Turkey: Mavi Kalem - COVID-19 Vaccine Attitude Analysis - 2021
With the expansion of the vaccine application, the number of beneficiaries reached has also increased. In order to gain more in-depth information on vaccination attitudes, a research framework supported by focus group discussions was created. Thus, a study emerged in which both qualitative and quantitative data were evaluated together. As a result of the research, it was seen that the rate of being vaccinated was low and the rate of those who hesitated to be vaccinated was substantial. Fear is one of the main reasons for not being vaccinated. Social media and negative sensations from the social environment are among the main reasons for fear of the vaccine. The majority of those who stated that they were afraid were women.
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