81% of Brazilians Support Requiring a Vaccine Passport to Enter Indoor Spaces

Number of people who believe the pandemic is out of control also increased

About 81% of Brazilians support having to show a Covid vaccine passport to enter indoor areas like offices, bars, restaurants and nightclubs, according to Datafolha.

Another 18% are against requiring the vaccination "passport", and 1% did not know how to respond. The survey also shows an increase in the population's perception of the lack of control of the pandemic, amid the ômicron variant wave.

The survey was conducted by telephone on January 12 and 13, with 2,023 people aged 16 and over in all Brazilian states. The margin of error is plus or minus two percentage points.

Translated by Kiratiana Freelon

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