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SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 4. Adjusted vaccination coverage among adults aged ≥19 years, by age group, increased-risk status,* and health insurance status† — National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2015
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SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 4. Adjusted vaccination coverage among adults aged ≥19 years, by age group, increased-risk status,* and health insurance status† — National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2015
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    Adults without health insurance were significantly less likely than those with health insurance to be vaccinated after adjusting for confounders for influenza (aged ≥19 years); tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis (Tdap) (aged ≥19 years); hepatitis A (aged ≥19 years); and hepatitis B (aged ≥19 years) vaccination. The difference in adjusted vaccination coverage between respondents with and without health insurance for those for whom the difference was statistically significant ranged from 2.0% (hepatitis A vaccination among adults aged ≥19 years) to 12.3% (influenza vaccination among adults aged ≥19 years).

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