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Notice to Readers: Final 2007 Reports of Nationally Notifiable Infectious Diseases

Please note: Errata have been published for this article. To view the errata, please click here and here.

The tables listed in this report on pages 903--913 summarize finalized 2007 data, as of June 30, 2008, from the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS). These data will be published in more detail in the Summary of Notifiable Diseases, United States, 2007 (1). Because no cases of diphtheria, neuroinvasive or non-neuroinvasive western equine encephalitis virus disease, paralytic poliomyelitis, nonparalytic poliovirus infection, congenital rubella, severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus syndrome, smallpox, or yellow fever were reported in the United States during 2007, these diseases do not appear in these early release tables. Policies for reporting NNDSS data to CDC can vary by disease or reporting jurisdiction, depending on case status classification (i.e., confirmed, probable, or suspected).

The publication criteria used for the 2007 finalized tables are listed in the "Print Criteria" column of the NNDSS event code list, available at http://www.cdc.gov/ncphi/disss/nndss/phs/infdis.htm. The NNDSS website is updated annually to include the latest national surveillance case definitions approved by the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists for enumerating data on nationally notifiable infectious diseases.

Population estimates for the states are from the National Center for Health Statistics. Estimates of the July 1, 2000--July 1, 2006, United States resident population are from the Vintage 2006 postcensal series by year, county, age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin, prepared under a collaborative arrangement with the U.S. Census Bureau, and available at http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/about/major/dvs/popbridge/popbridge.htm. Population estimates for territories are 2006 estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau (2).

References

  1. CDC. Summary of notifiable diseases, United States, 2007. MMWR 2007;56(53)(in press).
  2. U.S. Census Bureau. International data base. Washington, DC: US Census Bureau. Available at http://www.census.gov/ipc/www/idb/summaries.html.


Table II

TABLE 2. Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Area
Total resident
population
(in thousands) AIDS† Anthrax
Botulism
Foodborne Infant Other§ Brucellosis
United States 299,398 38,151Ά 1 32 85 27 131
New England 14,271 1,323 1 — 1 — —
Connecticut 3,505 540 1 — 1 — —
Maine 1,322 45 — — — — —
Massachusetts 6,437 616 — — — — —
New Hampshire 1,315 51 — — — — —
Rhode Island 1,068 65 — — — — —
Vermont 624 6 — — — — —
Mid. Atlantic 40,472 7,788 — 2 22 3 4
New Jersey 8,725 1,170 — 1 9 — 2
New York (Upstate) 11,092 1,574 — — 2 1 —
New York City 8,214 3,269 — — — 2 1
Pennsylvania 12,441 1,775 — 1 11 — 1
E.N. Central 46,275 3,262 — 7 2 — 12
Illinois 12,832 1,367 — — 1 — 6
Indiana 6,313 337 — 3 — — —
Michigan 10,096 631 — — — — 5
Ohio 11,478 728 — 3 1 — —
Wisconsin 5,556 199 — 1 — — 1
W.N. Central 19,942 1,053 — — 1 — 12
Iowa 2,982 74 — — 1 — —
Kansas 2,764 132 — — — — —
Minnesota 5,167 194 — — — — 7
Missouri 5,843 548 — — — — 2
Nebraska 1,768 82 — — — — 2
North Dakota 636 8 — — — — 1
South Dakota 782 15 — — — — —
S. Atlantic 57,142 10,787 — 1 8 2 25
Delaware 853 171 — — 2 — —
District of Columbia 581 873 — — — — —
Florida 18,090 3,987 — — 1 — 10
Georgia 9,364 1,892 — — — — 4
Maryland 5,616 1,400 — — 2 — 2
North Carolina 8,856 999 — — 1 2 6
South Carolina 4,321 752 — — 1 — 3
Virginia 7,643 636 — 1 — — —
West Virginia 1,818 77 — — 1 — —
E.S. Central 17,755 1,700 — 1 2 — 4
Alabama 4,599 393 — — — — 1
Kentucky 4,206 296 — — 1 — —
Mississippi 2,911 352 — — — — —
Tennessee 6,039 659 — 1 1 — 3
W.S. Central 34,186 4,330 — 3 6 — 27
Arkansas 2,811 197 — — 2 — 1
Louisiana 4,288 885 — — — — —
Oklahoma 3,579 270 — — — — 1
Texas 23,508 2,978 — 3 4 — 25
Mountain 20,845 1,539 — 5 7 — 10
Arizona 6,166 609 — — 1 — 4
Colorado 4,753 353 — 4 2 — 2
Idaho 1,466 23 — — — — 1
Montana 945 25 — — — — —
Nevada 2,495 336 — — — N 2
New Mexico 1,955 112 — 1 2 — 1
Utah 2,550 69 — — 2 — —
Wyoming 515 12 — — — — —
Pacific 48,510 6,123 — 13 36 22 37
Alaska 670 29 — 10 — — —
California 36,458 5,344 — 1 35 20 33
Hawaii 1,285 77 — — — — 1
Oregon 3,701 242 — 1 — — 2
Washington 6,396 431 — 1 1 2 1
American Samoa 63 — — — — — —
C.N.M.I. 82 — — — — — —
Guam 171 5 — — — — —
Puerto Rico 3,928 853 — — — — N
U.S. Virgin Islands 109 35 — — — — —
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
* No cases of diphtheria; neuroinvasive or non-neuroinvasive western equine encephalitis virus disease, poliomyelitis, paralytic, poliovirus infection, nonparalytic, rubella, congenital
syndrome, severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus syndrome, smallpox and yellow fever were reported in 2007. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis
C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review. Data on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections are not included
because HIV infection reporting has been implemented on different dates and using different methods than for AIDS case reporting.
