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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst We don´t really mistrust vaccines (except for some small groups). But many mistrust the whole picture on this Pandemic. Good science is being mixed in the mind of many by politicians, greedy businesses, conspiracy theories, mismanagement, populism, etc. COVID19 is probably going to stay around humans as the flu or other seasonal virus. A growing minority is thinking that a vaccine now is probably not safe. We all are in the same ship, so we will see what will happen.