Study: Most Israelis say they got COVID vaccine to avoid restrictions

A new study reported by Channel 12 news shows that 58 percent of Israelis who got the COVID-19 vaccine say a significant consideration in making that decision was the desire for a Green Pass, allows its bearers to avoid extra restrictions on access to public places for the unvaccinated.

The study reportedly finds also that 26% got the vaccine out of fear of sanctions in their workplace.

The answers were consistent both times that they were collected, in March and in July, the report says.

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