Immunization coverage1 by antigen for children aged 2, Canada, 2015 and 2017
|Immunization coverage – 2015||Confidence interval (95%): Lower limit – 2015||Confidence interval (95%): Upper limit – 2015||Immunization coverage – 2017||Confidence interval (95%): Lower limit – 2017||Confidence interval (95%): Upper limit – 2017|
|Pertussis (whooping cough)||77.0||71.7||81.5||75.8||73.0||78.4|
|Haemophilius influenzae type b (Hib)||71.9||66.4||76.8||73.4||70.7||75.9|
|Varicella (chicken pox)||74.82||69.3||79.7||82.9||80.3||85.3|
|Meningococcal type C||87.9||83.2||91.4||87.6||85.7||89.3|
Childhood National Immunization Coverage Survey (5185).
Based on combining reports of vaccination from parents or guardians and health care providers.
This 2015 immunization coverage is underestimated due to an omission in the questionnaire design. This was updated in 2017.
Coverage indicates four doses for the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, and three doses for the other provinces and territories.
Coverage indicates two doses for 2-year-olds in provinces and territories that, as of March 1, 2015, provided publicly funded rotavirus vaccine: Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and Yukon.