Influenza Vaccination Coverage
Note: For the 2016-17 season, CDC recommends use of the flu shot (inactivated influenza vaccine or IIV) and the recombinant influenza vaccine (RIV). The nasal spray flu vaccine (live attenuated influenza vaccine or LAIV) should not be used during 2016-17. The 2016-17 influenza vaccination recommendations are now available.
The CDC estimates annual influenza vaccination coverage for the United States by utilizing data from several nationally representative surveys: the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), and the National Immunization Surveys-Flu (NIS-Flu). Internet panel surveys of adults, health care personnel, and pregnant women are also used. This page provides vaccination coverage estimates for 2016-17 and previous influenza seasons, reports, interactive figures, and data tables.
Results for the General Population
Results for Health Care Personnel
Results for Pregnant Women
FluVaxView Interactive!National and State-Level Data using Interactive Maps, Trend Lines, Bar Charts, Tables and More…
2016-17 SeasonCoverage Estimates for the 2016-17 Season...
2015-16 SeasonCoverage Estimates for the 2015-16 Season, Reports by General Population and Health Care Personnel...
Prior SeasonsCoverage Estimates and Reports of the 2014-15 and Earlier Flu Seasons...
Data SourcesInformation about the data sources, methods, and limitations…
Vaccination TrendsTables and Reports on Influenza Vaccination Trends across Seasons, Pneumococcal Vaccination Trends…
PublicationsFlu MMWR Reports, Presentation Slides, Journal Abstracts and Articles, and Related Websites…
Objectives, Targets, and IndicatorsHealthy people 2020 flu vaccination objectives, Chronic Disease Indicators for flu vaccination...
Vaccination of adults is an essential part of keeping adults healthy, and reducing the risk of illness, disability, and death due to vaccine preventable diseases. Learn more about adult vaccination.
- Page last reviewed: December 9, 2016
- Page last updated: December 9, 2016
- Content source:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD)
- Page maintained by: Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Digital Media Branch, Division of Public Affairs