† Total number of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) cases reported to the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and
TB Prevention (NCHHSTP), through December 31, 2007.
§ Includes cases reported as wound and unspecified botulism.
Ά Includes 246 cases of AIDS in persons with unknown state or area of residence that were reported in 2007.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Area Chancroid** Chlamydia†† Cholera Coccidioidomycosis Cryptosporidiosis Cyclosporiasis
United States 23 1,108,374 7 8,121 11,170 93
New England 1 36,429 — 2 335 3
Connecticut — 11,454 — N 42 3
Maine — 2,541 — N 56 —
Massachusetts 1 16,145 — N 132 —
New Hampshire — 2,055 — 2 47 —
Rhode Island — 3,177 — — 11 —
Vermont — 1,057 — N 47 N
Mid. Atlantic 5 144,722 1 — 1,365 30
New Jersey — 21,536 — N 67 9
New York (Upstate) 4 29,975 — N 254 9
New York City 1 50,742 1 N 105 12
Pennsylvania — 42,469 — N 939 N
E.N. Central 2 180,524 2 36 1,921 7
Illinois — 55,470 — N 201 3
Indiana — 20,712 — N 149 2
Michigan — 37,353 1 24 211 1
Ohio — 47,434 1 12 570 —
Wisconsin 2 19,555 — N 790 1
W.N. Central — 63,085 — 86 1,659 1
Iowa — 8,643 — N 610 —
Kansas — 8,180 N N 144 1
Minnesota — 13,413 — 77 302 —
Missouri — 23,308 — 9 182 —
Nebraska — 5,132 — N 174 N
North Dakota — 1,789 — N 78 N
South Dakota — 2,620 — N 169 —
S. Atlantic 5 217,935 — 5 1,287 44
Delaware — 3,479 — — 20 —
District of Columbia — 6,029 — 2 3 2
Florida 3 57,575 — N 667 31
Georgia — 42,913 — N 239 3
Maryland — 23,150 — 3 36 1
North Carolina 2 30,611 — N 132 4
South Carolina — 26,431 — N 88 1
Virginia — 24,579 — N 90 2
West Virginia — 3,168 — N 12 —
E.S. Central — 82,503 1 — 616 2
Alabama — 25,153 — N 125 N
Kentucky — 8,798 1 N 249 N
Mississippi — 21,686 — N 102 N
Tennessee — 26,866 — N 140 2
W.S. Central 9 127,631 1 3 487 2
Arkansas — 9,954 — N 63 —
Louisiana 4 19,362 — 3 64 —
Oklahoma — 12,529 — N 127 —
Texas 5 85,786 1 N 233 2
Mountain — 74,414 1 4,998 2,922 3
Arizona — 24,866 1 4,832 53 —
Colorado — 17,186 — N 211 1
Idaho — 3,722 — N 464 N
Montana — 2,748 — N 75 N
Nevada — 9,514 — 72 37 N
New Mexico — 9,460 — 23 125 2
Utah — 5,721 — 68 1,901 —
Wyoming — 1,197 — 3 56 —
Pacific 1 181,131 1 2,991 578 1
Alaska — 4,911 — N 4 —
California 1 141,928 1 2,991 303 N
Hawaii — 5,659 — N 6 N
Oregon — 9,849 — N 126 —
Washington — 18,784 — N 139 1
American Samoa — — — N N N
C.N.M.I. — — — — — —
Guam — 822 — — — —
Puerto Rico — 7,909 — N N N
U.S. Virgin Islands — 348 — — — —
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
** Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of May 9, 2008.
†† Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of May 9, 2008. Chlamydia refers to genital infections caused by Chlamydia trachomatis.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Domestic arboviral diseases§§
California serogroup Eastern equine Powassan St. Louis West Nile
Area
Neuroinvasive
Nonneuroinvasive
Neuroinvasive
Nonneuroinvasive
Neuroinvasive
Nonneuroinvasive
Neuroinvasive
