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Vaccination rates among our local kids have fallen. This leaves children and our community at risk for preventable diseases and outbreaks. Please help us encourage local families and community members to catch up on their routine vaccinations. If you didn't catch up during the summer, do it before cold and flu season is here.
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In Michigan, the number of toddlers current on their vaccinations has fallen by about 5% in the last two years, which leaves roughly 52,000 children vulnerable to vaccine-preventable illnesses like mumps, measles, chicken pox, polio and diphtheria. In Washtenaw, the percentage of toddlers (19-35 months) current on their recommended vaccinations has dropped about 4% from 2019-2022. Among adolescents 13-19 years in Washtenaw coverage is down 9%.
Consistent community support for routine vaccination is critical – perhaps more than ever. Take time to encourage vaccination and make sure everyone in Washtenaw catches up as soon as possible. This includes trusted community organizations and leaders as well as human service providers, health care professionals and specialists. Your voices matter and provide credibility and support. This is especially important when families have doubts about the recommended schedules, the importance of catching up or vaccinating kids with special health conditions.
Thank you for supporting our efforts. Together we can protect health and prevent unnecessary illness and outbreaks in Washtenaw County.
The Vaccinate Washtenaw program provides fare-free, accessible transportation to any vaccination and booster appointments. This includes transportation to vaccination clinics or medical appointments where vaccines/boosters will be administered.
If you are homebound and neither of these above options work for you, please call us at 734-544-6700 and ask for assistance from the state health department’s VNA (Visiting Nurses Association) Vaccine Assistance Project.