Immunizations

Immunizations protect against a variety of diseases that can lead to serious health consequences.This protection reduces infant and child mortality rates. Immunizations also prevent long-term health complications and disability, allowing children to fully participate in social and educational activities, promoting overall development. Immunization rates are an indicator of optimal child health and development.

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Browse state-level data on immunizations and other outcome measures to track the overall health and wellbeing of infants, toddlers, and their parents.

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