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Volume 28, Number 3—March 2022

COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage, Behaviors, and Intentions among Adults with Previous Diagnosis, United States

Kimberly H. NguyenComments to Author , Jing Huang1, Kathrine Mansfield1, Laura Corlin, and Jennifer D. Allen
Author affiliations: Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (K.H. Nguyen, J. Huang, K. Mansfield, L. Corlin); Tufts University School of Engineering, Medford, Massachusetts, Massachusetts, USA (L. Corlin); Tufts University, Medford (J.D. Allen)

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Table 2

Association between previous COVID-19 diagnosis and vaccination coverage, United States, July 21–August 2, 2021*

Prior COVID-19 diagnosis† Received >1 dose
Received all required doses
% (95% CI) aPR (95% CI) % (95% CI) aPR (95% CI)
Yes 73.3 (71.4–75.2) 0.88 (0.86–0.91) 68.9 (67.0–70.7) 0.86 (0.84–0.89)
No 84.6 (83.9–85.2) Referent 81.6 (80.9–82.4) Referent

*All percentages are weighted. aPR, adjusted prevalence ratio; COVID-19, coronavirus disease. †Multivariable regression model adjusting for age group, gender, race/ethnicity, educational attainment, annual household income, insurance status, household size, and housing structure.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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