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Table 3 Immunization coverage in our study population aged 2-24 months

From: Determinants of vaccination coverage and adherence to the Greek national immunization program among infants aged 2-24 months at the beginning of the economic crisis (2009-2011)

Vaccine n/N(%) 95% CI
DTaP-IPV-Hib   
≥ 2 doses at 6 months 1.147/1.297 (88.4%) 86.7% - 90.2%
≥ 3 doses at 12 months 891/1.008 (88.4%) 86.4% - 90.4%
PCV   
≥ 1 dose at 6 months 1.012/1.325 (77.1%) 74.8% - 79.3%
≥ 2 doses at 12 months 785/995 (78.9%) 76.4% - 81.4%
MCC   
≥ 1 dose at 6 months 518/1.279 (40.5%) 37.8% - 43.2%
HepB   
≥ 1 dose at 6 months 934/1.353 (69.0%) 66.6% - 71.5%
≥ 3 doses at 12 months 575/746 (77.1%) 74.1% - 80.1%
MMR* 287/356 (80.6%) 76.3% - 84.1%
Varicella* 308/352 (87.5%) 83.8% - 91.2%
Rotavirus (2 doses) 152/1.475 (10.3%) 8.8% - 11.9%
HAV (one dose at 24 months) 64/151 (42.4%) 34.5% - 50.3%
  1. *Since according to NIP MMR and varicella should be administered at 12-15 months, children ≥17 months were evaluated.
  2. DTaP = diphteria, tetanus and acellular pertussis vaccine.
  3. IPV = inactivated polio vaccine.
  4. Hib = conjugated haemophilus influenzae type B vaccine.
  5. MCC = meningococcal serotype C conjugated vaccine.
  6. HepB = hepatitis B vaccination.
  7. MMR = measles, mumps and rubella vaccine.
  8. HAV = hepatitis A vaccine.