Nonneuroinvasive
Neuroinvasive
Nonneuroinvasive
United States 50 5 3 1 7 — 8 1 1,227 2,403
New England — — 2 1 — — — — 5 6
Connecticut — — — — — — — — 2 2
Maine — — — — — — — — — —
Massachusetts — — — — — — — — 3 3
New Hampshire — — 2 1 — — — — — —
Rhode Island — — — — — — — — — 1
Vermont — — — — — — — — — —
Mid. Atlantic 2 — — — 6 — — — 22 11
New Jersey — — — — — — — — 1 —
New York (Upstate) 2 — — — 6 — — — 3 1
New York City — — — — — — — — 13 5
Pennsylvania — — — — — — — — 5 5
E.N. Central 12 2 — — 1 — — — 113 65
Illinois 1 — — — — — — — 63 38
Indiana — — — — — — — — 14 10
Michigan — — — — — — — — 16 1
Ohio 9 — — — — — — — 13 10
Wisconsin 2 2 — — 1 — — — 7 6
W.N. Central 2 — — — — — — 1 249 739
Iowa 1 — — — — — — — 12 18
Kansas — — — — — — — — 14 26
Minnesota 1 — — — — — — — 44 57
Missouri — — — — — — — 1 61 16
Nebraska — — — — — — — — 21 142
North Dakota — — — — — — — — 49 320
South Dakota — — — — — — — — 48 160
S. Atlantic 21 2 — — — — — — 43 39
Delaware — — — — — — — — 1 —
District of Columbia — — — — — — — — — —
Florida — — — — — — — — 3 —
Georgia 1 1 — — — — — — 23 27
Maryland — — — — — — — — 6 4
North Carolina 9 1 — — — — — — 4 4
South Carolina — — — — — — — — 3 2
Virginia — — — — — — — — 3 2
West Virginia 11 — — — — — — — — —
E.S. Central 13 1 1 — — — 2 — 76 99
Alabama — — 1 — — — — — 17 7
Kentucky — — — — — — — — 4 —
Mississippi — — — — — — 2 — 50 86
Tennessee 13 1 — — — — — — 5 6
W.S. Central — — — — — — 5 — 269 158
Arkansas — — — — — — 2 — 13 7
Louisiana — — — — — — 3 — 27 13
Oklahoma — — — — — — — — 59 48
Texas — — — — — — — — 170 90
Mountain — — — — — — 1 — 289 1,041
Arizona — — — — — — — — 50 47
Colorado — — — — — — — — 99 477
Idaho — — — — — — — — 11 121
Montana — — — — — — — — 37 165
Nevada — — — — — — 1 — 2 10
New Mexico — — — — — — — — 39 21
Utah — — — — — — — — 28 42
Wyoming — — — — — — — — 23 158
Pacific — — — — — — — — 161 245
Alaska — — — — — — — — — —
California — — — — — — — — 154 226
Hawaii — — — — — — — — — —
Oregon — — — — — — — — 7 19
Washington — — — — — — — — — —
American Samoa — — — — — — — — — —
C.N.M.I. — — — — — — — — — —
Guam — — — — — — — — — —
Puerto Rico — — — — — — — — — —
U.S. Virgin Islands — — — — — — — — — —
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
§§ Totals reported to the Division of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Zoonotic, Vector-Borne, and Enteric Diseases (NCZVED) (ArboNET Surveillance),
as of June 1, 2008.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Area
Ehrlichiosis
Giardiasis GonorrheaΆΆ
Human
granulocytic
Human
monocytic
Human
(other and unspecified)
United States 834 828 337 19,417 355,991
New England 116 29 1 1,461 5,744
Connecticut 31 — — 370 2,327
Maine 9 3 — 197 118
Massachusetts 64 15 1 605 2,695
New Hampshire — — — 33 138
Rhode Island 11 11 — 85 402
Vermont 1 — — 171 64
Mid. Atlantic 271 155 4 3,283 36,479
New Jersey 38 69 1 403 6,076
New York (Upstate) 205 67 — 1,275 7,389
New York City 27 17 — 847 10,308
Pennsylvania 1 2 3 758 12,706
