Fewer Poles against Covid-19 vaccination - poll

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The number of people opposed to getting vaccinated is falling, according to a new poll published on Monday.

The CBOS poll found that 25 percent of respondents do not intend to get vaccinated against Covid-19, five percentage points down on the previous month.

At the same time 36 percent had already had at least one vaccine dose, up from 21 percent in April, while 33 percent declared a favourable attitude towards vaccination.

"The percentage of respondents who do not intend to get vaccinated against Covid-19 is at its lowest point since November," CBOS wrote in a commentary.

"On the other hand, the percentage of respondents, who have already had at least on dose of the vaccine or who want to get vaccinated, has been the highest recorded so far at 69 percent."

CBOS conducted the poll in a mixed-mode procedure on May 6-16 on a representative sample of 1,163 adult Poles.