Most Russians who were vaccinated against coronavirus wanted to follow the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and be re-vaccinated six months later. This was reported by RBC with reference to the results of the Superjob survey.
78 percent of respondents are ready to be re-vaccinated, while 43 percent said they had an unequivocal decision to go for re-vaccination.
22 percent of respondents did not appreciate the idea of re-vaccination, six percent will definitely not be re-vaccinated.
In total, 1600 respondents took part in the study, who were vaccinated against coronavirus in 371 settlements in all federal districts.
Earlier, Marina Veldanova, director of the Skolkovo Business School’s Health Development Center, assessed the idea of re-vaccination against COVID-19 every six months. According to her, the risk that after the second vaccination, the body may be “overwhelmed” due to the presence of antibodies, is theoretically unlikely. She explained that after six months, the level of antibodies is significantly reduced. At the same time, people in life are constantly under the influence of various agents, to which an immune response appears, and a person most often does not even notice this.