• % of infants vaccinated against tetanus (Line chart)
  • % of infants vaccinated against tetanus (Bar chart)
  • % of infants vaccinated against tetanus (Map)
  • % of infants vaccinated against tetanus (Boxplot chart)
Data set notes
European Health for All database

Indicators: 611
Updated: 15 June 2018
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The following abbreviations are used in the indicator titles:
•    SDR: age-standardized death rates (see HFA-DB user manual/Technical notes, page 13, for details)
•    FTE: full-time equivalent
•    PP: physical persons
•    PPP$: purchasing power parities expressed in US $, an internationally comparable scale reflecting the relative domestic purchasing powers of currencies.

Indicator notes
% of infants vaccinated against tetanus
Indicator code: E280102.T

% of infants reaching their first birthday in the given calendar year who have been fully vaccinated against tetanus. Data are reported annually to, and available from, the CD unit at WHO/EURO.

Country notes
Albania
Ministry of Health.
Belgium
New source: \Couvertures vaccinales en Communauté Franà§aise\\ B. Swennen - PROVAC, Ecole de Santé publique, ULB, Bruxelles in \\"Diagnostics and Surveillance of Infectious Diseases\\": 12th Seminar\\" IHE-Report, D/1996/2505/17, Institute for Hygiene and Epidemiology (actually the Institute for Public Health - Louis Pasteur).
The data refer to children aged 18-24 months who are living in the French Community, instead of children reaching their first birthday."
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Public Health Institute - Department of Epidemiology.
Denmark
January 2001: There is no data for 1996 as the vaccination program was changed. DTP/tetanus is now given at 12 months. The Serum Institute calculated the percent as the vaccinations given with the share of children 15 months (before 1996) and 12 months after 1995. In 1996 all children between 12-14 months and vaccinated were just divided by share of 12-months children which given a percent larger than 100 so no data available for that year.
Estonia
Estonian Medical Statistical Bureau.
Finland
Source: National Public Health Institute.
Iceland
Source: Directorate of Health, Section for Infectious Disease Control.
Israel
Source: Department of Epidemiology, Ministry of Health.
Italy
January 2000 Source: Ministry of Health
Lithuania
National Centre of Immunization.
Luxembourg
1996: based on a survey carried out for the first time in 1996 on infants between 26-30 months at the time of the survey.
Netherlands
Chief Medical Officer of Public Health.
Slovakia
January 2000: Source: Institute of Public Health of SR in Bratislava. Data received from vaccination administrative control results carried out in all districts by institutes of public health by 31 August 1998. Proportions listed in the table refer to children who reached age required by WHO definition in 1998: I.e. born in 1996 (diphteria,
tetanus, pertussis poliomyelitis) or born in 1995 (measles).
Slovenia
Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia, Ljubljana 1996.
Spain
January 2001: % of infants who have received 3 doses by 12 months of age. Only doses administered in official vaccinations services. Does not include vaccines purchased in pharmacies.
Source: Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo. Direccià³n General de Salud Pàºblica
Sweden
Source: Swedish Institutes for Infectious Disease Control.