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Only 1/3 of the employees in Bulgaria willing to get Covid-19 vaccines

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34% of the Bulgarian managers say that their employees want to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, a survey conducted by the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry shows.  According to 22% of the managers, their employees are not interested in getting vaccinated. Half of the respondents are undecided.

Many people prefer to wait and are inclined to get a Covid-19 vaccine when they can choose between different types of vaccines and have more information about the effect of vaccination.

According to 42% of the respondents, vaccination is the key to normal life. 47% of the respondents believe that nothing will change after the vaccination, BTA reported.

More than 1/2 of the companies said that vaccines must not be required for travels abroad. 


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