Czechs split 50:50 on whether they would take coronavirus vaccine, survey shows

In a survey conducted by the Median agency for Czech Radio, 45 percent of Czechs said that they would choose to be inoculated by a vaccine against the COVID-19 coronavirus, while 48 percent said that they would not. The large scale survey also asked which government measures to curb the spread of the virus people like the least, to which 60 percent of respondents said schools. When asked about whether it should be schools or shops and restaurants that open sooner, three-quarters said schools.

Schools are also seen as the most consequential of the lockdown measures enforced by the government during the epidemic by 36 percent of respondents. Nearly a quarter of respondents say they find the closure of hairdressers to be the most limiting.

Author: Tom McEnchroe