National Immunization Survey Flu (NIS-Flu)


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National Immunization Survey-Flu (NIS-Flu) 2019-20, Texas Summary
Immunization Coverage among Texas Adults and Children 6 Months and Older  

Source: CDC NIS Flu Report
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About the National Immunization Survey (NIS-Flu) 

The NIS-Flu combines flu vaccination responses collected from annual surveys conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) including the NIS-Child, NIS-Teen, NIS-Childhood Influenza Module (NIS-CIM), and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) for all age groups (Figure 1). NIS-Flu data are used to estimate annual flu vaccination coverage among children 6 months through 17 years and adults 18 years and older at the national level, state level, selected local levels, and in some U.S. territories. The NIS-Flu estimates are based on parent or guardian reported data (for children) and self-reported data (for adults). The NIS-Flu also provides fewer local area estimates than the NIS-Child and NIS-Teen. The 2019-2020 survey assessed the self-reported immunization status of approximately 439,649 children and adults in the United States. This sample was comprised of 286,116 adults and 153,333 children. The Texas sample included 17,481 respondents.

NIS-Flu Vaccination Coverage Levels


NIS Flu Data Sources by Age
 

Vaccination Coverage Levels
 
NIS Flu Immunization Coverage Estimates in the U.S. and Texas, 2018-19 and 2019-20 Seasons
 
See below for accessible data chart:
Influenza Immunization Coverage Estimates by Age Group, Children and Adults, 2019-20 Chart



Influenza Immunization Coverage Estimates by Age Group Graph_2019-20

See below for accessible data chart:
Influenza Vaccination Coverage Estimates for TX 2015-2020 Chart


Influenza Vaccination Coverage Estimates for TX 2015-2020

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Influenza Vaccination Coverage Estimates for TX 2015-2020 Chart Adult
Last updated October 28, 2020