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The number of young children who are vaccinated against hepatitis A and hepatitis B birth has increased significantly, the CDC reports.The rotavirus vaccine was first licensed in 2006, was administered to 44 percent of children aged 19-35 months in 2008/2009.It was a national shortage of Haemophilus influenzae type B vaccine in 2008, a decrease of 6 .4 points in the %age of 19-35 month olds who were immunized at 83.6 percent. Health authorities say vaccine supplies are now adequate. Schuchat added that vaccination rates vary significantly between U.S. States.

While it is encouraging to see immunization rates remain high, we know that parents vaccines vaccines, and we must continue to educate parents about the importance of vaccinations to prevent future resurgences serious, preventable diseases. 83.6 percent.2009. ‘2009 National Immunization Survey ‘has data on vaccination of children born between January 2006 and July 2008, more than 17,000 households. It was found that over 90 percent of them against poliovirus, rubella, hepatitis B and chickenpox were immunized.

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