E.N. Central 75 42 236 2,867 72,903
Illinois 6 37 7 866 20,813
Indiana — — 1 N 8,790
Michigan — — — 620 15,482
Ohio 2 1 — 826 21,066
Wisconsin 67 4 228 555 6,752
W.N. Central 328 246 16 2,237 19,356
Iowa N N N 301 1,928
Kansas — 1 — 184 2,282
Minnesota 322 42 — 913 3,459
Missouri 5 201 16 515 9,876
Nebraska 1 2 N 160 1,434
North Dakota N N N 60 116
South Dakota — — — 104 261
S. Atlantic 22 145 26 3,088 85,787
Delaware 1 13 — 41 1,293
District of Columbia N N N 74 2,373
Florida 3 18 — 1,268 23,327
Georgia 1 13 — 681 17,835
Maryland 7 21 11 269 6,768
North Carolina 4 53 3 N 16,666
South Carolina — 3 2 121 10,326
Virginia 6 23 10 582 6,269
West Virginia — 1 — 52 930
E.S. Central 10 37 10 576 32,212
Alabama 3 10 2 273 10,885
Kentucky — 4 — N 3,449
Mississippi N N N N 8,314
Tennessee 7 23 8 303 9,564
W.S. Central 9 170 41 469 52,205
Arkansas 3 70 9 158 4,168
Louisiana — — — 139 11,137
Oklahoma 6 100 — 172 4,827
Texas — — 32 N 32,073
Mountain — — — 1,887 13,884
Arizona — — — 192 5,062
Colorado N N N 580 3,376
Idaho N N N 223 269
Montana N N N 112 122
Nevada N N N 146 2,357
New Mexico N N N 119 1,796
Utah — — — 466 821
Wyoming — — — 49 81
Pacific 3 4 3 3,549 37,421
Alaska N N N 79 579
California 2 4 3 2,336 31,294
Hawaii N N N 77 659
Oregon 1 — — 462 1,236
Washington N N N 595 3,653
American Samoa N N N — —
C.N.M.I. — — — — —
Guam N N N 2 141
Puerto Rico N N N 371 323
U.S. Virgin Islands — — — — 69
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
ΆΆ Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of May 9, 2008.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Haemophilus influenzae, invasive disease
Hansen
disease
(leprosy)
Hantavirus
pulmonary
syndrome
Hemolytic
uremic
syndrome,
postdiarrheal
All ages,
serotypes
Age <5 years
Area Serotype b Nonserotype b Unknown serotype
United States 2,541 22 199 180 101 32 292
New England 188 2 13 3 5 — 18
Connecticut 54 — 5 — 2 N 11
Maine 13 — 1 — N — 1
Massachusetts 89 2 6 1 2 — 2
New Hampshire 18 — — 2 1 — 1
Rhode Island 10 — — — — — —
Vermont 4 — 1 — N — 3
Mid. Atlantic 491 — 10 40 10 2 18
New Jersey 70 — — 8 3 — 3
New York (Upstate) 153 — 8 4 N — 13
New York City 103 — — 13 7 — 2
Pennsylvania 165 — 2 15 — 2 N
E.N. Central 401 3 23 30 5 — 47
Illinois 124 — — 12 1 — 5
Indiana 78 1 4 1 1 — 16
Michigan 31 1 5 6 2 — 6
Ohio 108 — 6 9 1 — 14
Wisconsin 60 1 8 2 — — 6
W.N. Central 161 2 14 8 3 2 44
Iowa 1 — — — — — 10
Kansas 11 — — 2 — — —
Minnesota 82 1 11 — 1 — 18
Missouri 42 — — 5 2 — 9
Nebraska 19 1 3 — — 1 4
North Dakota 6 — — 1 N — 2
South Dakota — — — — — 1 1
S. Atlantic 620 1 53 40 12 — 34
Delaware 8 — — 2 — — —
District of Columbia 3 — — — — — —
Florida 168 — 18 8 10 — 6
Georgia 127 — 14 11 N — 14
Maryland 88 — 11 — — — —
North Carolina 59 — 7 1 — — 12
South Carolina 57 1 2 6 1 — 1
Virginia 80 — — 11 1 — 1
West Virginia 30 — 1 1 N — —
E.S. Central 140 — 2 17 4 — 29
Alabama 29 — — 2 1 N 7
Kentucky 10 — — 2 — — N
Mississippi 10 — — 3 2 N —
Tennessee 91 — 2 10 1 — 22
W.S. Central 131 3 11 4 28 5 22
