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Three-quarters of Poles want to get vaccinated for COVID-19: survey

09.02.2021 10:45
Almost three-quarters of Poles, or 74.8 percent, want to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, a new survey has found.
A health worker prepares a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for administering to a patient.
A health worker prepares a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for administering to a patient.Photo: PAP/EPA/CRISTOBAL HERRERA-ULASHKEVICH

Meanwhile, 17.2 percent have no such plans, according to the study by pollster United Surveys.

Of this, 3 percent are strongly against the idea and 14.2 percent say they are unlikely to get a COVID-19 shot.

The remaining 8 percent are undecided, the study showed, according to a report by private broadcaster RMF FM.

The survey, commissioned by the broadcaster and Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily, was conducted on February 5 on a sample of 1,000 respondents using the computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) method, the rmf24.pl website reported.

In a previous study by the same researcher a few weeks earlier, the number of those declaring they intended to receive a vaccine was seven percentage points lower, according to the rmf24.pl website.

Around 6,000 vaccination sites are available as Poland rolls out its COVID-19 inoculation campaign.

As of Tuesday, a total of 1,688,465 coronavirus vaccine shots had been administered nationwide, according to data released by officials.

Poland on Tuesday reported 4,029 new coronavirus infections and 227 more deaths, bringing its total number of cases during the pandemic to 1,556,685 and fatalities to 39,360.


Source: PAPrmf24.pl