Salary.ru service conducted a survey and called the share of Russians who are willing to quit because of mandatory vaccination from coronavirus at work. Reports about it RIA Novosti. The study was attended by more than 1,700 respondents from all regions of the country.
“Among the working population, 32 percent of respondents do not plan to make a vaccine at all, and 10 percent will be ready to quit if the employer will demand to undergo a mandatory vaccination,” the study says. Moreover, young employees (up to 24 years old) were the most categorical in this matter: 38 percent of them are ready to lose work in the event of coercion to vaccination.
Survey showed that 24 percent of Russians do not want to vaccinate due to possible side effects, 15 percent do not trust Russian medicine, 13 percent said that graft people can also get sick, another 9 percent are confident that the period of action is too short , 7 percent as a whole oppose any coercion. Another 2 percent of the respondents said they were not afraid to get sick, and if it happened, they will be able to cope with their own.
In Moscow, companies from the spheres of trade and services prescribed from coronavirus 60 percent of employees: until July 15, they should receive the first component of the vaccine, and until August 15 – the second. However, Retail warned that in the time limit does not fit. Currently, in some companies, the number of graft workers does not exceed 17 percent.