Fully immunized toddlers ages 19 to 35 months (series 4313314) in Michigan

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Vaccinations are a crucial defense for the health of all communities and our economy. Since their creation, vaccines have saved millions of lives. When the vast majority of a community is vaccinated for a particular disease and reaches “herd immunity,” it can prevent or stop the spread of infection. Based on research, the minimum immunization rate to reach herd immunity for different diseases ranges from 80% to over 90%. This is why any decline in vaccination rates is a threat to our most vulnerable, who may be unable to get vaccinated—like babies who aren’t old enough or children with weakened immune systems.  A majorly vaccinated community protects everyone, including adults and those who appear healthy.
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Definitions: The number of children ages 19 to 35 months with all immunizations 4313314. Data are taken from the December of the year listed. The percent is based on the population ages 19-35 months. An * indicates fewer than 6, so no percent is listed.

Data Source: Michigan Department of  Health and Human Services, Division of Immunization, Michigan Care Improvement Registry.

Footnotes: Schedule 4313314 includes: 4 or more doses of Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (DTaP/DTP/DT), 3 or more doses of Polio, 1 or more doses of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine, 3 or more doses of Haemophilus influenzae type B (hib) vaccine, 3 or more doses of hepatitis B vaccine, 1 or more dose of Varicella vaccine and 4 or more doses of Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV).