MULTIGENERATIONAL FAMILIES AT RISK-TO UNVACCINATED CALIFORNIA K-12

MULTIGENERATIONAL FAMILIES AT RISK-TO UNVACCINATED CALIFORNIA K-12

Nov 01 , 2021

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Oceanside, California—Despite the reopening of the K-12 schools, many parents are still against vaccinations for their children, which is becoming a concern on the state level. Although the CDC statistics support that the K-12 demographic is less susceptible to severe illness or death, it does not help the virus contagion metrics.

From 2011 to the present, the multigenerational household has grown up to 271 percent, which increases the contagion of the Delta Variant, an event to those generational households who are fully vaccinated. Therefore, what is the benchmark where the California school districts can draw on mitigating the contagion?

Generations United estimates 66.7 million adults ages 18+ in the U.S. live in a multigenerational household: that's more than 1 in 4 Americans. Among those living in a multigenerational family, nearly 6 in 10 (57%) say they started or are continuing to live together because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and more than 7 in 10 (72%) of those currently living in a multigenerational household plan to continue doing so long-term.

Among those living in a multigenerational family, nearly 6 in 10 (57%) say they started or are will continue to live together because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and more than 7 in 10 (72%) of those currently living in a multigenerational household plan to continue doing so long-term.

Fact Sheet on Multigenerational household-English
Fact Sheet on Multigenerational household-Spanish

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