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British study: imposing vaccinations against Corona may be counterproductive


The Financial Times, the British newspaper, reported that employers' pressure on health and social care workers to receive COVID-19 vaccines may backfire.


The newspaper added, in the context of a report published on its website today, Wednesday, that a new study led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine revealed that employers' pressure on health and social care workers to receive COVID-19 vaccines made them more likely to reject them.


It reported that among the 2,000 people in the study, people who felt pressure from their employer to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine were more likely to be rejected.


"Our work shows that there is a move towards imposing vaccination against Covid-19, which will negatively affect confidence in vaccination and policy makers," the British newspaper quoted Sandra Monier Jacques, an associate professor of health policy at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, as saying.

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