Respiratory Illnesses : Vaccination Trends—Adults
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Respiratory Illnesses : Vaccination Trends—Adults

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    Reported on Friday, April 19th, 2024.

    Vaccination Trends Update:

    • The percent of the population reporting receipt of COVID-19, influenza, and RSV vaccines remains low for children and adults.

    • The percent of the population reporting receipt of the updated 2023-24 COVID-19 vaccine is 14.0% (95% confidence interval: 13.5-14.6) for children and 22.8% (22.3-23.2) for adults 18+, including 41.5% (40.4-42.7) among adults age 65+.

    • The percent of the population reporting receipt of a flu vaccine is 52.8% (95% confidence interval: 51.9-53.7) for children and 48.5% (47.9-49.2) for adults 18+, including 74.4% (72.7-76.0) among adults age 65+.

    • The percent of adults age 60+ that report receiving an RSV vaccine is 23.8% (23.0-24.6).

    This page provides an update on receipt of vaccination and intent for vaccination among adults for COVID-19, RSV, and influenza based on weekly updated Immunization Survey (NIS) findings. NIS estimates reported below are based on survey responses rather than vaccine records, or administrations. During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE), CDC tracked nearly all COVID-19 vaccines administered. However, the end of the PHE limits the completeness of COVID-19 vaccine administration data CDC receives. As a result, survey data are now the primary source for tracking receipt of vaccination for COVID-19, as well as for influenza and RSV, among adults.

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