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Oregon School Immunization Data

In Oregon, children are required to have certain immunizations or an exemption to attend public and private schools, preschools, Head Starts, and certified child care programs. The law covers nearly 700,000 students in 3,500 schools and child care facilities. Immunization and exemption records are reviewed every year to ensure children get the shots they need to provide the best protection to themselves and their community. The data below reflect the immunization rates for the school required vaccines. Statewide rates include public, private and online schools. School data are from the Immunization Primary Review Summary reports, collected annually in March by the Oregon Health Authority.

Rates by School

Individual School and Child Care Rates
Immunization and exemption numbers for any site with 10 or more children enrolled at the time of the count.

Rates by State

How well-vaccinated are students in Oregon?
Chart showing percentage of Oregon children who are vaccinated


How has the rate of exemption changed over time for children who are enrolling in school?
Chart of Kindergarten Exemption Rates in Oregon

PDF file Oregon School Immunization Law Summary 2021

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