34% of Hungarians say they are "certain" to get vaccine

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About 34% of Hungarians say they "are certain" to be inoculated against COVID-19 when vaccines become widely available, according to a survey conducted by Századvég Foundation this month, mandiner.hu reports.

The ratio is up from 24% in December and just 16% in November.

About 28% of Hungarians surveyed in January said they would "probably" get vaccinated, while 22% said they would "certainly not" be inoculated against the coronavirus.

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