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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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Figure 3

Vaccination rate ranking, by school (grades K–8), public and private schools, Hawaii, USA, 2007–08 influenza season. Black line indicates public schools ranked 1–208 (left to right); gray line indicates private schools ranked 1–83 (left to right). Vertical line indicates the median.

Figure 3. Vaccination rate ranking, by school (grades K–8), public and private schools, Hawaii, USA, 2007–08 influenza season. Black line indicates public schools ranked 1–208 (left to right); gray line indicates private schools ranked 1–83 (left to right). Vertical line indicates the median.

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

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