Bulgarians are still divided on the idea of so-called "vaccination passports", indicates a survey of Gallup International sociological agency and the tourism industry, conducted between March 18 and 24 among 1,000 adult Bulgarians.
Half of the respondents rather agree with the introduction of vaccination passports. 43% of the respondents are against the idea.
25% of Bulgarians have postponed travel or vacation in the country, planned over the past 12 months, because of the coronavirus pandemic. 22% of the respondents postponed a trip abroad.
63% of the respondents said that they began avoiding crowded places since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. 73% of the respondents prefer a holiday trip only by car.