The questionnaire that Al-Qabas conducted through her account on the social networking site “Twitter” about preparing to take the Corona vaccine if he arrived in Kuwait, was a surprise, as 46% refused to take the vaccine.
The questionnaire, which received the participation of more than 10 thousand people of all ages, revealed that only 39% agree to receive the expected Corona vaccine, while 15% express their disinterest in the matter.
In return, a number of doctors reassured that the vaccine is completely safe, noting that it is based on strict scientific foundations, and has undergone long clinical trials to ensure that there are no risks from taking it.
They attributed the high percentage of those who refuse to take the vaccine to their fear of health damages to them after injecting it, but this fear is not justified, as no global bodies can adopt a vaccine without trials, noting that all previous anti-virus vaccines have proven their effectiveness, safety, and safety on health, and then on us, He got vaccinated without fear.
Why fear? Infectious diseases consultant d. Ghanem Al-Hejailan, the prior rejection of the Corona vaccine, and their fear of the damages of the vaccination are illogical, and the origins of this fear are due to the first vaccination carried out by Doctor Edward Jenner, and his invention of smallpox vaccination was attacked as a dirty substance that takes from sores that infect cows.
Al-Hajlan described vaccines against dangerous diseases as a praiseworthy medical victory.
And he indicated that the modern vaccination for covid-19 is based on strict scientific foundations and several stages and bedside experiments to ensure that there are no risks and confirm its effectiveness to protect against the Corona disease, in which the death rate reaches 2.5% i.e.
If it continues to infect all humans (7.8 billion), we will see deaths of up to 200 million people, and the vaccination will not reach Kuwait early, and by that time millions of people from developed countries will have taken it.
He continued: The priority will be for people who are most at risk of dying from disease, such as the elderly and people with chronic diseases, as well as medical personnel and others