COVID-19 Booster Dose Vaccination Coverage and Factors Associated with Booster Vaccination among Adults, United States, March 2022
, Anup Srivastav, Kushagra Vashist, Carla L. Black, Jennifer L. Kriss, Mei-Chuan Hung, Lu Meng, Tianyi Zhou, David Yankey, Nina B. Masters, Hannah E. Fast, Hilda Razzaghi, and James A. Singleton
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (P.-j. Lu, A. Srivastav, K. Vashist, C.L. Black, J.L. Kriss, M.-C. Hung, L. Meng, T. Zhou, D. Yankey, N.B. Masters, H.E. Fast, H. Razzaghi, J.A. Singleton); Leidos Inc., Atlanta (A. Srivastav, M.-C. Hung, T. Zhou); Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA (K. Vashist)
Figure. Trends in COVID-19 booster dose vaccination coverage among fully vaccinated adults, by age group, National Immunization Survey–Adult COVID Module, United States, November 2021–March 2022.
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