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Half of Russians (50 percent) would not have to be vaccinated against coronavirus, it follows from the survey conducted by the public opinion Foundation (FOM). The survey results are published on the website of the organization.
Another 44 percent of respondents said that they would like to be vaccinated against coronavirus. 6 percent were undecided. The most positively to inoculation from COVID-19 reacted with the Russians over 60. 56 percent of respondents in this group would agree to the vaccine, 35 — no. The least interest for vaccination against coronavirus showed the Russians at the age from 31 to 45 years. Of them wanted to get vaccinated, only 32 per cent, 64 per cent opposed.
Those who refused vaccination, stated that they would not have to do it because of doubts about the quality of the drug (10 percent). Some are confident in their health and are convinced that the vaccine they do not need (9 percent). Another 9 percent of respondents said the epidemic of coronavirus invented and stated that there is no threat.
However, the Russians believe that the Russian vaccine will be of good quality. So said 48 percent of respondents. Another 31 percent were undecided. Choosing between the Russian vaccine and the foreign vaccine production, the vast majority of respondents (60 percent) would choose Russian.
According to the latest data, from the beginning of the epidemic in Russia recorded 620 794 cases of infection with coronavirus. More than half of the cases (384 152) recovered, 8781 people have died. For the last day completely cured 8988 people newly infected with 6800. Another 176 patients with the coronavirus had died.
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