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Almost 70% Irish people would take a Covid-19 vaccine, according to new poll

Almost 70% of Irish people have said they would take a Covid-19 vaccine if one was to be made available.

The research was carried out by Amárach Research for Virgin Media Ireland, and surveyed 2,000 people aged 18 and above in mid-July.

It found that 67% would be happy to receive a vaccine to the virus.

The poll also showed that 82% of people said that have downloaded or will download the Covid-19 contact tracing app. It found that 60% had already downloaded it, while 22% said they would download it.

There are currently numerous companies and labs around the world racing to manufacture an effective Covid-19 vaccine.


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