As vaccinations continue successfully across the U.S., a return to normalcy begins to look more realistic. However, many of those who have been vaccinated twice still fear the disease. Psychologist Ken Goodman of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America explains why people may continue to still fear new and salient risks even if they are small. Source by: Stringr
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