Researchers who carried out the survey concluded that the higher the education level of staff, the less willing they were to get vaccinated. Photo: Xinhua Researchers who carried out the survey concluded that the higher the education level of staff, the less willing they were to get vaccinated. Photo: Xinhua
Researchers who carried out the survey concluded that the higher the education level of staff, the less willing they were to get vaccinated. Photo: Xinhua

Beijing public health workers the least willing in China to get Covid-19 vaccine, survey finds

  • Less than 74 per cent of all CDC staff in the Chinese capital would get immunised voluntarily, according to poll
  • But the rate was nearly 90 per cent for their colleagues in other areas like Shandong, Sichuan and Hubei

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Researchers who carried out the survey concluded that the higher the education level of staff, the less willing they were to get vaccinated. Photo: Xinhua Researchers who carried out the survey concluded that the higher the education level of staff, the less willing they were to get vaccinated. Photo: Xinhua
Researchers who carried out the survey concluded that the higher the education level of staff, the less willing they were to get vaccinated. Photo: Xinhua
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