DTaP Vaccine

(Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine)

Children 24 months old, ≥4 doses

MMR Vaccine

(measles, mumps, rubella vaccine)

Children 24 months old, ≥1 dose

Varicella Vaccine

Children 24 months old, ≥1 dose

Combined 7-Vaccine Series

Children 24 months old

Influenza Vaccine

Children 24 months old, >2 doses at least 24 days apart

HPV Vaccine

(Human papillomavirus)

Adolescents 13–17 years old, up-to-date

Outbreak

Learn more about rates and immunity:

Learn more about individual outbreaks:

How to explore the interactive map

Track recent disease outbreaks and learn about immunity

Learn about vaccination gaps related to insurance, race and ethnicity, poverty, and geographic area

Track COVID-19 vaccination rates

Outbreaks and Immunity

Travel and close community contact can reintroduce diseases previously lessened or declared eliminated. “Community Immunity” is achieved only when high percentages of a population are immunized. Without community immunity, outbreaks of deadly diseases continue to occur.

CALIFORNIA (STATEWIDE)

Disease:

Pertussis

Cases:

Pertussis

Pertussis

Pertussis

CALIFORNIA (STATEWIDE)

Disease:

Pertussis

Cases:

Pertussis

Pertussis

Pertussis


Disease:

Pertussis

Cases:

Pertussis

Pertussis

Pertussis

COVID-19 Pandemic

SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, is widespread throughout the United States. In March 2020, the World Health Organization categorized COVID-19 as a pandemic.

More information about the COVID-19 pandemic:

MEASLES

Cases by year

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Significant outbreaks

Ocean County, New Jersey and nearby counties

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Hennepin, Ramsey, LeSueur, and Crow Wing counties, Minnesota

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Rockland County, New York and nearby counties

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Clark County, Washington

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Ocean County, New Jersey and nearby counties

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Measles resources for healthcare providers:

MUMPS

Cases by year

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Significant outbreaks

Multistate (6), originated from wedding in Nebraska

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Detention Facilities Housing Detained Migrants (8 facilities in TX, 6 in five other states)

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University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

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Mumps resources for healthcare providers:

PERTUSSIS (WHOOPING COUGH)

Cases by year

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Pertussis resources for healthcare providers:

The State of Alabama’s Child Vaccination Rates

How Alabama Compares with National Rates

Alabama

US

Healthy People 2030 Target

DTaP vaccine (≥4 doses) in children 24 months old

84.1%

84.1%

84.1%

MMR vaccine (≥1 dose) in children 24 months old

84.1%

84.1%

84.1%

Varicella vaccine (≥1 dose) in children 24 months old

84.1%

84.1%

Influenza vaccine (>2 doses at least 24 days apart) in children 24 months old

84.1%

84.1%

84.1%

Combined 7-vaccine series in children 24 months old

84.1%

84.1%

HPV vaccine rates for all adolescents 13-17 years old

54.7%

Alabama females

54.7%

Alabama males

54.7%

US females

54.7%

US males

HPV vaccine rates for all adolescents

84.1%

84.1%

84.1%

Why We Need to Keep Vaccinating

When more people are vaccinated in a community, it is harder for a virus or bacteria to spread

= Sick

= Vaccinated

= Healthy

Few vaccinated people

Quick disease spread

Few vaccinated people = Quick disease spread

Many vaccinated people

Slow disease spread

Many vaccinated people = Slow disease spread

How Alabama Compares with Community Immunity Thresholds (CIT)

Thresholds indicate the percentage of vaccinated people needed to maintain community immunity. Not all diseases have defined thresholds.

DTaP vaccine (≥4 doses) in children 24 months old

84.1%

Alabama

83-85%

CIT (diphtheria)

83-85%

CIT (pertussis)

MMR vaccine (≥1 dose) in children 24 months old

84.1%

Alabama

83-85%

CIT (measles)

83-85%

CIT (mumps)

83-85%

CIT (rubella)

Vaccine exemptions can prevent communities from reaching these thresholds for immunity.

Yes

Religious exemptions allowed?

Yes

Philosophical exemptions allowed?

Learn More About How to Keep Your Children Healthy

Vaccine Access and Equity in the U.S.

Every child deserves the same opportunity to live a healthy life. In the United States, vaccination rates show clear disparities depending on insurance status, race and ethnicity, poverty level, and geographic area. When health systems, healthcare providers and communities acknowledge the root causes of health inequity, we can work together to increase everyone's access to vaccines and their benefits. Some drivers of health inequities include wealth/income, housing conditions, access to health services, employment, education, transportation, social support/environment, language barriers, public safety, and environmental conditions.

Demographic Disparities in...

