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For the 2018 to 2019 school year

CDC: Coverage 94.7 Percent for Two Doses of MMR in 2018 to 2019

2.8 percent of kindergartners were not up to date with MMR vaccination and did not have exemption
For children born in 2015 to 2016

CDC: Vaccination Coverage Generally High for Those Born in 2015-16

Uninsured children, those insured by Medicaid had lower coverage than those with private insurance
The risk for hospitalization with pandemic influenza is higher for patients with type 2 diabetes than for those without type 2 diabetes

Patients With T2DM Who Have Flu More Likely to Be Hospitalized

Mortality risk for flu-related hospitalizations lower for those with versus without type 2 diabetes
Seasonal influenza viruses are circulating widely in the Southern Hemisphere

CDC: Seasonal Influenza Viruses Circulating in Southern Hemisphere

Influenza A(H3) predominating in many regions in Southern Hemisphere; influenza activity low in U.S.
Many pregnant women do not receive the recommended flu and tetanus toxoid

Only Half of Pregnant Women Receive Recommended Vaccines

Influenza and whooping cough remain a major source of hospitalizations among pregnant women, infants
Many U.S. adults

Survey: Many U.S. Adults Not Planning to Get Flu Vaccine

Vaccine knowledge and anticipated rates of vaccination even lower for pneumococcal disease
The proportion of diphtheria case-patients younger than 15 years of age decreased as diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis 3 coverage increased

Increasing DTP3 Coverage Tied to Drop in Diphtheria Cases in Under 15s

In countries with higher case counts, 66 percent of case-patients were unvaccinated, 63 percent <15
Men are less knowledgeable than women about human papillomavirus (HPV)

Men Less Knowledgeable About HPV, HPV Vaccination

Most men and women did not know anal, penile, and oral cancers are caused by HPV
There are areas for improvement for pediatricians and family physicians in recommendation and delivery methods for the human papillomavirus vaccine

Room for Improvement Found in HPV Vaccine Delivery Practices

Physicians not strongly recommending vaccine, not using presumptive style linked to refusal or deferral
Bills to reduce fake medical exemptions for school children's vaccinations were signed into law Monday by California Governor Gavin Newsom.

California Passes Laws to Reduce Fake Medical Exemptions for Vaccines

Officials will have power to revoke any medical exemptions written by a doctor who has faced disciplinary action