Virginia Ranked 3rd In Childhood Vaccination Rate
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The people over at TruePeopleSearch have found that Virginia has the third highest childhood vaccination rate in the nation, using data provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
They compared vaccination rates for seven categories (DTaP vaccine, MMR vaccine, varicella vaccine, the combined seven-vaccine series, influenza vaccine, and the HPV vaccine for both females and males) and found that Massachusetts came out on top, closely followed by Rhode Island. Virginia ranked third, with neighbor Delaware listed seventh.
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