Here’s How Many Pakistanis Don’t Want a COVID-19 Vaccine: Survey

A recent survey carried out by Ipsos, a multinational global market research consulting firm, has revealed that 40% of Pakistanis are apprehensive about receiving the Coronavirus vaccine while 34% are fearful that they might experience adverse side-effects after receiving the vaccine.

The Ipsos national opinion survey was conducted between 2 and 6 December and it aims to highlight the challenges facing the impending immunization campaign and the government’s communication strategy to overcome them.


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According to the findings of the survey, 60% of Pakistanis are eagerly waiting to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus.

On the other hand, 22% of Pakistanis also revealed that they are against all kinds of vaccines, with 15% of them having already made up their mind against receiving the COVID-19 vaccine

With the recent rise in Coronavirus cases, the threat perception of COVID-19 disease in Pakistan has increased considerably once again after a sharp decline in the past couple of months.

Moreover, 40% of Pakistanis believe that the public has allowed the Coronavirus disease to regain its foothold in the country as a result of flouting SOPs.


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21% of Pakistani are of the view that the federal government’s failure to ensure compliance with the SOPs has resulted in the resurgence of viral infection all over the country.

Only 4% of Pakistanis think that the public rallies and gatherings of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) have exacerbated the spread of Coronavirus across the country.


  • 22% of Pakistanis also revealed that they are against all kinds of vaccines, with 15% of them having already made up their mind against receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
    SO in short- 37% of pakistanis are uneducated idiots.


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