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Table 1 Population characteristics of Latinx cohorts in San Francisco Bay Area

From: Household and social characteristics associated with COVID-19 vaccine intent among Latino families in the San Francisco Bay Area

Cohort name Telomeres at birth (TAB)
Mean ± SD (or %)
(n = 211)
Hispanic, eating and nutrition (HEN) & Latino, eating and diabetes (LEAD) (n = 108)
Household specifics   
 No. of people in household 4.7 ± 1.9 5.11 ± 1.82
 No. of children in household 2.1 ± 0.96 2.6 ± 1.03
Languages spoken at home   
 English 64.6% (135/209) 6.5% (7/107)
 Spanish 32.1% (67/209) 93.5% (100/107)
 Bilingual (English & Spanish) 3.4% (7/209) N/A
Maternal age   
 Age (years) 35.4 ± 5.6 37.4 ± 6.8
Maternal marital status   
 Married/Living with partner 91.4% (191/209) 51.4% (55/107)
 Single/Other 8.5% (17/209) 48.6% (52/107)
Maternal high school education   
 Has high school diploma 81.8% (171/209)  
 No high school diploma 18.2% (38/209)  
 Less than or equal to high school/GED   83.2% (89/107)
Household socioeconomic status   
 Number sharing bathroom (persons) 3.4 ± 1.7 4.2 ± 1.6
 Number sharing bedroom (persons) 2.4 ± 1.0 2.4 ± 1.1
 Household food insecurity during COVID-19 lockdowns 34.1% (63/185) 64.5% (60/93)
 No adult employed in household during COVID-19 lockdowns 23.2% (43/185) 55.4% (56/83)
Ethnicity/ethnic identity and place of birth   
 Mexican/Mexican–American 31.0% (64/210) 55.9% (57/102)
 Central American 29.5% (62/210) 39.2% (40/102)
 South American 8.1% (17/210) 4.9% (5/102)
 Caribbean 1.9% (4/210) N/A
 Spain/Portugal 6.7% (14/210) N/A
 Spanish language (primary) 64.6% (135/209) 93.5% (100/107)
 Foreign born Not Available 93.5% (101/108)
COVID-19 infection in household   
 Anyone in household previously or currently infected with COVID-19 21.4% (45/210) 38.0% (41/108)