at the Emergent BioSolutions facility in Baltimore. The Biden administration and the Department of Health and Human Services facilitated the change in management.
Johnson & Johnson will oversee all aspects of vaccine production at the Emergent BioSolutions facility in Baltimore. The Biden administration and the Department of Health and Human Services facilitated the change in management.

Why White Evangelicals Are Choosing Not To Get Vaccinated

Experts say white Evangelicals’ instilled doubt in science poses a barrier toward herd immunity.

As more and more Americans become eligible to get the vaccine, one community is choosing to ignore this new status quo: white Evangelicals. Many are voicing their opposition and hesitancy toward the COVID-19 vaccine.

Reset brings on a faith reporter and a local evangelical community leader for more on this issue.

GUESTS: Elizabeth Dias, New York Times faith and politics reporter

Kent Annan, co-director of humanitarian and disaster leadership at Wheaton College