Arkansas 12 — 2 1 5 — 1
Louisiana 14 — 1 3 — 2 1
Oklahoma 91 — 8 — — — 9
Texas 14 3 — — 23 3 11
Mountain 261 6 47 18 5 18 24
Arizona 91 3 16 5 — 6 8
Colorado 58 1 9 — 1 6 4
Idaho 8 — 3 — — 1 4
Montana 2 — — — — 2 —
Nevada 12 — 2 3 3 — N
New Mexico 43 1 6 8 1 3 —
Utah 41 1 11 1 — — 8
Wyoming 6 — — 1 — — —
Pacific 148 5 26 20 29 5 56
Alaska 15 — — 4 1 N N
California 48 2 24 3 13 3 44
Hawaii 12 — — 1 15 — —
Oregon 67 — — 11 N — 10
Washington 6 3 2 1 — 2 2
American Samoa — — — — — N N
C.N.M.I. — — — — — — —
Guam 1 — — — 7 N —
Puerto Rico 2 — — 1 — N N
U.S. Virgin Islands N — — — — — —
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Influenzaassociated
pediatric
mortality*** Legionellosis Listeriosis Lyme disease Malaria
Hepatitis, viral, acute
Area A B C
United States 2,979 4,519 845 77 2,716 808 27,699 1,408
New England 131 125 48 1 165 51 7,789 94
Connecticut 26 38 20 1 44 13 3,058 30
Maine 5 19 1 — 9 5 529 8
Massachusetts 66 42 10 — 50 25 2,988 34
New Hampshire 12 5 N — 8 4 899 9
Rhode Island 14 16 8 — 45 3 177 8
Vermont 8 5 9 — 9 1 138 5
Mid. Atlantic 455 561 174 10 842 167 11,293 403
New Jersey 124 162 95 — 116 33 3,134 72
New York (Upstate) 79 89 45 5 234 34 3,748 78
New York City 156 122 — 5 184 39 417 209
Pennsylvania 96 188 34 — 308 61 3,994 44
E.N. Central 343 457 140 6 608 120 2,124 139
Illinois 118 129 16 2 111 34 149 63
Indiana 28 64 14 1 71 18 55 11
Michigan 97 120 89 — 172 23 71 20
Ohio 68 124 20 2 215 33 33 28
Wisconsin 32 20 1 1 39 12 1,816 17
W.N. Central 201 121 32 9 118 32 1,567 57
Iowa 48 26 — — 11 8 124 3
Kansas 11 9 — 1 10 4 173 4
Minnesota 93 25 28 6 30 6 1,239 29
Missouri 22 39 3 — 46 6 10 8
Nebraska 19 13 1 1 15 6 9 7
North Dakota 2 2 — — 2 — 12 5
South Dakota 6 7 — 1 4 2 — 1
S. Atlantic 485 1,039 92 12 464 148 4,575 273
Delaware 9 15 — — 12 3 715 4
District of Columbia U U U — 17 3 116 3
Florida 152 337 16 2 153 34 30 56
Georgia 67 155 18 5 43 31 11 39
Maryland 73 113 15 — 89 15 2,576 76
North Carolina 66 128 17 1 51 33 53 22
South Carolina 18 65 — — 17 10 31 7
Virginia 89 144 8 4 61 16 959 65
West Virginia 11 82 18 — 21 3 84 1
E.S. Central 109 385 89 3 102 29 79 39
Alabama 24 128 10 1 12 8 21 7
Kentucky 20 76 29 — 50 2 6 9
Mississippi 8 37 13 — — 3 2 2
Tennessee 57 144 37 2 40 16 50 21
W.S. Central 319 1,065 120 18 153 76 98 156
Arkansas 14 72 — — 17 4 8 2
Louisiana 28 100 4 3 6 6 2 14
Oklahoma 13 152 49 1 9 2 1 10
Texas 264 741 67 14 121 64 87 130
Mountain 231 214 44 8 112 41 54 65
Arizona 152 81 — 2 40 12 3 12
Colorado 26 35 20 1 21 11 — 23
Idaho 8 15 4 — 6 1 13 6
Montana 9 1 1 — 3 1 7 3
Nevada 12 49 9 1 9 8 15 3
New Mexico 12 13 5 2 10 4 5 5
Utah 9 15 5 2 20 3 7 13
Wyoming 3 5 — — 3 1 4 —
Pacific 705 552 106 10 152 144 120 182
Alaska 5 9 — 2 — 2 10 2
California 603 402 72 5 112 102 75 130
Hawaii 7 17 — — 2 7 N 2
Oregon 31 59 16 — 14 8 23 18
Washington 59 65 18 3 24 25 12 30
American Samoa — 14 1 — N N N —
C.N.M.I. — — — — — — — —
Guam — 3 1 — — N — 1
Puerto Rico 64 93 — — 4 1 N 3
U.S. Virgin Islands — — — — — — N —
