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Table 1.52f: Childhood Immunization by State, 2000

Percent of children age 19-35 months who received all recommended vaccinesa, by State, 2000
     
State Percent Standard error
United States 72.8 0.5
Alabama 76.1 2.4
Alaska 70.6 2.9
Arizona 67.2 2.3
Arkansas 67.1 2.9
California 72.3 1.8
Colorado 71.6 2.8
Connecticut 81.6 2.5
Delaware 70.0 2.9
District of Columbia 66.2 3.3
Florida 71.7 2.4
Georgia 77.7 2.3
Hawaii 72.8 3.1
Idaho 70.7 2.8
Illinois 71.2 2.4
Indiana 72.0 2.5
Iowa 82.5 2.5
Kansas 71.3 2.9
Kentucky 77.0 2.7
Louisiana 71.8 2.6
Maine 76.0 2.6
Maryland 75.4 2.4
Massachusetts 81.4 2.2
Michigan 73.7 2.5
Minnesota 82.4 2.5
Mississippi 75.9 2.8
Missouri 76.8 2.8
Montana 71.1 2.9
Nebraska 75.5 2.8
Nevada 69.1 2.8
New Hampshire 78.9 2.5
New Jersey 71.2 2.7
New Mexico 64.5 3.1
New York 72.3 2.0
North Carolina 82.8 2.2
North Dakota 80.3 2.4
Ohio 68.9 2.6
Oklahoma 68.3 3.0
Oregon 74.7 2.8
Pennsylvania 77.8 2.4
Rhode Island 80.5 2.3
South Carolina 78.5 2.7
South Dakota 73.6 2.8
Tennessee 76.8 2.1
Texas 63.5 2.0
Utah 68.2 3.0
Vermont 77.0 2.7
Virginia 70.7 3.1
Washington 72.5 2.1
West Virginia 71.9 3.1
Wisconsin 74.2 2.2
Wyoming 78.2 2.5

a  Percent of children, age 19 to 35 months, receiving at least four doses of diphtheria-tetanus-acellular pertussis (DTaP), at least three doses of polio, at least one dose of measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), at least three doses of Haemophilus influenzae B (Hib), and at least three doses of hepatitis B antigens.

Source:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics and National Immunization Program, National Immunization Survey.

Table 1.523: Childhood Immunization by State, 2001 Table 1.53a: National Childhood Immunization, 2001

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