Authors: Natalie Lacey, Nicolas Boyon
Date: 28 April 2021
A new Ipsos survey for the World Economic Forum finds that, on average, about three in four adults across 28 countries agree that COVID-19 vaccine passports should be required of travelers to enter their country and that they would be effective in making travel and large events safe. About two in three say they should be required to access large public venues. On the other hand, only about half agree they should be required for shops, restaurants, and offices.
Another Ipsos survey finds the global public sharply divided about whether only those who have been vaccinated should be allowed to take part in activities involving large groups of people such as taking public transit, flying, and attending cultural and sporting, or events.
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