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Almost 60% would get vaccinated in latest poll

By: J.S., STA

A public opinion poll commissioned by the commercial broadcaster POP TV shows that almost 60% of the respondents would probably or very probably get vaccinated against Covid-19, which is three times more than last October.

In the poll involving 501 people and conducted by the pollster Mediana, almost 60% of the respondents think that Covid-19 vaccination should be mandatory for employees in community health centres, hospitals and care homes. Almost 47% of the respondents support the idea to introduce a vaccination passport. Some 22% of the respondents who are against Covid-19 vaccination would get vaccinated if this would enable them to travel.

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