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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, …