This page was the old page of the ODH´s Immunization Program. The goal of the Ohio Department of Health with this program was to reduce and eliminate vaccine-preventable diseases including hepatitis, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, invasive Hib disease, polio, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, and influenza among the state's adults and children. In order to keep this side alive, we have put contents on this site which are useful to serve as a information platform for people. You can also find a list of interesting links.

Why Immunize?
Immunizations can save lives and stop the spread of diseases. Babies and toddlers that are given immunizations on time can be protected from many dangerous diseases.
Babies and toddlers who do not get their shots on time can be infected by one of these ten diseases and become very sick. The measles epidemic of 1989-1991 made more than 55,000 people ill - 11,000 had to be hospitalized and 120 died. Most of the infants and toddlers who got sick did not have their measles shot on time.
Children need to have all of their immunizations by age 2 to be fully protected against vaccine-preventable diseases.
Besides saving children from dangerous diseases, immunizations save money. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for every $1 spent on diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis programs, $29 is saved in direct and indirect costs.

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