Each influenza season, CDC analyzes data to develop vaccination coverage estimates for children 6 months-17 years, adults ≥ 18 years, Health Care Personnel (HCP), and pregnant women. During the 2014-15 influenza season, 47.1% of the U.S. population >6 months, 77.3% of HCP, and 50.3% of pregnant women were vaccinated. Although there was a slight increase in coverage among adults and coverage for pregnant women remained above 50%, vaccination coverage could be improved, particularly among young and middle-aged adults as well as HCP working in long-term care facilities.
Influenza vaccination coverage estimates from the 2014-15 season are posted on FluVaxView for the general population, HCP, and pregnant women in reports and ininteractive maps and figures.
Results for the General Population
- Flu Vaccination Coverage, United States, 2014-15 Influenza Season
- National Early Season Flu Vaccination Coverage, United States, November 2014
- Interactive Reports for the General Population
View national and state-level influenza vaccination coverage estimates for the general population using interactive maps, trend lines, bar charts, and data tables.
Results for Health Care Personnel
- Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among Health Care Personnel — United States, 2014–15 Influenza Season
- Health Care Personnel and Flu Vaccination, Internet Panel Survey, United States, November 2014
- Interactive Reports for Health Care Personnel
View national and state-level influenza vaccination proportions for Health Care Personnel using interactive maps, trend lines, bar charts and data tables.