King’s College London performed a survey that showed a surprisingly low percentage of the UK population would definitely get a coronavirus vaccine if offered. Only 30% of the 2,237 people questioned said they will be getting the vaccine when it comes out, with 45% saying they were fairly or very likely to get it. 16% responded negatively and 11% said they weren’t sure. Breaking down the numbers more, it appeared that people aged 55 to 75 were twice as likely to say yes to getting the vaccine as those in the 16 to 35 age group. They also discovered a correlation between those who are anti-mask, those who think wearing masks is bad for your health, and nay-sayers to the vaccine.
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