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
*** Totals reported to the Division of Influenza, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), as of June 30, 2008.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Measles
Meningococcal disease
Area Indigenous Imported†††
All
serogroups
Serogroup
A, C, Y, & W-135
Serogroup
B
Other
serogroup
Serogroup
unknown
United States 14 29 1,077 325 167 35 550
New England — 1 45 24 11 3 7
Connecticut — — 6 4 — 2 —
Maine — — 8 4 3 1 —
Massachusetts — 1 20 13 4 — 3
New Hampshire — — 3 1 1 — 1
Rhode Island — — 3 1 2 — —
Vermont — — 5 1 1 — 3
Mid. Atlantic — 11 128 32 8 1 87
New Jersey — 1 18 — — — 18
New York (Upstate) — 2 38 24 7 1 6
New York City — 5 22 — — — 22
Pennsylvania — 3 50 8 1 — 41
E.N. Central 3 1 167 53 32 3 79
Illinois — 1 61 — — — 61
Indiana — — 31 18 13 — —
Michigan 3 — 28 13 5 3 7
Ohio — — 35 19 6 — 10
Wisconsin — — 12 3 8 — 1
W.N. Central — 1 73 35 14 5 19
Iowa — — 15 9 4 — 2
Kansas — — 5 — — — 5
Minnesota — 1 26 20 5 1 —
Missouri — — 17 1 3 4 9
Nebraska — — 5 3 1 — 1
North Dakota — — 2 — — — 2
South Dakota — — 3 2 1 — —
S. Atlantic 5 3 177 85 43 13 36
Delaware — — 1 — — — 1
District of Columbia — — — — — — —
Florida 4 1 67 32 18 7 10
Georgia — — 24 13 5 — 6
Maryland — — 21 14 5 2 —
North Carolina 1 2 22 11 6 1 4
South Carolina — — 16 7 3 1 5
Virginia — — 23 7 5 2 9
West Virginia — — 3 1 1 — 1
E.S. Central — — 54 3 3 — 48
Alabama — — 9 2 1 — 6
Kentucky — — 13 — — — 13
Mississippi — — 12 — — — 12
Tennessee — — 20 1 2 — 17
W.S. Central 5 2 115 46 29 7 33
Arkansas — — 9 5 1 — 3
Louisiana — — 29 3 3 — 23
Oklahoma — — 22 7 10 5 —
Texas 5 2 55 31 15 2 7
Mountain — 1 69 33 13 3 20
Arizona — — 13 2 1 1 9
Colorado — — 22 14 7 1 —
Idaho — — 8 1 — — 7
Montana — — 3 1 — — 2
Nevada — — 6 3 2 — 1
New Mexico — 1 3 3 — — —
Utah — — 12 9 2 1 —
Wyoming — — 2 — 1 — 1
Pacific 1 9 249 14 14 — 221
Alaska — — 3 — — — 3
California 1 3 177 — — — 177
Hawaii — 2 10 — 2 — 8
Oregon — 1 31 — — — 31
Washington — 3 28 14 12 — 2
American Samoa — — — — — — —
C.N.M.I. — — — — — — —
Guam — — — — — — —
Puerto Rico — — 8 — — — 8
U.S. Virgin Islands — — — — — — —
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
††† Imported cases include only those directly related to importation from other countries.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Novel
influenza A
virus infections
Rocky
Mountain
spotted
fever
Rabies
Area Mumps Pertussis Plague Psittacosis Q Fever Animal Human
United States 800 4 10,454 7 12 171 5,862 1 2,221
New England 43 — 1,552 — — 8 522 — 10
Connecticut 2 — 89 — N — 219 — —
Maine 24 — 83 — — 7 86 — N
Massachusetts 14 — 1,178 — — 1 N — 9
New Hampshire 2 — 80 — — N 53 — 1
Rhode Island 1 — 59 — — — N — —
Vermont — — 63 — — N 164 — —
Mid. Atlantic 68 — 1,314 — 2 5 997 — 85
New Jersey 2 — 229 — 1 4 — — 32
New York (Upstate) 26 — 549 — 1 — 514 — 7
New York City 17 — 150 — — — 44 — 28
Pennsylvania 23 — 386 — — 1 439 — 18
E.N. Central 272 4 1,495 — 4 24 301 — 60
