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Table 1 Number of users in each of the eight AAJT care services studied and according to study group

From: Factors associated with SARS-CoV2 infection and care pathways among the most vulnerable populations living in Marseille: a case control study

AAJT services Users (n = 64) Covid-19 case group
(n = 29)
Control group
(n = 35)
Support for young adults 3.45% (1) 8.57% (3) 6.25% (4)
Reception Centre for Asylum Seekers 13.79% (4) 2.86% (1) 7.81% (5)
Social Residence for Young Workers 13.79% (4) 20% (7) 17.19% (11)
Social integration facilities 10.35% (3) 31.43% (11) 21.88% (14)
Emergency accommodations 6.90% (2) 11.43% (4) 9.38% (6)
Social Housing for Children (Collective) 10.35% (3) 5.71% (2) 7.81% (5)
Social Housing for Children (Diffuse) 37.93% (11) 14.29% (5) 25% (16)
Professional & social inclusion facilities 3.45% (1) 5.71% (2) 4.69% (3)
  1. *AAJT: Association for Helping Young Workers