JUST over half of Brits would be very likely to have a vaccine against coronavirus – amid warnings from a study that misperceptions could risk lives. The study, based on 2,237 interviews with UK residents aged between 16-75, found that one in five would be fairly likely to have a potential coronavirus vaccine. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates One in six (16 per cent) said they are unlikely to have it or definitely will not. Of those questioned, 53 per cent said they would be likely or very likely to get a vaccine against the virus, according to the study conducted by King’s College London and Ipsos Mori. Those with a greater scepticism towards science are more likely to reject a future jab.People opposed to masks were among the least likely to get a vaccine, including 37 per cent who thought coverings were bad for people’s health. A third do not think masks are effective in reducing the spread of the virus and 34 per cent think that the government wants people to wear face coverings as a way of controlling the public. Of the reasons given, 33 per cent do not trust… Read full this story
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