Illinois 170 1 199 — — 14 — — 39
Indiana 3 — 68 — — — 13 — 6
Michigan 28 1 292 — 2 4 202 — 4
Ohio 20 2 609 — — 2 86 — 10
Wisconsin 51 — 327 — 2 4 N — 1
W.N. Central 112 — 909 — — 26 276 1 369
Iowa 27 — 150 — — N 31 — 17
Kansas 28 — 104 — — 4 110 — 12
Minnesota 28 — 393 — — 5 40 1 6
Missouri 12 — 118 — — 12 38 — 315
Nebraska 8 — 70 — — 4 — — 14
North Dakota 3 — 14 — — — 30 — —
South Dakota 6 — 60 — — 1 27 — 5
S. Atlantic 102 — 978 — — 19 2,184 — 1,020
Delaware 1 — 11 — — — — — 17
District of Columbia 1 — 9 — — — — — 3
Florida 21 — 211 — — 2 128 — 19
Georgia — — 37 — — 3 300 — 60
Maryland 19 — 118 — — 4 431 — 63
North Carolina 28 — 330 — — 4 472 — 665
South Carolina 2 — 102 — — 1 46 — 64
Virginia 27 — 128 — — 4 730 — 123
West Virginia 3 — 32 — — 1 77 — 6
E.S. Central 20 — 463 — 2 10 156 — 276
Alabama 14 — 91 N 1 — — — 96
Kentucky — — 33 — — 3 21 — 5
Mississippi 2 — 255 — — — 3 — 20
Tennessee 4 — 84 — 1 7 132 — 155
W.S. Central 34 — 1,303 — — 16 1,086 — 361
Arkansas 4 — 173 — — 1 33 — 122
Louisiana 1 — 21 — — 4 6 — 4
Oklahoma 8 — 58 — — N 78 — 186
Texas 21 — 1,051 — N 11 969 — 49
Mountain 49 — 1,137 7 2 41 97 — 37
Arizona 10 — 210 2 — 2 N — 10
Colorado 17 — 307 — 2 19 — — 3
Idaho 7 — 45 — — — 12 — 4
Montana 1 — 53 — — — 21 — 1
Nevada 12 — 37 — — 8 13 — —
New Mexico — — 74 5 — 12 15 — 6
Utah 1 — 387 — — — 16 — —
Wyoming 1 — 24 — — — 20 — 13
Pacific 100 — 1,303 — 2 22 243 — 3
Alaska 2 — 89 — — — 45 — N
California 42 — 590 — 1 20 186 — 1
Hawaii 2 — 19 — — — — — N
Oregon 1 — 123 — 1 1 12 — 2
Washington 53 — 482 — — 1 — — N
American Samoa 1 — — — N N N N N
C.N.M.I. — — — — — — — — —
Guam 6 — — — N N — — N
Puerto Rico 6 — — — N N 48 — N
U.S. Virgin Islands — — — — — — N — N
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Area Rubella Salmonellosis
Shiga
toxin-producing
E. Coli (STEC)§§§ Shigellosis
Streptococcal
disease, invasive,
group A
Streptococcal
toxic-shock
syndrome
United States 12 47,995 4,847 19,758 5,294 132
New England 1 2,239 315 250 409 38
Connecticut — 431 71 44 132 36
Maine — 138 41 14 28 N
Massachusetts 1 1,305 145 155 190 —
New Hampshire — 171 35 7 27 —
Rhode Island — 111 8 25 14 —
Vermont — 83 15 5 18 2
Mid. Atlantic 5 5,946 531 939 946 4
New Jersey 4 1,226 118 184 173 1
New York (Upstate) — 1,476 208 185 295 —
New York City 1 1,296 50 283 226 —
Pennsylvania — 1,948 155 287 252 3
E.N. Central 4 5,923 746 3,186 987 56
Illinois 1 1,966 131 781 293 33
Indiana — 675 105 296 128 10
Michigan 3 966 128 83 201 2
Ohio — 1,322 155 1,257 239 11
Wisconsin — 994 227 769 126 —
W.N. Central — 2,877 780 1,819 351 5
Iowa — 477 175 109 — —
Kansas — 405 52 26 32 —
Minnesota — 701 232 237 173 3
Missouri — 764 152 1,276 85 1
Nebraska — 275 93 28 25 1
North Dakota — 81 29 21 24 —
South Dakota — 174 47 122 12 —
S. Atlantic 1 12,650 710 4,772 1,264 14
Delaware — 140 16 11 10 1
District of Columbia — 64 — 18 17 —
Florida — 5,022 164 2,288 309 N
Georgia — 2,031 94 1,641 259 —
Maryland 1 903 85 117 212 —
North Carolina — 1,844 153 105 167 7
South Carolina — 1,166 14 220 101 —
