Perceptions on 2020 Vaccines Against Influenza and COVID-19

As the peak of the 2020-2021 flu season approaches in the US, InCrowd wanted to understand the perceptions and expectations of HCPs on patient and facility response to both the flu vaccine and the COVID-19 vaccine, and how both of these coinciding viruses will influence one another through the rest of 2020 and 2021.

* Please note, views in this survey reflect opinions only as reported by responding physicians.


  • Method:
    • 6-Minute MicroSurvey via InCrowd
  • Crowds:
    • Healthcare Practitioners (HCPs) that administer the flu vaccine
  • Sample Size:
    • n = 334
      • Office-based, hospital, and retail
  • Fielding Period:
    • December 2nd – 8th

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