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Child Vaccination Statistics

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Child Vaccination StatisticsData
Vaccinations are considered measles, mumps, rubella MMR, polio; hepatitis B and chickenpox
Percent of children who get vaccinated90 %
Percent of people ages 19-35 who are immunized75 %
Number of deaths prevented by vaccines over the past 20 years732,000
Percent of vaccinations that caused diarrhea and vomiting73 %
Number of measles cases reported this year592
Number of measles cases reported in 1958765,000
Vaccination Coverage for All 11 VaccinesPercent
State with the highest rate of vaccination coverage : Rhode Island82 %
State with the lowest rate of vaccination coverage : Arkansas57 %
Number of states with less than 90 % coverage of MMR vaccine17
Deaths among children under 5 from diseases that are preventablePercent
Number of deaths in 2008 that were preventable through vaccination1,500,000
Pneumoccocal diseases32 %
Rotavirus30 %
Hib13 %
Pertussis13 %
Measles8 %
Tetanus4 %
Percent of Kindergartners who reported exemption to vaccination (Top States)Percent
Vermont6.8 %
Illinois6.5 %
Oregon6.4 %
Washington5.9 %
Idaho5.8 %
Colorado5.5 %
Arizona5.2 %
Alaska5 %
Wisconsin4.7 %
Michigan4.4 %
Maine4.2 %
Lowest StatesPercent
Louisiana0.2 %
New Mexico0.25 %
Mississippi0.34 %
Alabama0.41 %
North Carolina0.58 %
Virginia0.64 %
Kentucky0.76 %
New York0.87 %
Delaware0.9 %
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: CDC
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 5, 2016

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