Survey: M’sians almost unanimous in compulsory vaccination against infectious diseases



Malaysians are almost unanimous in believing that vaccines against infectious diseases should be compulsory for everyone as compared to people in other countries, a survey revealed.

According to a survey by market research company Ipsos, 86 percent of the Malaysians involved in the survey strongly agree that vaccinating against serious infectious diseases should be compulsory while Russians recorded only 44 percent, Americans (50 percent), Japan (52 percent) and global score (64 percent)...

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