One third of Muscovites think about vaccination after the introduction of QR codes in public catering
2021-07-06 12:45

One third of Muscovites think about vaccination after the introduction of QR codes in public catering

The research and consulting company IFORS Research has interrogated one thousand Moscow residents and has found out that every third citizen (33%) has thought about vaccination or has made the corresponding decision after the introduction of QR codes for visiting restaurants and cafes in the capital.

Among unvaccinated respondents a third stated that the new measure of reduction of access to public catering institutions to some extent influenced their decision to be vaccinated. Thus, 24% admitted that they have thought about vaccination, and 9% have signed up or have already been vaccinated with the first component of the drug, writes TASS.

During the survey, the metropolitan residents (62%) said that they started going to cafes and other institutions less often after the introduction of restrictions.

According to half of the respondents, the revenues of public catering dropped by 70% or more compared with the spring.

The poll was conducted on June 26-30.

Since June 28, one can go to Moscow cafes and restaurants only after presenting a QR-code about vaccination or PCR-test. In addition, people who have had coronavirus within the last six months can sit in such establishments. Until July 11, only summer verandahs and seasonal cafes may be openly visited.

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Author: Ksenia Gustova