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Table 1.73b: Pneumonia Immunization by State, 2001

Percent of high risk persons age 18-64 who ever received a pneumococcal vaccination, by State, 2001a
State Percent Standard error
United States 18.4 0.5
Alabama 20.8 1.9
Alaska DNC DNC
Arizona DNC DNC
Arkansas 19.5 2.0
California DNC DNC
Colorado 22.2 2.2
Connecticut DNC DNC
Delaware DNC DNC
District of Columbia 15.8 2.5
Florida DNC DNC
Georgia DNC DNC
Hawaii DNC DNC
Illinois DNC DNC
Indiana DNC DNC
Iowa 18.5 1.7
Kansas DNC DNC
Kentucky DNC DNC
Louisiana DNC DNC
Maryland DNC DNC
Massachusetts DNC DNC
Michigan DNC DNC
Minnesota 15.7 1.4
Mississippi 17.8 1.6
Missouri 17.1 1.6
Montana 20.1 2.1
Nebraska DNC DNC
Nevada DNC DNC
New Hampshire DNC DNC
New Jersey DNC DNC
New Mexico DNC DNC
New York 17.9 1.5
North Carolina DNC DNC
North Dakota 21.3 2.1
Ohio 17.1 1.5
Oklahoma 21.1 1.5
Oregon DNC DNC
Pennsylvania DNC DNC
Rhode Island DNC DNC
South Carolina 16.9 1.6
South Dakota DNC DNC
Tennessee 17.3 1.7
Utah 23.1 2.1
Vermont DNC DNC
Virginia 18.3 1.9
Washington 19.0 1.5
West Virginia 18.7 1.6
Wisconsin DNC DNC
Wyoming 23.3 1.9

a Measure is age adjusted.

DNC - Data system does not collect data for this population.

Source:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.

Table 1.73a: National Pneumonia Immunization, 2000 Table 1.74a: National Pneumonia Immunization, 2000

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