A majority of people in Britain are in favour of completely banning air travel for people who refuse to take the COVID vaccine, according to a Sky News/YouGov poll.
The survey found that 54 percent of people believe that those who have not taken the shot should not be allowed to board any airplane.
Just 29 per cent said such restrictions would be unacceptable, with 17 per cent saying they were not sure.
In addition, more than a third (36%) said that the unvaccinated should not be able to use transport in general, including buses and trains.
A further 39% say they support limiting access to restaurants and bars, with 44% saying unvaccinated people should not be allowed to go to cinemas.
Despite the findings, the poll also revealed that almost one-in-five say they are unlikely to get vaccinated. A total of 10% said they are ‘very unlikely’ to get the shot, with 8% saying it is ‘fairly unlikely’ they will get it.
That means, however, that 70% are happy to take the jab, despite it’s safety being up in the air at this point.
The findings of this poll will only serve to encourage businesses, including the airline industry, as well as governments, to push ahead with moves to require so called ‘immunity passports’ or proof of vaccination in return for services.
By Summit News