Poultry Vaccination Coverage Estimation By Diseases, 2018 - 2021Report

Poultry Vaccination Coverage Estimation By Diseases, 2018 - 2021

  • Published Date: Apr, 2023
  • Report ID: GVR-MT-100102
  • Format: Electronic (PDF)
  • Number of Pages: 28

Deliverable Overview

The animal health research team at Grand View Research has compiled a quantitative and qualitative database of estimated poultry vaccination coverage from 2018 to 2021. Wherein, animal vaccination coverage is estimated for three major poultry diseases across 23 countries globally. The database further includes the estimated total poultry population with keynotes that comprises information on disease status, disease prevalence, control measures, official vaccinations, reported new outbreaks, prevalent serotypes of viruses, and government regulations among others for each country mentioned in the scope. The dataset is provided in Excel format and covers vaccination % of three diseases across each country.

Poultry Vaccination Coverage Report Scope






North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, LATAM, MEA


U.S., Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, China, Japan, India, Australia, Thailand, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait

Total Animal Population

Estimated Total Poultry Population from 2018 to 2021 (in numbers)

Disease Type

Newcastle Disease, Salmonella Sp., Avian Influenza-HPAI

Estimated Vaccination Coverage in %

Specifies the estimated percentage of animals that have received vaccination (at least one vaccine dose) for that particular disease. Includes both prophylactic and therapeutic vaccination.


Quantitative Data 2018; 2019; 2020; 2021

Qualitative Data includes the 2022 updates


Specifies the relevant information on disease prevalence, disease active/non-active status, control measures, vaccination status (official/prohibited), reported new outbreaks for the years in scope, prevalent serotypes of viruses, recent disease situational updates, government initiatives, and others.

Deliverable Format

MS Excel/ Dashboard


Disease Insights

Newcastle disease, which is caused by the para-myxo virus, is a highly contagious disease that affects birds, fowl, geese, turkeys, pheasants, ducks, guinea fowl, partridges, & other wild and captive birds, such as ratites, emus, ostriches, & rhea. Variable clinical symptoms can be seen in affected birds. The disease may occur extremely severe with a rapid start and significant mortality, or it may occur as a mild illness with no apparent clinical symptoms other than respiratory discomfort or a decrease in egg production. Direct contact with infected birds' body fluids, particularly their feces and aerosol contact, is the way the disease is widely transmitted. There are effective vaccines available, and some countries mandate routine poultry vaccinations. For instance, vaccination for ND is compulsory in Victoria, a state in Australia, and is managed by National Newcastle Disease Management Plan 2020.

Salmonellosis is a serious issue that threatens the chicken industry around the world. Salmonella gallinarium and Salmonella pullorum (fowl typhoid), the two highly virulent serotypes in avian species, induce systemic infection and major monetary losses in the poultry industry. Roughly 10% of all Salmonella spp. have been found in poultry. Salmonella typhimurium and Salmonella enteritidis are the most prevalent. Salmonella hadar, Salmonella livingstone, and Salmonella senftenberg are just a few others serotypes that are regularly found in chickens. Due to its contagious nature, all British poultry are mandatorily vaccinated against Salmonella since 2013. In recent years, the surge of antibiotic-resistant salmonella strains has increased the concern among poultry farmers. For instance, in 2022, South Africa reported a high frequency of Antibiotic resistance salmonella strains, due to the wide usage of antibiotics. Poultry farms are hence recommended to ensure full doses of vaccination against salmonella, according to the country's 'salmonella reduction plan 2019'.

The high pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) among poultry animals can be deadly and contagious by spreading in numerous ways. The government of the U.S. demonstrates that HPAI infection is not commonly found in the country, however, it becomes a greater concern when few positive cases arise, owing to its high mortality rate. Serotype H5N1 is highly prevalent in the country with few H5N4 cases reported. Control Measures such as disease notification, general surveillance, movement control, zoning, precautions at the border, and stamping out among others are implemented. However, vaccination is prohibited in domestic and commercial poultry. As of 20th December 2022, 57.53 million poultry animals are affected by HPAI in the U.S.

Regional Insights

North America and Europe region have the largest vaccination coverage among poultry animals owing to their large poultry population, meat consumption rate, and growing concerns over zoonotic or food-borne diseases. As WHO and other animal health organizations have considered antimicrobial resistance as a major public health threat, regulatory policies are being deployed to use vaccines over antibiotics for diseases such as salmonellosis. In addition, Asia Pacific, LATAM, and MEA regions are significantly increasing poultry vaccination coverage to minimize the risk of deadly diseases and economic loss.

Poultry Vaccination Coverage Report FAQs

Q. 1 What are the diseases covered in the database?

Answer: The database covers the top three poultry diseases (Newcastle Disease, Salmonellosis, and HPAI) and its estimated vaccination coverage across 23 countries

Q. 2 Which diseases represent high coverage of vaccination among poultry?

Answer: Newcastle and Salmonellosis disease represents higher vaccination coverage in comparison to Avian Influenza.

Q. 3 What countries are covered in the database?

Answer: The major countries of each region such as the U.S., Canada, the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, China, Japan, India, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, South Africa, and Saudi Arabia among other 23 countries.

Q. 4 What other information is included in the database?

Answer: The database is also inclusive of the total poultry population across 23 countries from 2018 to 2021, and keynotes relevant to the vaccination & disease status

Q. 5 What data are covered in the keynotes section of the database?

Answer: Keynotes specify the relevant information on disease prevalence, disease active/non-active status, control measures, vaccination status (official/prohibited), reported new outbreaks for the years in scope, prevalent serotypes of viruses, recent disease situational updates, government initiatives, and others for each disease and country in the scope.

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