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The media told who is more concerned about the "side effects" of vaccination

21.07.2021 79 просмотров

A study in Japan found that women are more likely than men to delay getting vaccinated against coronavirus due to concerns about possible side effects.

Koji Wada, Professor at the International University of Health and Welfare, surveyed about 3,100 people aged 20 to 60+ in Tokyo and three prefectures surrounding the capital.

This survey, conducted over the course of three days from July 13, showed that 57.3% of respondents would like to be vaccinated as soon as possible or have already received it.

At the same time, 23.8% said they want to observe the situation for now, and another 17 % said they do not want or are not sure they want to be vaccinated.

In general, among those who are in no hurry to receive the vaccine, there were more women than men, even among relatively older respondents who are more likely to get seriously ill.

Professor Wada stressed that doctors should give detailed explanations about vaccination, especially older people who are at risk of becoming seriously ill if infected with coronavirus, who are not sure that they need to be vaccinated.
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