COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage, Intent, Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs among Essential Workers, United States
Kimberly H. Nguyen
, David Yankey, Kelsey C. Coy, Kathryn A. Brookmeyer, Neetu Abad, Rebecca Guerin, Girija Syamlal, Peng-jun Lu, Brittney N. Baack, Hilda Razzaghi, Andrea Okun, and James A. Singleton
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (K.H. Nguyen, D. Yankey, K.C. Coy, K.A. Brookmeyer, N. Abad, R. Guerin, G. Syamlal, P. Lu, B. Baack, H. Razzaghi, A. Okun, J.A. Singleton); Leidos, Inc., Atlanta (K.C. Coy)
Figure 2. Average prevalence of COVID-19 vaccination status and intent by essential and nonessential worker groups, United States, March 5–June 2, 2021. Asterisk (*) indicates statistically significant (p<0.05) differences between vaccination coverage and intent among each essential worker group versus vaccination coverage and vaccination intent among nonessential workers. COVID-19, coronavirus disease.
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