RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Two out of 3 (65%) Brazilians support proof of vaccination in establishments, according to a survey published Monday, December 13, by the National Confederation of Industry (CNI).
Conversely, 22% said they are against showing proof of immunization to enter establishments; 10% said they were neither for nor against it; and 3% were unable to answer or did not know.
The survey also shows that only 18% of Brazilians have ever been asked to present a vaccination certificate to enter establishments they have visited over the past 3 months.
In contrast, 72% have not been requested to . . .