VILNIUS – Only half of Lithuanian residents would get a coronavirus vaccine once it is become available, and the same proportion of Lithuanians would refuse to get vaccinated, a public survey by Vilmorus for BNS has revealed.
1,001 Lithuanian residents took part in the survey that asked them what they would do if a coronavirus vaccine was created and made available. 42.9 percent said they would get it, and 42.5 percent said they would not. 14.7 percent had no opinion on the issue.
Vilnius residents and those on higher income are more likely to get...
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