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Child Vaccination Statistics

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Child Vaccination Statistics Data
Vaccinations are considered measles, mumps, rubella MMR, polio; hepatitis B and chickenpox
Percent of children who get vaccinated 90 %
Percent of people ages 19-35 who are immunized 75 %
Number of deaths prevented by vaccines over the past 20 years 732,000
Percent of vaccinations that caused diarrhea and vomiting 73 %
Number of measles cases reported this year 592
Number of measles cases reported in 1958 765,000
Vaccination Coverage for All 11 Vaccines Percent
State with the highest rate of vaccination coverage : Rhode Island 82 %
State with the lowest rate of vaccination coverage : Arkansas 57 %
Number of states with less than 90 % coverage of MMR vaccine 17
Deaths among children under 5 from diseases that are preventable Percent
Number of deaths in 2008 that were preventable through vaccination 1,500,000
Pneumoccocal diseases 32 %
Rotavirus 30 %
Hib 13 %
Pertussis 13 %
Measles 8 %
Tetanus 4 %
Percent of Kindergartners who reported exemption to vaccination (Top States) Percent
Vermont 6.8 %
Illinois 6.5 %
Oregon 6.4 %
Washington 5.9 %
Idaho 5.8 %
Colorado 5.5 %
Arizona 5.2 %
Alaska 5 %
Wisconsin 4.7 %
Michigan 4.4 %
Maine 4.2 %
Lowest States Percent
Louisiana 0.2 %
New Mexico 0.25 %
Mississippi 0.34 %
Alabama 0.41 %
North Carolina 0.58 %
Virginia 0.64 %
Kentucky 0.76 %
New York 0.87 %
Delaware 0.9 %
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: CDC
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 5, 2016

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