Twenty-two per cent of service workers in Moscow and the Moscow region will be vaccinated only if it is a demand for employment or the possibility to continue their work, and 35 per cent will not be vaccinated under any circumstances, as follows from a survey conducted by specialists of the SuperJob job search service.
Recently, the chief sanitary doctor of Moscow, Elena Andreeva, signed a decree that obliges 60 per cent of workers in a number of sectors of the economy to be vaccinated against coronavirus. Following Moscow, similar decisions were made in the Moscow Region, the Kemerovo Region and Sakhalin. Among those who have not yet been vaccinated against coronavirus, 20 per cent of people will be vaccinated in any case.
According to the experts, only 3 out of 10 residents of Moscow and the Moscow region approve of the decision on the mandatory vaccination of employees of catering, trade, beauty salons, transport, banks, housing and communal services, theatres and other spheres. The bulk of the respondents claim that “service workers are not slaves to decide this for them”. This means that people are against mandatory vaccination and will resist it until they have a real threat to be dismissed.