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Table 2.1 Reported cases of acute hepatitis A, by state ― United States, 2005–2009

 

 

State
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
Rate* (No.) Rate (No.) Rate (No.) Rate (No.) Rate (No.)
Alabama
1.0
(44)
0.3
(13)
0.5
(24)
0.3
(12)
0.3
(12)
Alaska
0.6
(4)
0.3
(2)
0.7
(5)
0.7
(5)
0.3
(2)
Arizona
3.3
(195)
2.9
(179)
2.4
(152)
1.8
(118)
1.0
(68)
Arkansas
0.7
(20)
1.7
(48)
0.5
(14)
0.3
(10)
0.4
(12)
California
2.7
(971)
2.8
(992)
1.7
(603)
1.2
(446)
0.7
(273)
Colorado
1.0
(48)
0.9
(44)
0.5
(26)
0.7
(36)
1.0
(52)
Connecticut
1.5
(51)
1.3
(44)
0.7
(26)
0.7
(26)
0.5
(18)
Delaware
0.7
(6)
1.5
(13)
1.0
(9)
0.8
(7)
0.5
(4)
District of Columbia
1.0
(6)
1.7
(10)
U†
U
U
U
0.2
(1)
Florida
1.5
(274)
1.2
(213)
0.8
(152)
0.8
(146)
0.9
(171)
Georgia
1.4
(124)
0.6
(56)
0.7
(67)
0.6
(57)
0.5
(54)
Hawaii
1.9
(24)
0.9
(12)
0.5
(7)
1.6
(20)
0.8
(11)
Idaho
1.4
(20)
0.6
(9)
0.5
(8)
1.1
(17)
0.3
(5)
Illinois
1.0
(130)
0.9
(109)
0.9
(118)
0.9
(112)
1.0
(126)
Indiana
0.4
(23)
0.5
(33)
0.4
(28)
0.3
(20)
0.3
(17)
Iowa
0.7
(22)
0.4
(13)
1.6
(48)
3.6
(109)
1.3
(38)
Kansas
0.6
(17)
1.0
(27)
0.4
(11)
0.5
(15)
0.4
(12)
Kentucky
0.6
(24)
0.8
(33)
0.5
(20)
0.7
(30)
0.3
(12)
Louisiana
1.4
(65)
0.9
(38)
0.6
(28)
0.3
(12)
0.1
(6)
Maine
0.6
(8)
0.6
(8)
0.4
(5)
1.4
(18)
0.1
(1)
Maryland
1.5
(82)
1.1
(60)
1.3
(73)
0.8
(44)
0.8
(47)
Massachusetts
4.4
(287)
1.3
(84)
1.0
(66)
0.9
(58)
1.1
(71)
Michigan
1.0
(105)
1.2
(125)
1.0
(97)
1.2
(119)
0.7
(72)
Minnesota
0.6
(33)
0.6
(31)
1.8
(93)
0.9
(49)
0.6
(29)
Mississippi
0.7
(19)
0.3
(9)
0.3
(8)
0.2
(7)
0.3
(9)
Missouri
0.4
(26)
0.8
(44)
0.4
(22)
0.6
(35)
0.4
(21)
Montana
1.1
(10)
1.2
(11)
0.9
(9)
0.1
(1)
0.6
(6)
Nebraska
0.9
(16)
1.0
(18)
1.1
(19)
2.3
(41)
1.2
(21)
Nevada
0.9
(21)
0.4
(11)
0.5
(12)
0.5
(13)
0.6
(15)
New Hampshire
6.3
(82)
1.7
(22)
0.9
(12)
0.9
(12)
0.5
(7)
New Jersey
1.8
(154)
1.3
(111)
1.4
(124)
1.0
(86)
0.8
(71)
New Mexico
1.5
(28)
0.8
(16)
0.6
(12)
0.9
(18)
0.4
(8)
New York
2.0
(390)
1.1
(222)
1.2
(235)
0.9
(179)
0.7
(136)
North Carolina
1.0
(84)
1.2
(104)
0.7
(66)
0.7
(63)
0.4
(41)
North Dakota
0.3
(2)
0.5
(3)
0.3
(2)
0.3
(2)
0.3
(2)
Ohio
0.4
(51)
0.5
(53)
0.6
(68)
0.4
(51)
0.3
(36)
Oklahoma
0.2
(6)
0.3
(11)
0.4
(13)
0.4
(13)
0.2
(7)
Oregon
1.3
(46)
1.2
(44)
0.8
(31)
0.7
(25)
0.5
(19)
Pennsylvania
0.7
(85)
0.5
(67)
0.8
(96)
0.5
(68)
0.5
(68)
Rhode Island
1.8
(19)
1.5
(16)
1.3
(14)
1.1
(12)
0.9
(9)
South Carolina
0.9
(40)
0.6
(24)
0.4
(18)
0.4
(19)
1.4
(63)
South Dakota
0.1
(1)
1.1
(9)
0.8
(6)
0.5
(4)
0.4
(3)
Tennessee
2.4
(145)
1.1
(70)
0.9
(57)
0.5
(32)
0.2
(13)
Texas
2.0
(461)
1.4
(330)
1.1
(264)
1.1
(259)
0.7
(184)
Utah
0.8
(21)
0.5
(14)
0.3
(9)
0.5
(13)
0.3
(7)
Vermont
0.8
(5)
1.3
(8)
1.3
(8)
0.3
(2)
0.3
(2)
Virginia
1.2
(93)
0.8
(64)
1.2
(89)
0.7
(51)
0.5
(42)
Washington
0.8
(48)
0.8
(52)
0.9
(59)
0.8
(51)
0.6
(42)
West Virginia
0.2
(4)
0.3
(6)
0.6
(11)
0.3
(6)
0.3
(6)
Wisconsin
0.8
(47)
0.8
(42)
0.6
(32)
0.6
(33)
0.6
(33)
Wyoming
0.2
(1)
0.4
(2)
0.6
(3)
0.6
(3)
0.4
(2)
Total
1.5
4,488
1.2
3,579
1.0
2,979
0.9
2,585
0.6
1,987

*Rate per 100,000 population. †U=No data available for reporting.


 
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