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Oregon influenza immunization rates are moderately increasing across seasons. In Oregon, differences in rates exist across many counties and ages. These differences include urban-rural issues of access to immunizations, as well as lower immunization rates among younger adults as compared to older adults. For non-senior adults, women are more likely to get immunized for influenza each season than men. While some populations are better immunized than others, none meet the national recommendation for an 80% rate of influenza immunization each season. Currents rates of influenza immunization are not sufficient to stop the spread of influenza disease in Oregon.
Select a county below to view a PDF file containing the county's rates, or view all of Oregon's statewide immunization rates (pdf).
Interested in seeing your county's rates by zip code? Call the Oregon Immunization Program (971-673-0300) to make a request.
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