A new survey conducted by a British university showed that global confidence in anti-corona vaccines is increasing, and 54% of respondents in 15 countries said they would receive the vaccine if offered to them.
The survey, conducted by the Institute for Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London, revealed that readiness for individuals to receive the vaccine has increased in 11 of 15 countries since November, when 41% of respondents said they would be vaccinated.
And Dr. David Nabarro, Associate Director at the British Institute, said in a statement that it is very encouraging to see that with a number of safe and effective vaccines for Coronavirus being introduced around the world, there has been a clear positive shift in people’s perceptions of them.
The survey was conducted on about 13,500 people every four times between November and mid-January in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
The United States was not included in the Imperial College survey, but a CNN survey also in mid-January found that 66% of Americans say they will receive the Corona vaccine, up from 51% last October.