Eight out of ten Norwegians believe it’s important that the corona vaccine is distributed fairly

Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccinePhoto: AP Photo / Elaine Thompson / File
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In a new Unicef ​​survey, eight out of ten Norwegians answered that they believe it is important that the corona vaccine is distributed fairly throughout the world.

The survey, which was conducted by YouGov for Unicef ​​Norway, looked into Norwegians’ attitudes when it comes to the distribution of the corona vaccine.

Out of the 1006 respondents, four out of ten answered that the Norwegian authorities must first provide for their own population. 

Older people were more skeptical than younger people, and women expressed greater concern over fair distribution than men.

Unicef ​​leads the distribution of the vaccines to 92 of the world’s poorest countries.

First vaccine doses

On December 17, Sweden’s vaccine coordinator Richard Bergström told newspaper VG that there would be 9,750 doses in the first vaccine delivery to Norway.

Bergström informed the newspaper that all countries in Europe will receive the same number of vaccine doses.

The delivery will be sent on December 24, provided that the European Commission approves the Pfizer vaccine.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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