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Surveillance Population

U.S. map highlights 10 areas participating in ABCs surveillance: entire states of Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, New Mexico and Oregon as well as specific areas within California, Colorado, New York and Tennessee.

Surveillance Areas

The total population of invasive disease surveillance is approximately 43.1 million. However, most areas restrict the population further for certain pathogens to ensure complete reporting and good audit data. The table below illustrates the populations under surveillance for each pathogen and area as of January 2015.

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AreaNeisseria meningitidisHaemophilus influenzaegroup B streptococcusgroup A streptococcusStreptococcus pneumoniaeMRSALegionellosisEnhanced Pertussis Surveillance
CA3,510,538

(3 county Bay area)
3,510,538

(3 county Bay area)
3,510,538

(3 county Bay area)
3,510,538

(3 county Bay area)
837,442

(San Francisco) and 946,768 (<18 year olds and ≥65 year olds in Contra Costa & Alameda)
Total: 1,784,210
3,510,538

(3 county Bay area)
3,510,538

(3 county Bay area)
CO2,583,519

(5 county Denver area)
2,583,519

(5 county Denver area)
2,583,519

(5 county Denver area)
2,583,519

(5 county Denver area)
2,583,519

(5 county Denver area)
2,583,519

(5 county Denver area)
2,583,519

(5 county Denver area)
2,583,519

(5 county Denver area)
CT3,596,0803,596,08037,395

(<1 years, state)
3,596,0803,596,0803,596,0803,596,0803,596,080
GA9,919,9459,919,9455,348,473

(all ages, 20 county Atlanta area) and 60,074

(<1 years outside 20 county metro)

Total: 5,408,547
5,348,473

(20 county Atlanta area)
5,348,473

(20 county Atlanta area)
3,864,091

(8 county Atlanta area)
3,864,091

(8 county Atlanta area)
3,864,091

(8 county Atlanta area)
MD5,928,8145,928,8145,928,8142,722,221

(6 county Baltimore area)
2,722,221

(6 county Baltimore area)
1,445,119

(2 metro Baltimore counties)
5,928,814
MN5,420,3805,420,3805,420,3805,420,3805,420,3801,725,492

(2 metro Twin Cities counties)
5,420,3805,420,380
NM2,085,2872,085,2872,085,2872,085,2872,085,287--2,085,2872,085,287
NY2,181,232

(7 county Rochester area and 8 county Albany area)
2,181,232

(7 county Rochester area and 8 county Albany area)
2,181,232

(7 county Rochester area and 8 county Albany area)
2,181,232

(7 county Rochester area and 8 county Albany area)
2,181,232

(7 county Rochester area and 8 county Albany area) and 48,870 (<5 years in Erie county)

Total: 2,230,102
749,606

(1 Rochester county)
2,181,232

(7 county Rochester area and 8 county Albany area)
2,181,232

(7 county Rochester area and 8 county Albany area)
OR3,930,0653,930,0651,709,394

(3 county Portland area)
1,709,394

(3 county Portland area)
1,709,394

(3 county Portland area)
1,709,394

(3 county Portland area)
3,930,0651,709,394

(3 county Portland area)
TN3,909,632

(20 urban counties)
3,909,632

(20 urban counties)
3,909,632

(20 urban counties)
3,909,632

(20 urban counties)
3,909,632

(20 urban counties)
 658,602

(1 Nashville county)
3,909,632

(20 urban counties)
Total43,137,71443,137,71432,774,73833,066,75631,389,29819,842,44137,009,63821,439,983

Populations were retrieved from the National Center for Health Statistics bridged-race vintage 2013 postcensal file

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