Weekly National Flu Vaccination Dashboard
The Weekly National Influenza (Flu) Vaccination Dashboard is an exploratory data product designed to share preliminary weekly influenza vaccination data, including coverage estimates, using existing and new data sources. The data will be updated regularly throughout the 2021-22 influenza season as new data become available. Please email to share any feedback.
- Healthcare Providers: Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine every season with rare exceptions. Vaccination is particularly important for people who are at higher risk of serious complications from influenza.
- Partners: CDC’s seasonal flu vaccination campaign materials are available.
- Everyone: You can get a COVID-19 vaccine and a flu vaccine at the same time. Other Flu FAQs.
(Source: Indian Health Service)
The Indian Health Service’s (IHS) Influenza-like Illness Awareness System (IIAS) captures flu vaccination coverage among American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) patients who received care in an IHS and in some Tribal or Urban Indian (I/T/U) healthcare facilities.
The health care personnel flu vaccine coverage is captured through the IHS National Immunization Reporting System (NIRS) and includes employees who work in IHS and in some tribal and urban healthcare facilities.
There may be gaps in both the IIAS and NIRS systems since not all I/T/U healthcare facilities report.
- As of October 8, 2021, 128.6 million doses of flu vaccine have been distributed in the United States. Supply data for this and previous seasons are available.
- For children, flu vaccination coverage is estimated at 21.9% as of the week ending October 16, 2021(MMWR Week 41), which is lower than the 28.3% coverage estimated during the same time in 2020 (MMWR Week 42).
- For pregnant persons, flu vaccination coverage at the end of September 2021 is estimated at 23%, which is lower than the 38% who were vaccinated by the end of September 2020.
- Coverage by race/ethnicity by the end of September 2021 is 11% for non-Hispanic Black, 23% for non-Hispanic White, 23% for Hispanic/Latino, 24% for non-Hispanic Other race/ethnicity, and 30% for non-Hispanic Asian pregnant persons.
- 23.4% have received a flu vaccine, 34.4% plan to receive it, 16.8% are not sure if they will receive it, and 25.4% do not plan to receive it.
- 70.7% of adults who are vaccinated or definitely plan to get a COVID-19 vaccine have received or intend to receive a flu vaccine for the 2021-22 season, compared with 7.5% of adults who probably or definitely will not get COVID-19 vaccine.
- Among adults 18 and older, as of October 9, 2021:
- The number of vaccinations administered in pharmacies was 11.5 million compared with 17.4 million during the same time in 2020.
- The number of vaccinations administered in physician medical offices was 7.0 million, 2021 compared with 8.0 million during the same time in 2020.