A Vaccine for All?
Since the onset of the global pandemic, there have been numerous theories lurking around the coronavirus. The same continues when the vaccine is ready for distribution. People are questioning the real origin of the virus, and who is benefitting from the production and distribution of the vaccine. So, we thought a poll should be conducted to understand people's sentiment about Pfizer-BioNTech's vaccine - whether they think the roll-out would be in the interest of common people all over the world or not. The poll with 2,376 respondents reveals that 18.94% of them feel the rich people will get their hands on the vaccine first, while 10.23% of them think politicians will make it difficult for everyone to receive the vaccine, and 10.10% of them believe poorer countries might not even get it. On the other hand, 39.98% of the respondents are positive the governments will ensure it is distributed to every citizen, and 13.30% are hopeful WHO will step in to safeguard the interests of the people. 7.45% of the respondents, however, have no idea about the issue and perhaps will have to wait and watch how it pans out.