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Table 2 Vaccination coverage for routine immunisation antigens in rural Atakumosa-west district, Osun State, Nigeria-September 2013

From: Immunisation coverage and its determinants among children aged 12-23 months in Atakumosa-west district, Osun State Nigeria: a cross-sectional study

Routine immunisation antigens Coverage by mothers’ recall n, (%); [95 % CI] n = 750 Coverage by immunisation card n, (%); [95 % CI] n = 475
Antigens administered at birth
 BCG 687 (91.6) [89.3 – 93.4] 406 (85.5) [81.9 – 88.5]
 OPV 0 693 (92.4) [90.2 – 94.2] 395 (83.2) [79.4 – 86.4]
 HBV 1 677 (90.3) [87.9 – 92.3] 392 (82.5) [78.7 – 85.7]
Antigens administered at 6 weeks
 OPV 1 681 (90.8) [88.5 – 92.3] 386 (81.3) [77.4 – 84.6]
 DPT 1 694 (92.5) [90.4 – 94.3] 400 (84.2) [80.5 – 87.3]
 HBV 2 676 (90.1) [87.7 -92.1] 382 (80.4) [76.5 – 83.8]
Antigens administered at 10 weeks
 OPV 2 655 (87.3) [84.7 – 89.6] 362 (76.2) [72.1 - 79.9]
 DPT 2 659 (87.8) [85.3 – 90.1] 370 (77.9) [73.8 – 81.5]
Antigens administered at 14 weeks
 OPV 3 636 (84.8) [81.9 – 87.3] 339 (71.4) [67.0 – 75.4]
 DPT 3 638 (85.1) [82.3 – 87.5] 352 (74.1) [69.9 – 77.9]
 HBV 3 615 (82.0) [79.0 – 84.7] 348 (73.3) [69.0 – 77.1]
Antigens administered at 9 months
 Measles 622 (82.9) [80.0 – 85.5] 317 (66.7) [62.3 – 70.9]
 Yellow fever 597 (79.6) [76.5 – 82.4] 311 (65.5) [60.9 – 69.7]
 % Fully vaccinated 558 (74.4) 275 (57.9) [53.3 – 62.4]