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The French domestic "sanitary pass" did not solve Covid-19 vaccination inequities in France

Abstract : The French sanitary pass led to an increase in vaccination rates in France, but local heterogeneities in vaccination rates remain. To identify potential determinants of these heterogeneities and how the French sanitary pass influenced them, we used a data-driven approach on exhaustive nationwide data, gathering 181 socioeconomic and geographic factors. Our analysis reveals that, both before and after the introduction of the French sanitary pass, factors with the largest impact are related to poverty, with the most deprived areas having greater than 10 times the odds of being among the districts with lower vaccination rates.
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Florence Débarre, Débarre Florence, Emmanuel Lecoeur, Guimier Lucie, Jauffret-Roustide Marie, et al.. The French domestic "sanitary pass" did not solve Covid-19 vaccination inequities in France. 2021. ⟨hal-03508547⟩

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