A sizable number of adult South Africans support compulsory workplace Covid-19 vaccination and vaccine passport, according to the recent survey by the Centre for Social Change, University of Johannesburg in collaboration with the Developmental, Ethical and Capable State research division of the Human Sciences Research Council.
The findings are based on Round 5 of the two institutions’ ‘Covid-19 Democracy Survey’ aimed at gauging the public views on compulsory workplace vaccination and vaccine passports. Conducted between 22 October 2021 and 17 November 2021, the survey targeted only adults living in South Africa. It is released at the time when government is mulling over these controversial issues.
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