Volume 6, Number 4—August 2000
Reemergence of Pertussis in the Highly Vaccinated Population of The Netherlands: Observations on Surveillance Data
|1- to 4- yr-olds||Vaccine efficacy||5- to 9- yr-olds||Vaccine efficacy|
|Year||Method of diagnosis||(N)||(%)a||(N)||(%)a|
aEstimated vaccine effectiveness; a vaccine-coverage of 96% was used to estimate the incidence and vaccine effectiveness.
bEpidemiologic, serologic (differentiation between positive two-point serology and positive one-point serology not possible), clinical or method of diagnosis unknown.
c Vaccine effectiveness could not be estimated as the percentage vaccinated was more than 96%.
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