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With the ongoing discussion over a forthcoming COVID-19 vaccine and the willingness of Americans to receive one of the first round injections, vaccinations generally are once again at the forefront of the national conversation. Are they dangerous? Should you have one? What are the trade-offs? What are the risks of contracting what you are trying to prevent? What about compromised immune systems? There are many questions to ask and when cost and accessibility are just a couple of the components that contribute to the decision making process, which is why financial website WalletHub decided to take a deep dive into all of the factors.
WalletHub examined the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 18 key categories, including share of vaccinated children to share of people without health insurance to presence of reported measles outbreaks based on information from the Census Bureau, CDC, The Journal of Primary Prevention, and other sources. (Full methodology available here)
So, what were the findings? We take a look in this week’s Map Monday!
You can scroll over each state to see the ranking (Story continues below)
The Most Vaccinated States for 2020 are:
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