Survey: Brazilians place most value on vaccination in the world

Brazil is the country that most values immunization among 8 nations studied in a global survey conducted by GSK and Kantar.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the survey, the rate of Brazilians who consider it important to keep vaccination up to date reached 83%.

Vaccination is valued by 67% of Canadians; 65% of Italians; and 64% of Japanese.

The Covid-19 pandemic has increased the value placed on vaccination among Brazilians. Before the pandemic, 59% considered it important to keep this practice up to date, a rate that jumped to 83% after the arrival of the novel coronavirus.

Among Brazilians interviewed, 49% advocate more information about immunization, with explanations about which vaccines are recommended by health authorities, for what reasons . . .

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