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Table 2 Logistic regression analysis of access to leave, time taken off work and compliance with quarantine recommendations (n = 133 households)*

From: Leave entitlements, time off work and the household financial impacts of quarantine compliance during an H1N1 outbreak

  Stayed at home all days No mixing with children No mixing with adults No trips Childcare by household members only Full compliance
  % OR (95%CI) % OR (95%CI) % OR (95%CI) % OR (95%CI) % OR (95%CI) % OR (95%CI)
No access to leave 75.0 1.00 75.0 1.00 61.5 1.00 88.5 1.00 88.5 1.00 46.2 1.00
Access to leave 87.7 2.07 (0.82-5.23) 80.3 1.24 (0.63- 2.45) 62.7 0.99 (0.54-1.82) 92.6 1.61 (0.49-5.28) 87.7 0.92 (0.41-2.05) 51.9 1.20 (0.62-2.34)
Did not take time off work 76.6 1.00 71.9 1.00 64.1 1.00 84.4 1.00 82.8 1.00 46.9 1.00
Took time off work 88.4 2.47 (1.17-5.22) 84.1 2.10 (0.71-6.19) 60.9 0.88 (0.32-2.40) 97.1 7.20 (1.42- 36.51) 92.8 2.69 (0.60-12.07) 52.2 1.27 (0.61-2.67)
  1. *Adjusted for highest level of parental education and household structure (single versus two parent).