Table 2 Vaccination beliefs and coverage for the countries studied

From: COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and hesitancy in low- and middle-income countries

  Effective Safe Important for children to have Tuberculosis (BCG) Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (DTP1) Measles (MCV1) Percent of parents with any child that was ever vaccinated
Burkina Faso 87 72 95 98 95 88 97
Colombia 83 84 99 89 92 95 95
India 96 97 98 92 94 95 92
Mozambique 87 93 98 94 93 87 95
Nepal 89 93 99 96 96 92 95
Nigeria 82 92 96 67 65 54 95
Pakistan 91 92 95 88 86 75 94
Rwanda 99 97 99 98 99 96 100
Sierra Leone 95 95 99 86 95 93 97
Uganda 82 87 98 88 99 87 98
Russia 67 48 80 96 97 98 96
United States 85 73 87 97 90 95
  1. The table presents an overview of vaccination beliefs and incidence across countries in our sample. Columns 2–4 and 8 use data from the Wellcome Global Monitor 201814. Column 8 shows the percentage of respondents who are parents and report having had any of their children ever vaccinated. Columns 2–4 show the percentage of all respondents that either strongly agree or somewhat agree with the statement above each column. All percentages are obtained using national weights. Columns 5–7 use data from the World Health Organization on vaccine incidence15. Columns 5–7 report the percentage of infants per country receiving the vaccine indicated in each column.