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Volume 26, Number 7—July 2020

Public Health Role of Academic Medical Center in Community Outbreak of Hepatitis A, San Diego County, California, USA, 2016–2018

Minji Kang, Sarah F. Horman, Randy A. Taplitz, Brian Clay, Marlene Millen, Amy Sitapati, Frank E. Myers, Eric C. McDonald, Shira R. Abeles, Danelle R. Wallace, Sarah Stous, and Francesca J. TorrianiComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of California, San Diego, California, USA (M. Kang, S.F. Horman, R.A. Taplitz, B. Clay, M. Millen, A. Sitapati, F.E. Myers, S.R. Abeles, F.J. Torriani); County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, San Diego (E.C. McDonald, D.R. Wallace, S. Stous)

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Table 1

Adult hepatitis A virus vaccinations registered in the vaccination registry, San Diego, California, USA, March 1, 2017–October 31, 2018

Vaccination reason or provider No. (%)
Postexposure prophylaxis 1,026 (0.5)
Jail 9,862 (4.7)
Psychiatric hospital 522 (0.3)
Public health center 13,584 (6.5)
Public health clinic 1,770 (0.9)
Field event
Mobile van 848 (0.4)
Foot team 5,820 (2.8)
Point of dispensing/mass vaccination
23,620 (11.4)
Federally qualified health center 30,877 (14.9)
Healthcare system 99,931 (48.1)
Pharmacy 12,171 (5.9)
Occupational health entity
7,831 (3.8)
Total 207,862 (100)

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