National Childhood Vaccination Rates and State/Community Data Infographic
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National childhood vaccination rates remain high, but children still at risk for disease.
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Knowing the vaccination rates in your community is important.
Unvaccinated people tend to cluster and put communities at risk for outbreaks of diseases like measles.
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Many states are making vaccination data available online so you can see local vaccine coverage and vaccine exemption data.
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To find out if your state makes this information available, check with your state health department or visit www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schoolvaxview-states
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Know the rates in your community and protect your child by vaccinating according to the recommended schedule.
Published August 27, 2015
Source: CDC, Vaccination Coverage Among Children in Kindergarten – United States, 2014-2015 School Year. MMWR. 2015;64:897-904
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