Vaccination is an important part of keeping children healthy and protected from potentially serious diseases, like measles and whooping cough. The CDC’s recommended immunization schedule helps protect children from 14 serious diseases by 2 years old.
Local, state, and federal health departments use surveys and other data sources such as Immunization Information Systems (IIS) to estimate vaccination coverage (the proportion of children receiving vaccinations) and identify where additional efforts are needed to increase vaccination coverage. ChildVaxView is designed to help you access survey data collected by CDC and translate data into action.
ChildVaxView Interactive!Find national, regional, state, and selected local area data using interactive maps, trend lines, bar charts, tables, and more.
Publications and PresentationsRead MMWR articles, reports, and presentations related to childhood vaccination coverage.
ChildVaxView Data SourceLearn how CDC estimates childhood vaccination coverage, including where we get our data.
Objectives, Targets, and IndicatorsLearn about the childhood Healthy People 2020 vaccination objectives and Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) measures.
- Page last reviewed: October 6, 2016
- Page last updated: October 6, 2016
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