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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of pregnant women and their spouses

From: Acceptance of COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy among Thai pregnant women and their spouses: a prospective survey

Characteristic Pregnant women Spouses
  (n = 171) (n = 176)
Age (years) 28 (23–33) 30 (25–35)
Prepregnancy body mass index (kg/m2)   
 < 18.5 25 (14.6)
 18.5–24.9 82 (48.0)
 25.0–29.9 37 (21.6)
 ≥ 30.0 27 (15.8)
Gestational age (weeks) 26 (18–31)
Number of ANC visits   
 1–3 51 (29.8)
 4–7 88 (51.5)
 ≥ 8 32 (18.7)
Number of children   
 0 78 (45.6) 83 (47.1)
 1 67 (39.2) 67 (38.1)
 ≥ 2 26 (15.2) 26 (14.8)
Education   
 Primary education 14 (8.2) 13 (7.4)
 Secondary education 97 (56.7) 105 (59.7)
 College 16 (9.4) 17 (9.6)
 Bachelor’s degree or higher 44 (25.7) 41 (23.3)
Occupation   
 Public officer 18 (10.5) 32 (18.2)
 Business owner 17 (9.9) 22 (12.5)
 Employee 76 (44.5) 116 (65.9)
 Unemployment 60 (35.1) 6 (3.4)
Monthly income   
 < $500 106 (62.0) 65 (36.9)
 $500–$999 58 (33.9) 94 (53.4)
 ≥ $1000 7 (4.1) 17 (9.7)
Public health insurance coverage   
 Yes 158 (92.4) 64 (36.4)
  Civil servant medical benefit scheme 18 (10.5) 26 (14.8)
  Social security scheme 15 (8.8) 14 (8.0)
  Universal coverage scheme 125 (73.1) 24 (13.6)
 No 13 (7.6) 112 (63.6)
Underlying diseasea   
 Diabetes/gestational diabetes 19 (11.1) 3 (1.7)
 Hypertension 2 (1.2) 5 (2.8)
 Obesity 27 (15.8) 5 (2.8)
 Other chronic diseasesb 7 (4.1) 1 (0.6)
Any underlying disease   
 Yes 43 (25.1) 13 (7.4)
 No 128 (74.9) 163 (92.6)
History of receiving a seasonal flu this year   
 Yes 39 (22.8) 16 (9.1)
 No 132 (77.2) 160 (90.9)
History of receiving COVID-19 vaccine   
 Yes 0 (0) 79 (44.9)
 No 171 (100) 97 (55.1)
Having relative(s) who had already received COVID-19 vaccine   
 Yes 100 (58.5) 110 (62.5)
 No 71 (41.5) 66 (37.5)
Having relative(s) with COVID-19 infection   
 Yes 9 (5.3) 16 (9.1)
 No 162 (94.7) 160 (90.9)
  1. Values are reported as the median (IQR) or n (%)
  2. ANC antenatal care, COVID-19 coronavirus disease 2019, IQR interquartile range
  3. aEach participant might have had more than one disease
  4. bIncluding cancer and chronic lung, kidney, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases