More than 40% of Ukrainians do not want to be vaccinated against coronavirus
Less than half of Ukrainians (47%) agree to get themselves vaccinated against coronavirus, approved by the World Health Organization.
This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology.
Thus, the study showed the following results:
47% of those surveyed are ready to be vaccinated;
42% said they did not agree to do it;
11% were undecided about the decision.
Among those who refused the vaccine, 33% believe that the epidemic was invented, and the danger of coronavirus is exaggerated. Another 21% are sure that under the guise of coronavirus vaccination they can do something else.
Also, 20% of respondents said that the coronavirus vaccine cannot be tested so quickly, so it can be dangerous.
In addition, 18% of those surveyed believe that since a vaccine cannot be developed quickly, it will not protect against infection. 17% said they were generally against vaccines - because they harm more than they do good.