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The readiness of tourists to be vaccinated against COVID was assessed by experts

The readiness of tourists to be vaccinated against COVID was assessed by experts
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The readiness of Russian tourists to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before the trip was assessed by experts. It turned out that more than 60% of respondents do not want to get vaccinated before traveling abroad, if it becomes mandatory.

It is reported RIA News" citing a study by Tutu.ru. About 40% of travelers will even prefer to give up the trip, and one in five will try to bypass the system in order to fly away without vaccination. Less than 20% of respondents are ready to get vaccinated.

Experts also found that for the sake of a beach holiday, half of the Russians surveyed will go for coronavirus testing before the trip, 16% agreed to serve two weeks in self-isolation upon returning home, and every tenth was not embarrassed by the need to go to the beach wearing a mask and gloves.

Now it is allowed to fly to the Maldives, the UK, Tanzania, Switzerland, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and a number of cities in Turkey.

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