1 in 5 ignores COVID guidelines in California – Daily News

1 in 5 ignores COVID guidelines in California – Daily News

— More than one in five California adults said they never or only sometimes followed state guidelines — More than half of California adults said they did gather with people outside of their household when the state guidelines were still in effect — Adults who would not get the vaccine were less likely to follow state and local guidelines

“Policymakers, health experts, community organizations, researchers, and others look to the California Health Interview Survey for credible and comprehensive data on the health of Californians,” said Ninez Ponce, director of the UCLA center and CHIS principal investigator. “Following various safety precautions is a vital part of the state’s recovery from COVID-19, so the information provided can help groups who are trying to increase vaccination rates, give financial assistance, or simply access resources on staying healthy as we make our way out of this pandemic.” The survey also continued to ask about whether they would get the vaccine and if they had already received at least one dose. Personal impact questions, such as whether respondents lost their job or had difficulties paying for rent or mortgage and basic needs, were also asked.

Key findings include: The 2021 CHIS COVID-19 Preliminary Estimates Dashboard, which uses survey data collected during March and April, introduces questions on risk reduction behaviors such as frequency of wearing face coverings, hand-sanitizing or washing, and whether respondents practiced physical distancing or gathered with people who weren’t in their household.

— Adults with the lowest incomes were more than twice as likely as those with highest incomes to ever test positive for COVID-19 — Uninsured adults were more likely to have a positive test result — Latinos were more likely than whites to ever have received a positive test result for COVID-19

— The poorest adults were more likely to report that they would not get the vaccine, compared to adults with the highest income levels; — More than one in 10 — 12% — adults stated that they would not get the vaccine

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