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Errata: Vol. 53, No. 43

In the report, "Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Coverage Among Persons Aged >65 Years and Persons Aged 18--64 Years with Diabetes or Asthma --- United States, 2003," errors occurred in Tables 1 and 2.

Table 1. The influenza vaccination coverage among adults aged >65 years in Hawaii should be 76.4% (95% confidence interval [CI] +3.5%), % change +2.5%, and in Illinois should be 62.2% (CI +3.5%), % change +1.1%. Pneumococcal vaccination coverage in Hawaii should be 69.4% (CI +3.9%), % change +9.8%, and in Illinois should be 57.0% (CI +3.6%), % change +0.3%. The overall median pneumococcal coverage for adults aged >65 years should be 64.5%.

Table 2. The influenza vaccination coverage among adults aged 18--64 years with asthma in Hawaii should be 41.6% (CI = 33.5--50.3), and in Illinois should be 33.9% (CI = 28.5--39.8). The influenza vaccination coverage among adults aged 18--64 years with diabetes in Hawaii should be 61.1% (51.4--70.0), and in Illinois should be 37.2% (30.6--44.2). Pneumococcal vaccination coverage among adults aged 18--64 years with diabetes in Hawaii should be 29.0% (CI = 21.0--38.5), and in Illinois should be 26.7% (CI = 20.9--33.4).


 

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