Attitude and Hesitancy toward COVID-19 vaccine in a Pakistani population 2021
The objective of this study was to find out how the people show their attitude toward vaccine against COVID-19 in a Pakistani Population.
Materials and methods:
Retrospective cohort studies was conducted and adults (aged ≥18 years) residing in Pakistan were invited to inoculate covid #19 in Tabba heart vaccination center with free of cost and without waiting time in center. On spot demanded vaccine was available and without appointment facilitates to client and NIMS entry was also done on spot. We also worked on aggressive teaching and counseling on covid # 19 vaccines for Tabba Heart Institute staff and for their family members. Total vaccinated client Data was compiled from 15th March to 30th November 2022.
A total of 14281 clients were inoculating covid #19 in Tabba heart vaccination center included pediatric vaccine. The mean age of the client was 39.62 ± 10.47 in two years. The majority of clients were females. Overall, 70.68% (n = 709) of the client had previous experience of vaccines such as the flu vaccine and most of clients were co morbid with cardiac and also Diabetic. Clients were confident that they get COVID-19. A total of 99.00% of the clients not reported any EFI after getting vaccinated. There was statistical getting vaccinated is 302,365,965 in Pakistan population.