A Demographic Analysis of Attitude and Perception of Indians towards Acceptance of COVID-19 Vaccination | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


A Demographic Analysis of Attitude and Perception of Indians towards Acceptance of COVID-19 Vaccination

Author(s):Vijay Prakash Gupta* and Amit Kumar Arora

COVID-19 is one of the biggest pandemic spread all over the world. It was a very severe issue because of the nonavailability of vaccine to control or protect from it, due to which nations across the globe were facing too many problems to control the corona disease. Finally, vaccines were developed against this disease. The researchers have tried to explore the demographic information of the Delhi-NCR region of India and put an effort to examine the attitudes and perceptions of individuals towards COVID-19 vaccinations. After analysis, researchers found that the majority of the respondents are ready to take the vaccine and trust level on the vaccination is good in males and females i.e., 6 out of a scale of 10. Gender and age were found to be significant factors for the vaccination. Whereas, educational level and residential area were found to be non-significant factors for the vaccination.

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