So is the incidence rate low because the vax rate is high? I rarely see any mention of this.
Fwiw I'm leaning against tetanus (and all of em) for now, so I'm not playing devil's advocate. I'm genuinely curious about this - every time the low incidence of tetanus is discussed I wonder what the effectiveness of the vaccine has to do with that and whether the argument is logical that bc tetanus is rare we don't have to worry about it. Anyone have info or thoughts?
Not necessarily, tetanus can occur in the fully vaccinated. Vaccination for tetanus does not guarentee you will not get tetanus. Here is a case of a fully vaccinated 14 year old boy that got tetanus: