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Published: 26 february 2021 11:38

New survey shows how many Lithuanians would agree to get vaccinated against COVID-19: conspiracy theories – rather unpopular

Kaune pradėti skiepyti senjorai, kuriems - virš 80 metų
Aliaus Koroliovo / 15min nuotr. / Seniors above 80 are vaccinated in Kaunas

A survey has shown that 64% of the Lithuanian population would agree to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Beliefs, that the COVID-19 disease is fictional, or that the vaccination is a part of a large human experiment, are unpopular in Lithuania. On the other hand, such beliefs are being spread among those, who have no intention in getting vaccinated against COVID-19.

A representative survey about the willingness to get vaccinated against COVID-19 was conducted by Spinter Tyrimai on behalf of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Republic of Lithuania.

Residents of Lithuania were asked about their willingness to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in the nearest future, when the possibility occurs, with a vaccine that was approved by the EU.

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