Ipsos ballot finds that four out of 10 French residents would refuse corona vaccination if it had been accessible


A brand new Ipsos ballot has discovered that four out 10 French residents would refuse a COVID-19 vaccination if it had been accessible.

According to the survey, which included nearly 20,000 individuals from 27 international locations, 74% say they’d get a vaccine for COVID-19 if it had been accessible. 59% of them don’t anticipate this shall be an choice earlier than the top of this yr.

26% say wouldn’t get a vaccine. The commonest cause is fear about unwanted effects (56%) adopted by doubt about its effectiveness (29%).

The international locations the place Covid-19 vaccination intent is highest are: China (97%), Brazil (88%), Australia (88%), and India (87%).

The ballot confirmed that individuals in France had been a number of the most resistant in Europe to being vaccinated towards Covid-19 (59% wouldn’t get a vaccine). They are adopted by these in Russia (54%), Poland (56%) and Hungary (56%).

Last Thursday, France registered a report 10,593 new coronavirus circumstances through the previous 24 hours, in response to well being ministry information. It is the nation’s highest single-day rely because the pandemic started.

The variety of individuals being handled in hospital for the virus rose by 25 to five,844, the 19th consecutive every day improve.