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A variety of assessment and evaluation activities are conducted by the Oregon Immunization Program to help us focus on our goal to protect Oregonians from vaccine-preventable diseases.
An unintended consequence of the response to COVID-19 was a sharp reduction in routine immunization of children and adults. This brief describes the results of a survey of Vaccines for Children (VFC) participants in Oregon regarding their experience and operation changes due to the pandemic.
We use immunizations as a building block for preventive care, yet how do we measure our success or identify challenges? Three good methods are available for measuring rates in Oregon, with respective roles and caveats:
Immunization rates for two-year-olds in Oregon - static data
Immunization rates for two-year-olds in Oregon - interactive data
Immunization rates for adolescents age 13 to 17 - static data
Immunization rates for adolescents age 13 to 17 - interactive data
Immunization rates for women in Oregon who delivered their babies in 2017
Oregon immunization rates for adults, including healthcare workers.
Snapshots of Oregon Influenza vaccine uptake, updated weekly.
Immunization and exemption data for Oregon schools and child care facilities, counties, and state totals.
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