In the News: Pediatric Vaccination Rates in the US Dropping Due to COVID19
The New York Times recently highlighted the growing concern of physicians about declining pediatric vaccination rates across the nation.
“Using the week of February 16 as a pre-coronavirus baseline, PCC found that during the week of April 5, the administration of measles, mumps and rubella shots dropped by 50 percent, diphtheria and whooping cough shots by 42 percent; and HPV vaccines by 73 percent.” – NYTimes April 23, 2020

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