Most vacationers will have the Covid-19 vaccine if it means they can travel abroad, it turns out.
According to research from the travel insurance company, two-thirds of those surveyed will be happy with the shot if it has passed all the necessary tests. Battleface.
The vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech was given the green light by UK regulators Tuesday morning and could be rolled out as early as next week.
Two thousand adults were surveyed by Battleface, and the study suggests 29 percent of people hope to travel early next year and 44 percent plan a trip later in 2021.
Top destinations in Europe include Spain, France, the UK and Greece, with the US and Australia being the most popular outside.
But only 44 percent said they would buy travel insurance for their trip.
Sasha Gainullin, CEO of Battleface, said: “When traveling internationally, it is vital that travelers continue to consult their travel advice and find the right travel insurance for the destination they are traveling to.
“Many destinations require travelers to have proper travel insurance before entering the country.”
The Department of Transportation is considering issuing a Covid vaccine passport to people who plan to travel to prove they have been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
It would be an internationally recognized stamp to allow entry into other countries. Some airlines, such as the Australian airline Qantas, already require a vaccination for passengers to board.