While a majority of Namibians approve of the government’s overall response to COVID19, they are critical of inadequate relief and corruption and are skeptical of vaccine safety, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Released by local partner, Survey Warehouse, the results also show that only about one in four Namibians would support a policy of mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, and most Namibians do not support vaccinating children against COVID19. More than half of Namibians support requiring the vaccine for health and frail-care workers, but only minorities agree when it comes to teachers and employees of private companies. And most do not agree with restricting access to sports, cultural, musical, and other large social events to vaccinated people only.
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