Survey shows 23 percent of Czechs do not want coronavirus vaccine

23 percent of Czechs do not want to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a freshly released June survey conducted by the Public Opinion Research Centre (CVVM). Meanwhile, 35 percent of respondents say that they will vaccinate themselves, with 7 percent replying that they are still unsure. The remaining individuals questioned by the survey said that they had already received at least one coronavirus vaccine dose.

Although close to a quarter of all respondents said that they do not want the vaccine, their number is falling when compared to previous surveys. In February 33 percent of people said that they will not take the vaccine, falling to 26 percent in February.

Author: Tom McEnchroe