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Vol. 14 - No. 1
Up-To-Date By 2nd Birthday
% 4= 3= 1 = 3= 3= 1
90 Id 1 DD
BD Id B9.9
TO Id 79.9
SO Id B9.9
5D Id 59.9
4D Id 49.9
3D Id 39.9
1 Id 29.9
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4DTaP: 3Polio: 1MMR: 3Hib: 3HepB: lVaricella
STATEWIDE / COUNTYWIDE COVERAGE
Note: For various reasons data is not available for those counties portrayed in white on the above map. The county
may not have had a vaccine provider or may lack children in the 24 - 35 months of age cohort. Also, due to staff
shortage within the State Immunization Program, for the year 2007, some counties did not undergo an assessment.
Completed county wide vaccination coverage of children aged 24 through 35 months, as of April 1, 2007, and
assessed for completion by the second birthday for the tandem vaccine series 4DTaP: 3Polio: 1MMR: 3Hib:
3HepB: lVaricella (displayed on the state map above), represents an averaged percentage of all vaccination
provider data for any given county. The 2,855 children seen by providers represent 30.74% of the state’s birth
cohort for the time frame assessed. Aggregation of all county data reveals an averaged statewide provider-based
coverage, for the serial combination of 81.2%.
Fourth from Last
As published by CDC, at http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/stats-surv/nis/...
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