A population-based dataset concerning predictors of willingness to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Iran.

Pakpour AH, Yahaghi R, Ahmadizade S, Fotuhi R, Taherkhani E, Ranjbaran M, Buchali Z, Lin C, Griffiths MD, Broström A

Data Brief 39 (-) 107459 [2021-12-00; online 2021-10-08]

The global issue of preventing the spread of COVID-19 is challenging. One of the most efficient ways to control the pandemic is to have a full coverage of COVID-19 vaccination. Therefore, this paper collected survey data to understand the intention and willingness of COVID-19 vaccination uptake in Qazvin, Iran. With the use of a paper-and-pencil method and multistage stratified cluster sampling, research personnel approached and interviewed a representative sample of adults in Qazvin (n = 10843) between February 19 and April 9, 2021. The survey asked questions regarding sociodemographic information, fear of COVID-19, perceived COVID-19 infectability, perceived behavioral control over COVID-19 vaccination, subjective norm of COVID-19 vaccination, attitude towards COVID-19 vaccination, and intention to get COVID-19 vaccinated. The data collected from this survey were analyzed using descriptive statistics, which were carried out using the IBM SPSS version 17.0.

Category: Public Health

Category: Vaccines

Type: Journal article

PubMed 34660863

DOI 10.1016/j.dib.2021.107459

Crossref 10.1016/j.dib.2021.107459

pii: S2352-3409(21)00741-1
pmc: PMC8500683


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