According to a survey by the National Democratic Institute (NDI), when asked if they would get the coronavirus vaccine, 47 percent of those surveyed said they would not.
Thirty-five percent of respondents said they would have done the vaccine, 7 percent said they already got vaccinated, and 11 percent had no answer to the question.
However, 47 percent of those who oppose vaccination say they do not trust the quality of the vaccine as a reason for refusing it.
For health reasons, 20 percent of respondents are unable to get vaccinated.
Seven percent believe that vaccination has other purposes.
Two percent are against vaccines, 5 percent name another reason, and 5 percent of respondents do not know the answer to the question.
When asked if they needed information about registration for the vaccine, do they know how to register, 56 percent of respondents said no, while 42 percent said they had information about it. Two percent of respondents do not have an answer to the question.