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Gallup poll: 71% of South Korean citizens intend to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus

Seven U.S. troops and related personnel in South Korea were diagnosed with Coronavirus after entering the country

The picture shows people testing in the temporary screening station near the subway station of Gangnam Sancheng Station in Seoul, South Korea. China News Service reporter Zeng You

February 20th According to a report by Korea Radio International (KBS), according to the poll results released by Gallup on the 19th, more than 70% of South Korean respondents said they were interested in getting a coronavirus vaccine.

According to reports, South Korea’s Gallup conducted a coronavirus vaccination intention survey between the 16th and the 18th, targeting 1,000 people over the age of 18 across the country.

The results showed that 71% of people answered that they were intended to be vaccinated, 19 percent said that they were not vaccinated, and another 10% were reserved.

In response to “whether you’re worried about the side effects of the coronavirus vaccine,” 71 percent said they were worried, and 26 percent said they were not.

In evaluating the measures taken by the South Korean government in response to the coronavirus epidemic, 58 percent thought the government had responded properly and 32 percent thought the government had responded improperly.

According to the report, the trustworthiness of the survey is 95%, and the error range is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

According to previous news, the South Korean Food and Drug Safety Department officially approved the use of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine on the 10th.

The Korean Disease Control Agency plans to start on February 26 and vaccinate the public in batches.

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