> Figure 2. Effect of exclusion criteria on overall vaccination uptake.

From "Expected Adverse Events in a Mass Smallpox Vaccination Campaign" Effective Clinical Practice, March/April 2002. 5:84-90.

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Figure 2. Effect of exclusion criteria on overall vaccination uptake. The white circles indicate high-risk individuals with eczema or immunocompromised individuals, who would never be vaccinated. The eccentric circles illustrate the effect of more or less restrictive exclusion criteria of potential contacts of high-risk individuals on the overall number of Americans vaccinated. The remaining area within the square represents the proportion of the U.S. population who could be vaccinated.

Figure 2. Effect of exclusion criteria on overall vaccination uptake. The white circles indicate high-risk individuals with eczema or immunocompromised individuals, who would never be vaccinated. The eccentric circles illustrate the effect of more or less restrictive exclusion criteria of potential contacts of high-risk individuals on the overall number of Americans vaccinated. The remaining area within the square represents the proportion of the U.S. population who could be vaccinated.

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