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Table 2 Influenza vaccination uptake in 2012/13 and 2013/14

From: Why are older adults and individuals with underlying chronic diseases in Germany not vaccinated against flu? A population-based study

  2012/13 % (95 % CI)a 2013/14 % (95 % CI)a
Total 30.2 (27.3–33.4) 26.6 (23.8–29.6)
Sex
 Male 29.4 (25.2–34.1) 22.0 (18.5–26.0)
 Female 31.0 (26.9–35.3) 30.8 (26.7–35.1)
Age
 18–39 years 15.3 (10.8–21.3) 9.9 (6.7–14.6)
 40–59 years 23.3 (18.8–28.7) 18.2 (14.1–23.2)
 ≥60 years 50.0 (45.2–54.8) 49.4 (44.6–54.2)
  60–69 years 40.6 (34.1–47.4) 39.4 (32.9–46.3)
  70–79 years 58.5 (50.7–66.0) 59.2 (51.4–66.5)
  ≥80 years 55.7 (42.5–68.1) 53.5 (40.5–66.0)
Underlying chronic disease
 Yes 41.5 (36.5–46.7) 40.4 (35.4–45.6)
  <60 years 24.1 (17.8–31.9) 22.6 (16.4–30.2)
  ≥60 years 56.6 (50.3–62.7) 56.3 (50.1–62.3)
 No 23.0 (19.5–27.0) 17.4 (14.5–20.8)
  <60 years 17.7 (13.9–22.4) 11.0 (8.2–14.6)
  ≥60 years 40.5 (33.2–48.2) 38.4 (31.3–46.0)
Place of residence
 Eastern Federal States 44.4 (37.5–51.5) 38.7 (32.1–45.6)
 Western Federal States 27.0 (23.8–30.4) 23.5 (20.6–26.7)
  1. a Weighted data