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"This report summarizes the results from the national 2017–2018 Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Coverage Survey. Respondents were questioned regarding their influenza vaccine uptake for the 2017–2018 season, reasons for vaccination or non-vaccination, knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs (KAB) regarding vaccination, and select demographic information. Results are described for all adults and for two sub-groups at increased risk for complications from influenza: adults aged 18–64 years with a chronic medical condition (CMC) and seniors aged 65 years and older." - Seasonal influenza vaccine coverage in Canada, 2017-2018


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