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Table 2 Level of worry about COVID-19 infection and COVID-19 vaccine confidence and acceptance among pregnant women and 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)
Level of worry about COVID-19 infection    
 Worry Very worried 75 (43.9) 54 (30.7)
Somewhat worried 73 (42.7) 76 (43.2)
 No worry Not very worried 18 (10.5) 35 (19.9)
Not worried at all 5 (2.9) 11 (6.2)
Confidence in the safety of vaccination during pregnancy    
 Yes Strongly agree 14 (8.2) 16 (9.1)
Agree 56 (32.7) 66 (37.5)
 No Neutral 36 (21.1) 31 (17.6)
Disagree 46 (26.9) 41 (23.3)
Strongly disagree 19 (11.1) 22 (12.5)
Confidence in the efficacy of vaccination during pregnancy    
 Yes Strongly agree 12 (7.0) 19 (10.8)
Agree 61 (35.7) 61 (34.7)
 No Neutral 35 (20.5) 37 (21.0)
Disagree 49 (28.6) 40 (22.7)
Strongly disagree 14 (8.2) 19 (10.8)
Acceptance of vaccination during pregnancy    
 Yes Strongly agree 29 (16.9) 34 (19.3)
Agree 75 (43.9) 74 (42.1)
 No Neutral 27 (15.8) 22 (12.5)
Disagree 33 (19.3) 39 (22.1)
Strongly disagree 7 (4.1) 7 (4.0)
Accepted gestational age for vaccinationa (weeks)    
 < 14 (first trimester)   12 (11.5) 10 (9.3)
 14–28 (second trimester)   58 (55.8) 65 (60.2)
 > 28 (third trimester)   40 (38.5) 43 (39.8)
  1. Values are reported as n (%)
  2. COVID-19 coronavirus disease 2019
  3. aDetermined only in 104 women and 108 husbands who accepted vaccination during pregnancy. Each participant might accept more than one trimester of pregnancy