The Centers for Disease Control says Indiana ranks well when it comes to childhood immunizations.
The CDC released its National Immunization Survey Thursday.
he survey says the entire nation did better in 2013 than in 2012 in immunizing infants between the ages of 19 months to 35 months of age.
CDC Pediatrician Dr. Amanda Cohn says Indiana‘s measles coverage is 92%.
She says that comes as the CDC has noted a rise in measles cases.