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Poles don’t want COVID-19 vaccines from Russia, China: survey

08.03.2021 07:00
Most Poles do not want their government to buy COVID-19 vaccines from either Russia or China, a survey has found.
A COVID-19 vaccine produced by Chinese company Sinopharm.
A COVID-19 vaccine produced by Chinese company Sinopharm.Photo: EPA/MARTON MONUS

Eighty-one percent of those polled said the Polish government should not buy a vaccine from Russia, according to a study by the Pollster Research Institute commissioned by the Super Express tabloid.

Meanwhile, 74 percent of respondents opposed the idea of the government buying a Chinese vaccine, Super Express reported.

The survey was conducted on March 3 and 4 on a sample of 1,033 adult Poles.

Polish President Andrzej Duda has talked to China’s leader Xi Jinping about a possible purchase of a Chinese COVID-19 vaccine, a top aide said last Monday.

Europe's medicines regulator said last week it had started a rolling review of Russia's Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine, paving the way for the potential approval of the shot across the 27-nation bloc, the Reuters news agency reported.

(gs/pk)

Source: PAPse.pl