Three out of four Danes have no vaccine preference, new survey shows

Moderna COVID-19 vaccinePhoto: Michael Holahan / The Augusta Chronicle via AP

Three out of four Danes have no preferred coronavirus vaccine, according to a survey conducted by Voxmeter for the news agency Ritzau.

While 75% of respondents have no preference among vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca, 19% answered that they prefer a vaccine from a specific manufacturer.

However, people will not get the opportunity to choose the vaccine for themselves – the Danish authorities made that clear already in December. 

In general, state-funded vaccination programs do not offer such choices to citizens.

Furthermore, the survey shows that vaccine support increased since the previous survey, which was conducted just before Denmark started the vaccinations. 

At the time, 76% of respondents answered that they would say “yes” to the vaccine. Now, 85% of Danes are in favor of taking the vaccine. 

Source: #Norway Today, #NorwayTodayNews

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