SA ranks among the countries in which citizens exhibit the lowest intention to get vaccinated against Covid-19 with only 53% of people saying they will get a shot to protect them from being infected, according to a new Ipsos survey conducted in partnership with the World Economic Forum (WEF).

While that puts SA ahead of countries with the lowest intention, such as France (40%) and Russia (43%), the country is well behind the likes of Brazil (78%), Mexico (77%), the UK (77%), Australia (75%), South Korea (75%), and Canada (71%), whose citizens all exhibit a fairly high intention to get vaccinated...

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