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Errata: Vol. 59, No. SS-1

In the Surveillance Summary, "Surveillance of Health Behaviors and Conditions Among States and Selected Local Areas --- Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, United States, 2007," on page 43, certain confidence limits were omitted on the first page of Table 12. The correct table appears on page 199.

TABLE 12. Estimated prevalence of adults aged ≥65 years who had ever received a pneumococcal vaccination, by county --- Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), United States, 2007

County

Sample Size

%

SE*

95% CI

Jefferson County, Alabama

176

65.0

4.2

(56.7--73.2)

Mobile County, Alabama

161

62.6

4.5

(53.7--71.4)

Montgomery County, Alabama

83

N/A

N/A

N/A

Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

112

N/A

N/A

N/A

Anchorage Municipality, Alaska

57

N/A

N/A

N/A

Maricopa County, Arizona

224

65.1

3.6

(58.0--72.1)

Pima County, Arizona

233

79.4

3.0

(73.5--85.2)

Pinal County, Arizona

140

N/A

N/A

N/A

Santa Cruz County, Arizona

128

N/A

N/A

N/A

Yuma County, Arizona

193

70.1

3.7

(62.8--77.3)

Benton County, Arkansas

113

65.4

4.8

(55.9--74.8)

Pulaski County, Arkansas

182

69.3

3.7

(62.0--76.5)

Washington County, Arkansas

82

N/A

N/A

N/A

Alameda County, California

58

N/A

N/A

N/A

Los Angeles County, California

165

56.1

4.7

(46.8--65.3)

Riverside County, California

114

N/A

N/A

N/A

San Bernardino County, California

66

N/A

N/A

N/A

San Diego County, California

138

66.7

4.9

(57.0--76.3)

Adams County, Colorado

163

68.4

4.1

(60.3--76.4)

Arapahoe County, Colorado

247

76.8

2.9

(71.1--82.4)

Boulder County, Colorado

156

70.5

4.1

(62.4--78.5)

Denver County, Colorado

341

74.8

2.6

(69.7--79.8)

Douglas County, Colorado

75

86.7

3.9

(79.0--94.3)

El Paso County, Colorado

278

70.7

3.0

(64.8--76.5)

Jefferson County, Colorado

305

78.8

2.6

(73.7--83.8)

Larimer County, Colorado

176

73.9

3.6

(66.8--80.9)

Weld County, Colorado

106

71.6

4.9

(61.9--81.2)

Fairfield County, Connecticut

654

63.2

2.5

(58.3--68.1)

Hartford County, Connecticut

501

65.2

2.5

(60.3--70.1)

Middlesex County, Connecticut

88

N/A

N/A

N/A

New Haven County, Connecticut

583

63.7

2.5

(58.8--68.6)

New London County, Connecticut

158

68.4

4.1

(60.3--76.4)

Tolland County, Connecticut

82

N/A

N/A

N/A

Kent County, Delaware

307

73.5

2.7

(68.2--78.7)

New Castle County, Delaware

314

68.9

3.0

(63.0--74.7)

Sussex County, Delaware

410

76.5

2.4

(71.7--81.2)

District of Columbia, District of Columbia

925

55.1

1.9

(51.3--58.8)

Alachua County, Florida

160

67.6

4.5

(58.7--76.4)

Baker County, Florida

119

N/A

N/A

N/A

Bay County, Florida

141

58.9

4.9

(49.2--68.5)

Brevard County, Florida

197

69.8

3.9

(62.1--77.4)

Broward County, Florida

150

55.0

4.5

(46.1--63.8)

Citrus County, Florida

257

66.9

3.4

(60.2--73.5)

Clay County, Florida

117

N/A

N/A

N/A

Collier County, Florida

273

71.6

3.5

(64.7--78.4)

Columbia County, Florida

157

66.8

4.7

(57.5--76.0)

DeSoto County, Florida

270

78.7

4.9

(69.0--88.3)

Duval County, Florida

443

64.0

2.6

(58.9--69.0)

Escambia County, Florida

146

64.6

4.3

(56.1--73.0)

Flagler County, Florida

189

69.0

3.9

(61.3--76.6)

Gadsden County, Florida

115

N/A

N/A

N/A

Gilchrist County, Florida

107

N/A

N/A

N/A

Hardee County, Florida

204

N/A

N/A

N/A

Hendry County, Florida

148

N/A

N/A

N/A

Hernando County, Florida

230

71.0

3.3

(64.5--77.4)

Highlands County, Florida

379

67.0

3.3

(60.5--73.4)

Hillsborough County, Florida

140

56.2

4.8

(46.7--65.6)

Jefferson County, Florida

129

67.9

4.9

(58.2--77.5)

Lake County, Florida

271

69.0

3.3

(62.5--75.4)

Lee County, Florida

199

67.5

3.8

(60.0--74.9)

Leon County, Florida

117

75.6

5.0

(65.8--85.4)

Manatee County, Florida

210

76.2

3.1

(70.1--82.2)


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