Immunizations ages 19 to 35 months, 2016

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Vaccines help protect infants, children, and teens from serious diseases. Getting childhood vaccines allows children to develop immunity against diseases before they come into contact with them.
It also helps keep the community safe from these diseases spreading in families, schools, child care and in the broader community.  For more info, see CDC Vaccines- Who and when

What the data shows
In 2016, Aroostook, Franklin and Washington Counties had the highest rate for child immunization, between 86% and 87%. Sagadahoc and Waldo Counties had the lowest rate for child immunizations at 51% and 60% respectively.
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