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COVID-19 Vaccination Of People Experiencing Homelessness And Incarceration In Minnesota

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  1. Riley D. Shearer, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  2. Katherine Diaz Vickery ([email protected]), Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  3. Peter Bodurtha, Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute.
  4. Paul E. Drawz, University of Minnesota.
  5. Steve Johnson, University of Minnesota.
  6. Jessica Jeruzal, Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute.
  7. Stephen Waring, Essentia Health, Duluth, Minnesota.
  8. Alanna M. Chamberlain, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.
  9. Anupam B. Kharbanda, Children’s Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  10. Josh Leopold, Minnesota Department of Health, Saint Paul, Minnesota.
  11. Blair Harrison, Minnesota Department of Health.
  12. Hattie Hiler, Minnesota Housing, Saint Paul, Minnesota.
  13. Rohan Khazanchi, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska; University of Minnesota; Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute.
  14. Rebecca Rossom, HealthPartners Institute, Bloomington, Minnesota.
  15. Karen L. Margolis, HealthPartners Institute.
  16. Nayanjot Kaur Rai, University of Minnesota.
  17. Miriam Halstead Muscoplat, Minnesota Department of Health.
  18. Yue Yu, Mayo Clinic.
  19. R. Adams Dudley, University of Minnesota.
  20. Niall A. M. Klyn, Essentia Health.
  21. Tyler N. A. Winkelman, Hennepin Healthcare, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute.
PUBLISHED:No Accesshttps://doi.org/10.1377/hlthaff.2021.02030

We used data from a statewide public health–health system collaboration to describe trends in COVID-19 vaccination rates by racial and ethnic groups among people experiencing homelessness or incarceration in Minnesota. Vaccination completion rates among the general population and people incarcerated in state prisons were substantially higher than those among people experiencing homelessness or jail incarceration.

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