DISCLAIMER: The aim of the survey was to understand the ‘COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance and General Perception’ in a subset of Luxembourg population who were reached through social media channel only. Caution is adviced while interpreting the data as it is a small set of reponses (n=134).
Data Collection: The general readers of ExpatNotesLux were invited to participate in a short survey with first 3 questions related to demography of the participants, followed by 5 questions related to vaccination, on 14.12.2020 and responses were retrieved on 16.12.2020 (total 134 responses). All responses were voluntary.
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Following are the questions and graphical representation of the responses received.
– No option for less than <15y age-group, and there were no repondents for above 80y+ age-group.
- (LUX) Luxembourgish
- (EU27) Rest of EU27
- (non-EU) non-EU27 (or, rest of the World)
Q1. Are you well informed about vaccines in general?
Q2. Are you well informed about Covid-19 vaccination strategies and details in Luxembourg?
Q3. Do you have any concerns about potential risk associated with Covid-19 vaccine(s)?
Q4. Would you like to have a choice for method / manufacturer of Covid-19 vaccine(s)?
Q5. Which of the following is the primary reason for you to get vaccinated as soon as possible
- (Imp.) It is important and good for my health
- (Pers.Imm) It is to get immunity against the SARS-CoV-2 virus
- (Glob.Imm) It is to reach ‘global-immunity’, and we all can go back to normal times
- (Herd.Imm) It is to reach ‘herd-immunity’, so that we can protect the vulnerable and at-risk people
- (No.Vacc) I do not intend to get COVID-19 vaccinated
first pubished: 16.12.2020
COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance in Caregivers And Aide Personnel in Luxembourg
The COVID-19 vaccination rate for personnel working in aid and care networks varied from 23.88% to 67.34% across 15 different structures (8 structures at 50% or less, overall average is 48.97%) and the vaccination rate for staff working in residential facilities for the elderly (CIPA and nursing homes) varied from 27.91% to 93.91% across 40 different structures (10 structures at 50% or less, overall average is 59.17%).
The data was reported in the answer to a parliamentary question (No. 4104) on 18.05.2021 (PDF, 120kb)