Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
If the answer is "yes", ask to see the vaccination card. If the mother does not have a proper vaccination card but the vaccine doses are registered in another document (for example, a booklet with records of clinic visits), consider this as being a card. Copy the dates of all relevant vaccinations in the spaces provided.
Remember that the vaccines may be listed on the card in a different order than the one that appears on the questionnaire. Be sure to check the card carefully because sometimes the month may be listed first, sometimes the day. Be careful to record the dates correctly. Be careful not to record a scheduled appointment date for the child's next immunizations: record only the dates vaccinations were actually given. Be patient and read the card thoroughly. If a card shows that a vaccination was given but no date recorded, write "44" in the "day" column.
The remaining questions in the module (Q. 6 onwards) are asked to fill in all the gaps. Ask Q. 6 when a card is available, since the child might have received vaccinations that were not recorded on the card. For children without a card, skip from the first question to Q. 7. If the answer to Q. 7 is "yes," continue with Q. 8 through Q. 15, otherwise skip to Q. 15.