Survey: 81% of Brazilians consider vaccination slow; 62% see mass coverage only in 2022

Vaccination is perceived by 77% of Brazilians as the only safe and effective way to protect themselves from the coronavirus, according to the survey. Those who don't trust the vaccine amount to 19%, or one-fifth of respondents.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil, which on Monday, March 15th, reached the mark of 10 million people vaccinated, about 5% of the population, registers a slow and unsatisfactory vaccination rate, in the opinion of 81% of Brazilians, while a five times smaller portion, 16%, is satisfied. This is the result of a survey ordered by the Brazilian Federation of Banks (FEBRABAN) and conducted in the first week of March by IPESPE, which interviewed about 3,000 people from all regions of the country.

Still according to the survey, two-thirds of Brazilians, or 62%, consider that only in 2022 will . . .

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