Influenza Vaccination Coverage Overall and by Race/Ethnicity, Children 6 months through 17 years, United States*
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- Influenza vaccination coverage among children is assessed through the National Immunization Survey-Flu (NIS-Flu) annually, providing weekly influenza vaccination coverage estimates for children 6 months–17 years based upon parental report.
- NIS-Flu is a national random-digit-dialed cellular telephone survey of households conducted during the flu season (October-June).
- Additional information about NIS-Flu methods and estimates from 2019-2020 season is available.
- Figure 2A. Weekly Cumulative Influenza Vaccination Coverage, Overall and by Race/Ethnicity, Children 6 Months—17 Years, United States, 2019-20 Compared with 2020-21, Data Source: NIS-Flu, Data are current through Week 15 ending April 17, 2021§ – View and Download Data
- Figure 2B. Weekly Cumulative Influenza Vaccination Coverage by Race/Ethnicity, Children 6 Months—17 Years, United States, 2019-20 Compared with 2020-21, Data Source: NIS-Flu, Data are current through Week 15 ending April 17, 2021§ – View and Download Data
*4/27/21 Update: Data and visualizations on this page are being updated and may not match landing page summary. Please email VaxView@cdc.gov with any questions.
§ For 2019-2020, Week 53 data are missing because there was no MMWR Week 53.
* The difference in coverage for each race/ethnicity group comparing 2019-20 and 2020-21 is statistically significantly different at p < 0.05.