Muscovites Don’t Support Special Places in Restaurants for Vaccinated

Moscow Mayor, Sergei Sobyanin, proposed creating coronavirus-free places in restaurants, where people who have been vaccinated will be served. The results of a survey conducted by specialists from the SuperJob job search service showed that more than half of the city’s residents (55 per cent) are not ready for such an innovation. 

Only 20 per cent of Muscovites approved of Sobyanin’s idea of ​​creating coronavirus-free places in restaurants. Most often, people over 35 years old and those who already have or are just planning to get vaccinated (39 per cent and 31 per cent, respectively) voted in favour of the idea. Thus, among Muscovites who were vaccinated, supporters and opponents of the idea are shared equally (39 per cent), and among those who will not be vaccinated under any circumstances, the overwhelming majority (81 per cent) is categorically against the idea. They claim that it is illegal and can be compared to dividing people according to race or gender.

Ru-Main, 28.05.2021

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