Would you get vaccinated if there was a jab available?

New polls in the US, Germany and the Czech Republic - among others - found that 50 per cent were sceptical.

The Telegraph interviewed leading health experts in the US, Germany and the Czech Republic including our virologist Dr. Jiri Cerny on the new polls that showed a great deal of scepticism towards a coronavirus vaccine. 

Dr. Jiří Černý, a leading virologist at the Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences at the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague, the Czech Republic - where recent research found that only 49 per cent of people would take a coronavirus vaccine - said mandatory vaccination should be considered. 

"It is probable that even if a high quality vaccine is available, the number of people who get voluntarily vaccinated in Czechia will be rather low, which is not sufficient to develop herd immunity," he warned. 

Read the full article HERE (The Telegraph).

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