Rural community reflects Black American unease, challenges with COVID-19 vaccines - WFIN

nevodka/iStockBy KIARA BRANTLEY-JONES, ABC News

(TUSKEGEE, Ala.) — “If [the vaccine] came out today, I would not take it,” said Lonzo Bullie, a retired school principal who has called Tuskegee, Alabama, home for 26 years. “I’m still reluctant … because I do not have enough information on it.”

The two FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines are more than 95% effective at preventing symptomatic illness, and side effects reported are minor. The trials — which included more than…

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