About New York State MMR Vaccination Rates

This report is based on data as of January 1, 2024 from the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS). The rates below are calculated based on data of children who have received 1 MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) immunization by 2 years of age, reported their residency as the State of New York, provided their New York State county of residence, and have at least one immunization or have a New York State birth record outside of New York City. According to CDC, children should receive the first dose of MMR vaccine routinely at age 12 through 15 months of age.

Data Notes

  • As of January 8, 2008, all health care providers in New York State, outside of New York City, are required to report all immunizations administered to people less than 19 years of age, along with the person's immunization histories, to NYSDOH using NYSIIS.
  • Calculated rates are based on where the individual resides, based on the most recent resident information reported through NYSIIS.
  • The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDOHMH) maintains non-COVID-19 immunization records for New York City residents through the Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR).
  • Some entities that are not under the regulatory authority of the State of New York (e.g., federal entities such as federal military facilities, first nations, and jurisdictions outside of New York State), may not report this data to New York State, and would therefore not have their data included in NYSDOH rates.
  • ZIP codes that straddle more than one county are included in each county's map and table based on the open data page here and in consultation with local county health departments. The rate for the entire ZIP code is shown. The county overall rate includes only those children who report the given county of residence. This can lead to some discrepancies between the ZIP code rates and the county rates in the table below.
  • Data are not included for ZIP codes where there are less than 20 residents in the eligible age range.

MMR Vaccination Rates by County

Receipt of 1 MMR dose by 2 years of age as of January 1, 2024

MMR vaccination rates by couty. Text version available in the table below

Table - Receipt of 1 MMR dose by 2 years of age as of January 1, 2024

County MMR vaccination rate
Albany 83.5%
Allegany 79.7%
Broome 82.9%
Cattaraugus 77.0%
Cayuga 90.0%
Chautauqua 80.6%
Chemung 85.5%
Chenango 83.8%
Clinton 90.2%
Columbia 81.9%
Cortland 85.0%
Delaware 87.4%
Dutchess 80.6%
Erie 87.9%
Essex 82.4%
Franklin 71.9%
Fulton 84.5%
Genesee 87.7%
Greene 84.9%
Hamilton 87.5%
Herkimer 79.2%
Jefferson 56.8%
Lewis 82.5%
Livingston 84.9%
Madison 78.6%
Monroe 86.6%
Montgomery 70.9%
Nassau 80.9%
Niagara 86.6%
Oneida 82.1%
Onondaga 88.8%
Ontario 85.5%
Orange 58.3%
Orleans 85.9%
Oswego 87.6%
Otsego 80.8%
Putnam 82.7%
Rensselaer 86.4%
Rockland 54.4%
Saratoga 87.2%
Schenectady 83.2%
Schoharie 87.0%
Schuyler 77.6%
Seneca 87.3%
St. Lawrence 77.2%
Steuben 84.1%
Suffolk 82.1%
Sullivan 64.4%
Tioga 78.2%
Tompkins 84.2%
Ulster 80.3%
Warren 87.3%
Washington 85.0%
Wayne 86.8%
Westchester 74.6%
Wyoming 84.1%
Yates 56.4%
Statewide 79.4%