% of children 24 months old who have received ≥4 doses

83-85%

CIT (diphtheria)

83-85%

CIT (pertussis)

US Average

84.1%

Community Immunity Thresholds (CIT) indicate the percentage of vaccinated people needed to maintain community immunity — not all diseases have defined thresholds

By insurance status

84.1%

Private

84.1%

Medicaid

84.1%

Other insurance

84.1%

Uninsured

By race/ethnicity

White (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Black (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Hispanic:

84.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native:

84.1%

Asian (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Multiple Race (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

By poverty level

At or above poverty level

84.1%

Below poverty level

84.1%

By geography (metropolitan statistical area )

84.1%

Rural or small town (non-MSA)

84.1%

Suburban (MSA non-principal)

84.1%

Urban (MSA principal city)

% of children 24 months old who have received ≥1 dose

83-85%

CIT (measles)

83-85%

CIT (mumps)

83-85%

CIT (rubella)

US Average

84.1%

Community Immunity Thresholds (CIT) indicate the percentage of vaccinated people needed to maintain community immunity — not all diseases have defined thresholds

By insurance status

84.1%

Private

84.1%

Medicaid

84.1%

Other insurance

84.1%

Uninsured

By race/ethnicity

White (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Black (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Hispanic:

84.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native:

84.1%

Asian (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Multiple Race (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

By poverty level

At or above poverty level

84.1%

Below poverty level

84.1%

By geography (metropolitan statistical area )

84.1%

Rural or small town (non-MSA)

84.1%

Suburban (MSA non-principal)

84.1%

Urban (MSA principal city)

% of children 24 months old who have received ≥1 dose

US average

84.1%

By insurance status

84.1%

Private

84.1%

Medicaid

84.1%

Other insurance

84.1%

Uninsured

By race/ethnicity

White (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Black (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Hispanic:

84.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native:

84.1%

Asian (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Multiple Race (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

By poverty level

At or above poverty level

84.1%

Below poverty level

84.1%

By geography (metropolitan statistical area )

84.1%

Rural or small town (non-MSA)

84.1%

Suburban (MSA non-principal)

84.1%

Urban (MSA principal city)

% of children 24 months old who have received:

  • ≥4 doses of DTaP
  • ≥3 doses of Polio vaccine
  • ≥1 dose of measles-containing vaccine
  • The full series of Hib (≥3 or ≥4 doses, depending on product type)
  • ≥3 doses of HepB
  • ≥1 dose of VAR
  • ≥4 doses of PCV
US average

84.1%

By insurance status

84.1%

Private

84.1%

Medicaid

84.1%

Other insurance

84.1%

Uninsured

By race/ethnicity

White (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Black (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Hispanic:

84.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native:

84.1%

Asian (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Multiple Race (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

By poverty level

At or above poverty level

84.1%

Below poverty level

84.1%

By geography (metropolitan statistical area )

84.1%

Rural or small town (non-MSA)

84.1%

Suburban (MSA non-principal)

84.1%

Urban (MSA principal city)

% of children 24 months old who have received ≥2 doses at least 24 days apart

US average

84.1%

By insurance status

84.1%

Private

84.1%

Medicaid

84.1%

Other insurance

84.1%

Uninsured

By race/ethnicity

White (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Black (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Hispanic:

84.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native:

84.1%

Asian (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

Multiple Race (non-Hispanic):

84.1%

By poverty level

At or above poverty level

84.1%

Below poverty level

84.1%

By geography (metropolitan statistical area )

84.1%

Rural or small town (non-MSA)

84.1%

Suburban (MSA non-principal)

84.1%

Urban (MSA principal city)

% of adolescents 13–17 years old who are up-to-date on HPV vaccine

All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

84.1%

By insurance status

Private

84.1%

All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

Medicaid

84.1%

All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

Other Insurance

84.1%

All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

Uninsured

84.1%

All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

By race/ethnicity

White (non-Hispanic)
All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

84.1%

Black (non-Hispanic)
All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

84.1%

Hispanic
All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

84.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native
All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

84.1%

Asian (non-Hispanic)
All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

84.1%

Multiple Race (non-Hispanic)
All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

84.1%

By poverty level

HPV vaccination rates by poverty level are only available stratified by urbanicity or metropolitan statistical area .

At or above poverty level

Below poverty level

Rural or small town (non-MSA)
All adolescents (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

Female (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

Male (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

All adolescents (Below poverty level)

84.1%

Female (Below poverty level)

84.1%

Male (Below poverty level)

84.1%

Suburban (MSA non-principal)
All adolescents (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

Female (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

Male (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

All adolescents (Below poverty level)

84.1%

Female (Below poverty level)

84.1%

Male (Below poverty level)

84.1%

Urban (MSA principal city)
All adolescents (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

Female (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

Male (At or above poverty level)

84.1%

All adolescents (Below poverty level)

84.1%

Female (Below poverty level)

84.1%

Male (Below poverty level)

84.1%

By geography (metropolitan statistical area )

Rural or small town (non-MSA)

84.1%

All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

Suburban (MSA non-principal)

84.1%

All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

Urban (MSA principal city)

84.1%

All adolescents

84.1%

Female

84.1%

Male

Location Name

Disease:

Pertussis

Cases:

Pertussis

Pertussis

Pertussis

Location Name

Disease:

Pertussis

Cases:

Pertussis

Pertussis

Pertussis


Disease:

Pertussis

Cases:

Pertussis

Pertussis

Pertussis

Location Name

84.1%

84.1%

84.1%

84.1%

84.1%

84.1%

Yes

Religious exemptions

No

Philosophical exemptions