Wisconsin Immunization Program
The Wisconsin Immunization Program's web pages have vaccine
information as well as many links to other pages and sites,
including the National Immunization Program (NIP) and the
Immunization Action Coalition (IAC).
Routine childhood vaccinations have made such an impact on
public health that immunizations are considered one of the
greatest medical achievements of the 20th century. Vaccines
prevent disease in people who receive them and protect those who
come in contact with unvaccinated individuals.
2013-2014 Recommendations for the Use of Influenza Vaccine (PDF,
24 Month Immunization Coverage Rates by County (PDF,
24 Month Immunization Coverage Rates by Region (includes statewide rates) (PDF, 16.8 KB)
immunization requirements booklet 2013-2014 (PDF, 1.38 MB)
Parent access to their child's
Before vaccines, many children died from diseases such as polio.
Through the introduction of routine vaccinations many diseases
are becoming rare in the U.S. The viruses and bacteria that cause them
still exist, though. Vaccinations are one of the best ways to put an end
to the serious effects of certain diseases.
Immunization Program 608-267-9959
Local health departments - Regional offices - Tribal agencies
Wisconsin Immunization Program - Central office
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October 11, 2013