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Table 37. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages by HIV Status: Reporting Areas, 2011

Reporting Area Total
Cases
Cases with Information on HIV Status1 Cases in Persons with HIV-Positive Results2
No. (%) No. (%)

United States

10,528

8,683

(82.5)

672

(7.7)

Alabama

161

153

(95.0)

7

(4.6)

Alaska

67

58

(86.6)

1

(1.7)

Arizona

255

211

(82.7)

10

(4.7)

Arkansas

85

73

(85.9)

4

(5.5)

California

2,323

1,820

(78.3)

100

(5.5)

Colorado

70

64

(91.4)

3

(4.7)

Connecticut

83

59

(71.1)

7

(11.9)

Delaware

21

21

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

District of Columbia

56

54

(96.4)

9

(16.7)

Florida

754

623

(82.6)

113

(18.1)

Georgia

347

310

(89.3)

31

(10.0)

Hawaii

123

108

(87.8)

1

(0.9)

Idaho

12

8

(66.7)

0

(0.0)

Illinois

359

311

(86.6)

22

(7.1)

Indiana

100

74

(74.0)

6

(8.1)

Iowa

40

32

(80.0)

1

(3.1)

Kansas

36

35

(97.2)

1

(2.9)

Kentucky

71

64

(90.1)

6

(9.4)

Louisiana

167

145

(86.8)

12

(8.3)

Maine

9

8

(88.9)

0

(0.0)

Maryland

233

205

(88.0)

13

(6.3)

Massachusetts

196

117

(59.7)

10

(8.5)

Michigan

170

135

(79.4)

5

(3.7)

Minnesota

137

121

(88.3)

3

(2.5)

Mississippi

91

87

(95.6)

9

(10.3)

Missouri

98

79

(80.6)

6

(7.6)

Montana

8

8

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Nebraska

23

19

(82.6)

2

(10.5)

Nevada

95

89

(93.7)

2

(2.2)

New Hampshire

11

8

(72.7)

1

(12.5)

New Jersey

331

247

(74.6)

26

(10.5)

New Mexico

49

45

(91.8)

3

(6.7)

New York State3

221

174

(78.7)

11

(6.3)

New York City

689

546

(79.2)

58

(10.6)

North Carolina

244

238

(97.5)

12

(5.0)

North Dakota

7

6

(85.7)

0

(0.0)

Ohio

145

124

(85.5)

6

(4.8)

Oklahoma

94

59

(62.8)

1

(1.7)

Oregon

74

70

(94.6)

4

(5.7)

Pennsylvania

260

201

(77.3)

21

(10.4)

Rhode Island

27

26

(96.3)

2

(7.7)

South Carolina

140

124

(88.6)

12

(9.7)

South Dakota

15

12

(80.0)

0

(0.0)

Tennessee

156

149

(95.5)

20

(13.4)

Texas

1,325

1,081

(81.6)

95

(8.8)

Utah

34

33

(97.1)

1

(3.0)

Vermont

8

0

(0.0)

0

.

Virginia

221

203

(91.9)

9

(4.4)

Washington

200

171

(85.5)

6

(3.5)

West Virginia

13

10

(76.9)

0

(0.0)

Wisconsin

70

61

(87.1)

0

(0.0)

Wyoming

4

4

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

American Samoa4

3

3

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Fed. States of Micronesia4

140

117

(83.6)

0

(0.0)

Guam4

78

48

(61.5)

0

(0.0)

Marshall Islands4

149

88

(59.1)

1

(1.1)

N. Mariana Islands4

27

19

(70.4)

0

(0.0)

Puerto Rico4

50

40

(80.0)

9

(22.5)

Republic of Palau4

8

8

(100.0)

1

(12.5)

U.S. Virgin Islands4

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1 Includes only those cases in persons with negative, positive, or indeterminate HIV test results.

2 Counts and percentages shown only for reporting areas with information reported for >75% of cases. All 2011 Vermont cases are missing HIV status because these HIV data were not available at time of publication.

3 Excludes New York City.

4 Not included in U.S. totals.

Note: Ellipses indicate data not available.

See Technical Notes.

 
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