'Not ready': These Californians hesitant to take COVID-19 vaccine, despite surge

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Mina Perez, of Sacramento, could be among the millions of Californians to receive a vaccine this year to protect against a virus that has infected more than 2.4 million people in the state. But don’t expect her to roll up her sleeve anytime soon. “I’m just kind of hesitant,” Perez, 64, said. “I just don’t think there’s been enough time to analyze (the vaccine) and to find out the effects of it.” Her worries point to Gov. Gavin Newsom administration’s particular challenge in persuading Latino Californians, including health care workers, to take the coronavirus vaccine, a st…

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