UK NEWS: Two-thirds of Britons will receive COVID-19 jab; less among teens – poll

LONDON – About two-thirds in Britain say they will be vaccinated against COVID-19 but young people are more likely to refuse jab than older people, according to a poll released on Wednesday.

The poll, by the public opinion polls company Kantar, showed 22% of respondents who said they would or would not receive a coronavirus vaccine, which increased to 38% for 18-24 year olds.

Kantar said the survey found that 75% of people with higher education degree had planned to get the vaccine compared to 57% of people who did not.

Health Minister Matt Hancock on Tuesday said the COVID-19 vaccine would be selected in Britain.

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