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HPV Vaccine Coverage Male/Female (adolescents age 13-17 years)

Female 1-dose Female Up-To-Date Male 1-dose Male Up-To-Date
Kansas 83.2% 70.6% 70.2% 58.3%
United States 78.5% 63.8% 75.4% 59.8%

HPV Vaccine Coverage Both Male and Female (adolescents age 13-17 years)

Male and Female Up-To-Date
Kansas 64.3%
United States 61.7%

Key Vaccines Coverage
(combined 7-vaccine series for children 19-35 months | Tdap and menACWY for adolescents age 13-17 years | influenza for all persons over 6 months age)

Combined 7-
vaccine series*
Tdap MenACWY Influenza
Kansas 73.0% 87.8% 86.0% 53.0%
United States 75.4% 89.6%% 89.0%% 53.0%
*The combined 7-vaccine series (4:3:1:3*:3:1:4) includes ≥4 doses of DTaP, ≥3 doses of Polio, ≥1 dose of measles-containing vaccine, Hib full series, ≥3 HepB, ≥1 Var, and ≥4 PCV.
Flu Coverage by Age
Age Group (Years)
18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+
Kansas 39% 35% 38% 41% 52% 66%
2019 Kansas Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
Estimated influenza vaccination coverage by gender
Gender
Male Female
Kansas 42% 51%
2019 Kansas Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
Influenza Coverage by Education Graph
Education Level
Less than
high school
High
school
graduate
or G.E.D
Some
College
College
Graduate
Kansas 37% 40% 45% 57%
2019 Kansas Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
Influenza Coverage by Insurance Graph
Insurance Status
Insured Uninsured
Kansas 51% 19%
2019 Kansas Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
Influenza Coverage by Race and Ethinicty Graph
Kansas
Race White 46%
Black or African American 41%
Other/Multi-Race 41%
Ethnicity Hispanic 38%
2019 Kansas Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
Estimated Vaccination Coverage for Recommended Vaccines to be Completed by Age 24 Months graph

  4+DTaP 3+Polio 1+MMR Hib-FS 3+HepB 1+Var 4+PCV 2+HepA Rotavirus
Kansas 86% 95% 92% 84% 95% 92% 86% 80% 81%
United States 87% 95% 95% 84% 94% 94% 86% 78% 77%
  Hib-FS 3+HepB 1+Var
Kansas 84% 95% 92%
United States 84% 94% 94%
  4+PCV 2+HepA Rotavirus
Kansas 86% 80% 81%
United States 86% 78% 77%

ChildVaxView
Estimated pneumococcal vaccination among adults graph
Age Group (Years)
18-64yrs
(At risk)
65+yrs
Kansas 32% 74%
United States 29% 70%
HP2020 Target 60% 90%

* - At risk individuals: Individuals who have self-reported having one or more of the following: 1 )having current asthma; 2)ever being told by a health professional they have diabetes, myocardial infarction, angina or coronary heart disease; 3) being a current smoker; or 4) ever being told by a health professional they have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema or chronic bronchitis, or cancer (excluding skin cancer).

Pneumococcal vaccination coverage among adults 18-64 years at increased risk and ≥65 years, Td and Tdap vaccination coverage among adults ≥18 years, and shingles vaccination among adults ≥60 years, by State, HHS Region, and the United States, BRFSS, 2020



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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment conducts Immunization Coverage Assessments into the statewide vaccination records of various age groups across the state. The reports aim to provide an understanding of the vaccination coverages in the state and how they compare to the recommendations by the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the American College Health Association (ACHA). A primary benefit to these reports is the ability to see vaccination coverage at a local level (e.g. by county), which is not possible through national resources. Click on the links below to view a highlight of the respective report's data, and a link report itself.


Kindergarten Immunization Coverage Survey


Link to Full Report:

Kindergarten Immunization Coverage Survey (2017-2018 School Year)


Overview:

The Kindergarten Immunization Coverage Survey is a collection of vaccination records for children enrolled in a kindergarten class at Kansas public and private schools during the school year (current report is for the 2017-2018 year). Statewide vaccination coverage levels are calculated and various factors assessed. This study includes children between the ages of five and seven.


Data Highlights:


 This report provides the statewide vaccination coverage of kindergarten students at school entry (Seen below in Figure 1).

Graph of kindergarten students vaccination coverage by vaccine

 This report also provides visuals for each vaccine, displaying the respective rate of unvaccinated kindergarten students by county (Seen below in Appendix 2).

Map of DTaP5 levels by county

 This report also included the reporting of vaccination exemption rates for medical and religious purposes. The map of this data can be seen below in Figure 7.

Map of MMR2 levels by county

Retrospective Immunization Coverage Survey


Overview:

The Retrospective Immunization Coverage Survey is an assessment conducted annually to assess the vaccination coverage among current kindergarten students when they were 24 and 35 months of age. The population for this study includes current kindergarten students between the ages of five and seven on the first day of the academic year enrolled in either a public or private school in Kansas.


Data Highlights:


 This report provides insight into the statewide vaccination coverage of kindergarten students at the age of 24 and 35 months (Seen below in Figure 3).

Graph of vaccination coverage at 24 and 35 months

 This report also provides a statewide vaccination coverage map of kindergarten students at the age of 24 and 35 months by county for the DTaP4, HepA2, HepB3, Hib3, IPV3, MMR1, PCV4, and VAR1 vaccines. (Seen below in Map 9).

Map of Vaccination coverage by county type

 This report also provides maps and data tables containing the vaccination rate of kindergarten students at the age of 35 months by county and vaccine type, see the full survey report linked below for additional data.

Link to Full Report:

Retrospective Immunization Coverage Survey (2018-2019)

Assessment of Immunization Policies of
Four-Year Colleges and Universities in Kansas


Overview:

The Assessment of Immunization Policies of Four-Year Colleges and Universities in Kansas consisted of a survey that was developed and administered to all four-year colleges and universities, both public and private, to understand the institution's immunization policy. The purpose of this study was to determine the current vaccine-preventable disease immunization requirement of four-year colleges and universities in the state.


Link to Full Report:

Assessment of Immunization Policies of Four-Year Colleges and Universities in Kansas (2012)

"The VaxView websites provide vaccination coverage data for all ages. Monitoring coverage for recommended vaccinations across the country helps CDC assess how well local areas, states, and the nation are protected from vaccine-preventable diseases." (CDC)