Almost 60 percent of Russians are against " covid passports


Almost 60 percent of Russians opposed the introduction of "covid-passports" for those who have had COVID-19 or who have been vaccinated.

This is evidenced by the results of the survey conducted by the portal SuperJob.
The idea of introducing a special document was supported by 12 percent of respondents, another 29 percent of respondents could not answer the question of whether such a "passport" is necessary. Speaker of the Council of Federation Valentina Matvienko said that Russia does not need "covid passports. According to her, people will perceive such a passport as a document that will give them additional rights and opportunities.


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