Covid-19 Vaccine Acceptance in California State Prisons

Fernando Alarid-Escudero,  Profesor Investigador Titular de la División de Administración Pública, junto con Elizabeth T. Chin, David Leidner, Theresa Ryckman, Yiran E. Liu, Lea Prince, Jason R. Andrews, Joshua A. Salomon, Jeremy D. Goldhaber-Fiebert y David M. Studdert, escribieron: Covid-19 Vaccine Acceptance in California State Prisons en The New England Journal of Medicine.   Prisons and jails are high-risk settings for Covid-19, with case and mortality rates far exceeding those in the general community.1 More incarcerated people have died from Covid-19 in U.S. correctional facilities in the past year than died by capital punishment in the past 70 years.2 Some states, including California, have prioritized incarcerated people for vaccination. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) provided anonymized data at the person-day level for all California prison residents…

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