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98 per cent gated residents prefer in-society Covid-19 vaccination: MyGate survey Coronavirus Vaccine
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98 per cent gated residents prefer in-society Covid-19 vaccination: MyGate survey

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 10 Jun 2021, 09:14 pm

Hyderabad/UNI: Nearly 98 per cent of gated community residents are keen on taking the Covid-19 vaccine within the gates of their housing society, said MyGate, a community management app, in its survey report.

The survey was conducted among housing society residents across all major cities to understand perceptions around in-society vaccination drives, claimed sources.

MyGate said as many as 11,000 residents participated in the survey conducted in May this year and the findings of the survey were stark, with residents showing immense urgency in getting their families, as well as daily help vaccinated.

On average, a home needed 2.8 vaccines, the report which was released here on Thursday said.

According to the company officials, the survey also revealed that 50 per cent of the respondents were open to taking either Covishield or Covaxin; nearly 25 per cent were open to taking Sputnik as well.

In response, the company has put in place partnerships with healthcare organisations for the administration of vaccines while it also assists societies.

The Exotica, Tata Raisina Residency and Central Park in Gurgaon and PEBL CIty in Hyderabad are among the first societies to benefit from this initiative, the company said.

Planning to extend the services to other cities as well, Mygate has also added functionality to its app that allows users to block slots in the drive and pay for them.