One third of the Portuguese (33.5%) believe that the vaccination process is going “more or less” and 35% that it is going “badly” or “very badly”, according to an Intercampus survey.
The survey, commissioned by Business and at Morning mail, also reveals that 18% believe that the vaccination program is being done well and another 1.6% that the evaluation is very good, in a total of 19.6% of positive responses. 21.5% of the respondents indicate that the program is running “wrong” and 14% give a very negative score.
The work indicates that 35% of respondents blame those responsible for the team that coordinates the vaccination process, while 21.2% the government officials. About 15% consider the problem to be a lack of vaccines and 25% understand that “everyone” has responsibilities.
Arrived in Portugal one million vaccines, according to the coordinator of the task force for the Vaccination Plan, Henrique Gouveia e Melo, with 680 thousand applied in the continent and 19 thousand in the autonomous regions.
Taísa Pagno //