December 23, 2020, 12.55 AM
An illustration of Covid-19 vaccine. (SHUTTERSTOCK/solarseven) An illustration of Covid-19 vaccine.

“The previous survey showed that 71.5 percent of respondents believed that doctors can orient them on Covid-19 preventative measures, while 8.6 percent of respondents expressed confidence in President [Joko Widodo], and 4.5 percent believed in religious clerics,” Tati said.

Titled “The Indonesian Public’s Confidence in Vaccines and Covid-19 Vaccination”, the SMRC held the survey by phone over a three-day period between December 16-19, 2020. The survey has a 95 percent accuracy rate with a 2.9 percent margin of error.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo has authorized free vaccinations for the Indonesian public earlier this month when Indonesia received its first batch of 1.2 million vaccines from China's Sinovac pharmaceutical company.

(Writer: Tsarina Maharani | Editor : Dani Prabowo)


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