Immunization rates reports and data

 
  • Colorado's 2016-2017 school and child care immunization data website is a resource for families, schools, local public health agencies and health care providers.​
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Childhood immunization rates
 
National Immunization Survey 
  • These surveys provide national and state estimates of vaccination coverage among 19-35 month olds. Data include immunization rates across years for  DTaP, MMR, polio, hib, hepatitis B, varicella, PCV, rotavirus and hepatitis A, and vaccine series.
 
  • County map of vaccine series rates.
 
Kindergarten school immunization survey
  • This annual survey of kindergarten assesses immunization rates at school entry. The results include immunization, exemption and compliance rates for Colorado kindergartners.
 
  • Hepatitis B vaccine birth dose rate by year.
 
 
Teen immunization rates
 
  • This survey provides national and state estimates of vaccination coverage among teens 13-17 years. Data includes immunization rates for Tdap, MCV, and HPV.
 
  •  County maps of HPV, MCV and Tdap
 
 
Adult immunization rates
 
  • A telephone survey of Colorado residents that collects data about health and related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use or preventative services. Includes information on pneumococcal, flu, Tdap, HPV, and tetanus vaccines.
 
  • This is a surveillance system is designed to identify and monitor behaviors and experiences of women before, during, and after pregnancy. Data includes Tdap and flu vaccines and insurance status.
 
 
Flu immunization rates
 
  • The CDC estimates annual flu immunization coverage for the United States by using data from several national surveys. Data includes flu immunization rates across years by age group and ethnicity.
 
Influenza vaccination coverage report for Colorado health care workers