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"This report summarizes the results of the 2016/17 National Influenza Immunization Coverage Survey in Canada. Telephone interviews were conducted between February 14th, 2017 and March 5th, 2017, to collect information on uptake of the influenza vaccine during the 2016/17 season. In total, 2,024 Canadian adults were interviewed. Coverage was estimated for adults in general and specifically in two subgroups for which the vaccine is particularly recommended: seniors (65 years or older) and adults aged 18-64 years with a chronic medical condition (CMC). The uptake of vaccine in children inhabiting participants’ households was also measured (n=861)" - 2016/17 seasonal influenza vaccine coverage in Canada


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