73 PERCENT OF ADULTS ACROSS GLOBE WILLING TO GET A COVID-19 VACCINE IF AVAILABLE

Highlights
• According to a survey conducted by World Economic Forum/Ipsos global in the month of October, vaccine hesitancy among adults across the globe is increasing
• 18,526 adults from 15 countries were surveyed by the WEF and Ipsos to understand more about their perception in terms of a coronavirus vaccine
• Similar kind of survey was conducted by WEF and Ipsos three month back. In that survey, 77 percent of adults were willing to take a shot of COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available
According to a survey conducted by World Economic Forum/Ipsos global in the month of October, vaccine hesitancy among adults across the globe is increasing.
18,526 adults from 15 countries were surveyed by the WEF and Ipsos to understand more about their perception in terms of a coronavirus vaccine. As per the survey, 73 percent of adults across the globe said they intend to get a COVID-19 vaccine if available.
Similar kind of survey was conducted by WEF and Ipsos three month back. In that survey, 77 percent of adults were willing to take a shot of COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
According to the survey, four out of five people in India, China, South Korea and Brazil have said that they would get a vaccine if available as compared to more than half in France and about two on three in the U.S., Spain, Italy, South Africa, Germany and Japan.

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