A majority of Russians showed no interest to be vaccinated against Coronavirus. According to a brand-new survey indicated that only 42 percent of the country wants to be immunized with the homeland vaccine ‘Sputnik V’ formula which was launched last week.
According to a survey, 42 percent of respondents were in agreement and 52 percent were saying no. The survey was conducted by WCIOM, a Russian state-owned pollster.
Valery fedorov, head of WCIOM, “This is an interesting case for understanding the state of our society today, We want a guarantee we won’t get infected… nevertheless most do not plan to get vaccinated. Why? They are afraid and do not believe.”
According to Kirill Dmitriev, head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, the vaccine has garnered a lot of interest from abroad.
On August 11, the day the solution was registered, Dmitriev revealed that a total of 20 nations from Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia had requested a billion doses of Sputnik V.
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