# Table 6 Bivariate analysis of general characteristics and participants’ willingness to be vaccinated by a pharmacist

Variable Willingness to be vaccinated by a pharmacist Statistical test p-value
Yes
n = 474 (100%)
No
n = 1157 (100%)
Number (%) Number (%)
Age (years)
(mean ± SD) 32.5 ± 10.8 34.2 ± 10.6 Welch’s two sample t-test 0.0029
Sex
Male 132(42.6) 178(57.4) Pearson’s Chi-square test < 0.001
Female 341(25.8) 979(74.2)
N/A 1(100) 0(0.0)
Type of residence
Village 61(23.6) 197(76.4) Pearson’s Chi-square test 0.0375
City 412(30.0) 959(70.0)
N/A 1(50.0) 1(50.0)
Education level
Primary 14(53.9) 12(46.1) Pearson’s Chi-square test 0.0192
Secondary 245(28.5) 614(71.5)
Tertiary 214(28.8) 530(71.2)
N/A 1(50.0) 1(50.0)
Occupational risk a
Yes 122(23.8) 390 (76.2) Pearson’s Chi-square test 0.0014
No 352(31.6) 762(68.4)
N/A 0(0.0) 5(100)
Health conditions risk b
Yes 179(28.4) 452(71.6) Pearson’s Chi-square test 0.6238
No 295(29.5) 705 (70.5)
Vaccinated
Yes 116(58.0) 84(42.0) Pearson’s Chi-square test < 0.001
No 358(25.0) 1073(75.0)
Knowledge (n = 1609)
(mean ± SD) 79.3 ± 12.4 69.8 ± 15.5 Welch’s two sample t-test < 0.001
1. aOccupational risk factors include participants who have at least one of the following statuses: students in the healthcare field; work in health care services; social institution/long care term facility; nursery school/kindergarten; livestock or animal transfer (swine, poultry, horse); poultry processing or abattoir; work with immigrants/foreign people
2. bHealth risk factors include participants who had at least one of following conditions in the previous year: heart failure; coronary artery disease; chronic pulmonary disease; immune disease; taking immunosuppressive drugs; inflammatory bowel disease; chronic liver disease; chronic kidney disease; pregnancy/planning pregnancy; disabled (physically); smoker