As of January 2017, 84 countries have introduced rotavirus vaccines into their national immunization programs and seven have introduced rotavirus vaccines sub-nationally. Countries listed below are organized by WHO region.
For full maps of countries with high rotavirus mortality and countries that have introduced rotavirus vaccines nationally or sub-nationally, click here.
Angola | Botswana | Burkina Faso | Burundi | Cameroon | Eritrea | Ethiopia | The Gambia | Ghana | Guinea-Bissau | Kenya | Liberia | Madagascar | Malawi | Mali | Mauritania | Mauritius | Mozambique | Namibia | Niger | Republic of the Congo | Rwanda | Senegal | Sierra Leone | South Africa | Swaziland | Tanzania | Togo | Zambia | Zimbabwe
Argentina | Bolivia | Brazil | Canada (sub-national) | Colombia | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | El Salvador | Guatemala | Guyana | Haiti | Honduras | Mexico | Nicaragua | Panama | Paraguay | Peru | United States of America | Venezuela
EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN (11)
Bahrain | Djibouti | Iraq | Jordan | Libya | Morocco | Qatar | Saudi Arabia | Sudan | United Arab Emirates | Yemen
Armenia | Austria | Belgium | Estonia | Finland | Georgia | Germany | Greece | Ireland | Israel | Latvia | Luxembourg | Norway | Republic of Moldova | Sweden (sub-national) | Tajikistan | United Kingdom | Uzbekistan
SOUTH-EAST ASIA (3)
India (sub-national) | Pakistan (sub-national) | Thailand (sub-national)
WESTERN PACIFIC (8)
Australia | Fiji | Kiribati | Marshall Islands | Micronesia | New Zealand | Palau | Philippines (sub-national)