Faced with the risks of contagion of Coronavirus, 49% of the population believes that all persons should be forced even if they do not want to do so, while 32.6 percent only sees it necessary to be forced to health personnel, staff Of the residences of seniors, and those who have direct professional relationships with the general public.
One in four is against us forcing anyone to vaccinate, while 23% doubt whether it must be mandatory and is shown in favor of binding according to the case, according to the barometer the Sociological Research Center (CIS), which has Posted this Friday the results of October, held between 1 to 13 this month to 3,660 people, sample.
Of the total of respondents, 95% said he was vaccinated, while 5% had not yet done so. Of the latter, considering that it should have been immunized since all are over 18, 28% stated that it would be vaccinated upon arrival, while 56.4% denied that it will do it; While a 2.2 will do it when you have guarantees and a 1.8 when your doctor advises it.
The first reason not to be vaccinated continues to be that you do not trust these vaccines - 34% of those who do not think about vaccining gave this response. It is followed by fear to have risks to health and side effects or collateral (19.5%), and that they are not believed to be effective (5.9%).Updated Date: 16 October 2021, 02:50