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Central Europe’s vaccine scepticism problem

3 February 2021

3:47 AM

3 February 2021

3:47 AM

Countries around the world are in a race against time to vaccinate their populations against Covid-19. But there is one particular region which appears to have a growing problem with vaccine scepticism: Central and Eastern Europe.

As a British expat living in the Czech Republic, I have noticed the lack of eagerness with which many Czechs discuss the vaccine rollout.

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