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Most Japanese believe that vaccination in the country is slow

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At least 85% of Japanese said the pace of vaccination in the country is slow.

At least 85% of Japanese people believe that the pace of vaccination in the country is slow. This is evidenced by the data of a sociological survey published on Sunday by the Kyodo agency.

In addition, 71.5% of respondents said they could not positively assess the government's policy in the field of combating the new coronavirus. At the same time, in the April survey, the proportion of dissatisfied reached only 56.5%.

In addition, 47.3% of survey participants stressed that they generally do not support the actions of the government of Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Sugi. In turn, 41.1% of respondents declared approval of the actions of the Cabinet of Ministers.

The survey was conducted from May 15 to 16 on mobile and landline phones by random sampling, the number of respondents is not indicated.

April 23< b> Yoshihide Suga announced his intention to complete the vaccination process for people over 65 years of age by the end of July. Meanwhile, the data of the government forecast released on May 13 showed that by July this stage of vaccination will be completed only in 86% of local municipalities and may last in some regions until September.

Vaccination in Japan began in mid-February. To date, only 1.2 million out of 4.8 million health workers (about 1% of the population) have completed full immunization. On April 12, the vaccination of 36 million people over the age of 65 began. Now in this category, 400,000 people have been vaccinated with the first dose, and 15,000 with two.

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