In June 1996, an experimental flu vaccine was trialled in a large country town on females only. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Three graphs (Bar chart, Pie chart, and line graph) are provided. Each graph has its own statistics. The Bar chart specifies the number of deaths from flu during the two specific time periods, i.e. from March to May and June to August. The Blue bar signifies Males deaths, and the Red bar signifies Female deaths from flu. The number of male deaths from March to May is one male, the number of male deaths from June to August raises to two, and the number of female deaths from June to August raises to four.
The Pie chart specifies the female recipients of new vaccine groups most at risk. The majority of the female recipients at risk are aged (over 65 years) are 35%, followed by 28% of the female recipients who are not given the vaccine, 24% of the female recipients are babies or children, and 13% of the female recipients are hospitalized.
The Line graph specifies the flu rates for males and females. The number of cases of flu drastically rises from the month of February and goes to the peak in the month of June respectively for males and females as well. The maximum number of flu cases involves females majorly.
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