Poll: One in Three Brits Unlikely to Take Coronavirus Vaccine

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Over one-third of the British pub­lic say they are unlike­ly to take the Chi­nese coro­n­avirus vac­cine, a poll from Opini­um has found.
The poll found that 35 per cent of respon­dents are unlike­ly to take the jab once it becomes avail­able, with 48 per cent report­ing con­cerns about the safe­ty of the rushed vac­cine and 55 per cent fear­ful that it may have adverse side effects.

A fur­ther 47 per cent of those polled expressed doubts over whether the treat­ment will actu­al­ly be effec­tive in pre­vent­ing coro­n­avirus infec­tions, the left-wing Guardian reported.

The poll also found that the Labour Par­ty has tak­en a two-point lead over Prime Min­is­ter Boris Johnson’s Con­ser­v­a­tive Party.
The asso­ciate direc­tor at Opini­um said: “This sug­gests that any polit­i­cal ben­e­fit for the gov­ern­ment will like­ly instead come lat­er on, …


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