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Volume 16, Number 2—February 2010

Research

Statewide School-located Influenza Vaccination Program for Children 5–13 Years of Age, Hawaii, USA

Paul V. Effler1Comments to Author , Carl Chu, Howard He, Kate Gaynor, Steve Sakamoto, Marcia Nagao, Lisa Mendez, and Sarah Y. Park
Author affiliations: State of Hawaii Department of Health, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

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Number and percentage of children 5–13 years of age receiving at least 1 dose of influenza vaccine through a school-located clinic, by year of age, Hawaii, USA, 2007–08 influenza season. White bars indicate number of children vaccinated; black line indicates percentage of children vaccinated.

Figure 2. Number and percentage of children 5–13 years of age receiving at least 1 dose of influenza vaccine through a school-located clinic, by year of age, Hawaii, USA, 2007–08 influenza season. White bars indicate number of children vaccinated; black line indicates percentage of children vaccinated.

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1Current affiliation: Department of Health, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

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