Interim Results: State-Specific Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Coverage -- United States, August 2009-January 2010

Ding, H.; Euler, G. L.; Furlow, C.; Bryan, L. N.; Bardenheier, B.; Monsell, E.; Gonzalez-Feliciano, A. G.; LeBaron, C.; Wortley, P. M.; Singleton, J. A.
April 2010
MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;4/30/2010, Vol. 59 Issue 16, p477
The article looks at the results of state-specific seasonal influenza vaccination coverage in the U.S. from August 2009 to January 2010. It mentions that as compared with the previous influenza season, the years 2009 to 2010 had a relative increase of 67 percent for adults aged 18 to 49 years without high-risk conditions. The data used was collected from two surveys in which respondents were asked if they had been vaccinated for the seasonal flu in the past 12 months.


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