Virginia — 1,249 165 200 162 1
West Virginia — 231 19 172 27 5
E.S. Central — 3,482 319 3,037 213 4
Alabama — 980 67 741 N N
Kentucky — 574 123 504 41 4
Mississippi — 1,048 8 1,420 N N
Tennessee — 880 121 372 172 —
W.S. Central — 6,065 300 3,117 401 —
Arkansas — 847 45 105 19 —
Louisiana — 978 12 493 16 —
Oklahoma — 706 33 161 85 N
Texas — 3,534 210 2,358 281 N
Mountain — 2,752 589 983 574 10
Arizona — 1,001 106 557 208 —
Colorado — 563 154 123 145 1
Idaho — 155 133 14 18 —
Montana — 121 — 27 N N
Nevada — 263 31 79 2 4
New Mexico — 290 42 108 107 1
Utah — 286 100 42 89 4
Wyoming — 73 23 33 5 —
Pacific 1 6,061 557 1,655 149 1
Alaska — 87 5 8 25 1
California 1 4,571 293 1,331 — —
Hawaii — 313 39 71 124 —
Oregon — 330 79 86 N N
Washington — 760 141 159 N N
American Samoa — — — 5 4 N
C.N.M.I. — — — — — —
Guam — 20 — 19 14 —
Puerto Rico 1 949 1 24 N N
U.S. Virgin Islands — — — — — —
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
§§§ Includes E-coli O157:H7; shiga toxin-positive, serogroup non-O157; and shiga toxin-positive, not serogrouped.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Streptococcus
pneumoniae,
invasive disease,
drug-resistant
Streptococcus
pneumoniae,
invasive disease,
nondrug-resistant
age <5 yrs
SyphilisΆΆΆ
Toxic-shock
Area syndrome
All
ages
Age
<5 yrs All stages****
Congenital
(age <1 yr)
Primary and
secondary Tetanus Trichinellosis
United States 3,329 563 2,032 40,920 430 11,466 28 92 5
New England 156 21 141 707 2 279 1 1 —
Connecticut 99 11 24 148 2 39 — N —
Maine 13 3 4 21 — 9 — N —
Massachusetts 2 2 89 399 — 155 — — —
New Hampshire — — 13 52 — 30 1 1 —
Rhode Island 24 3 9 76 — 36 — — —
Vermont 18 2 2 11 — 10 — — —
Mid. Atlantic 168 31 350 6,769 35 1,558 3 18 4
New Jersey — — 75 926 11 227 — 5 1
New York (Upstate) 58 12 123 798 8 155 2 5 2
New York City — — 152 4,201 8 913 1 — 1
Pennsylvania 110 19 N 844 8 263 — 8 —
E.N. Central 847 139 334 2,628 29 901 2 23 —
Illinois 225 49 84 1,220 10 464 2 9 —
Indiana 203 36 37 217 3 54 — 2 —
Michigan 3 2 84 472 14 123 — 8 —
Ohio 416 52 69 549 1 194 — 2 —
Wisconsin — — 60 170 1 66 — 2 —
W.N. Central 360 53 116 876 2 359 5 17 —
Iowa — — — 65 1 21 — — —
Kansas 90 10 3 97 — 28 1 — —
Minnesota 186 35 66 186 — 59 1 9 —
Missouri 65 3 27 484 1 239 3 3 —
Nebraska 2 — 18 30 — 4 — 5 —
North Dakota — — 1 2 — 1 — — —
South Dakota 17 5 1 12 — 7 — — —
S. Atlantic 1,349 249 349 10,088 63 2,784 9 9 —
Delaware 11 2 — 63 — 18 — — —
District of Columbia 21 1 3 416 1 178 1 — —
Florida 726 134 71 3,918 20 913 5 N —
Georgia 510 103 85 2,254 9 680 2 1 N
Maryland 1 — 72 1,170 23 345 1 N —
North Carolina N — N 1,093 7 323 — 7 —
South Carolina — — 58 411 1 91 — — —
Virginia N — 52 736 1 230 — 1 —
West Virginia 80 9 8 27 1 6 — — —
E.S. Central 282 38 119 3,078 13 936 2 9 —
Alabama N — N 1,006 9 380 1 3 —
Kentucky 28 3 N 153 — 56 — 6 N
Mississippi 61 — 13 707 — 133 — N —
Tennessee 193 35 106 1,212 4 367 1 — —
W.S. Central 96 14 350 7,900 150 1,880 — 1 —
Arkansas 6 2 19 371 12 122 — — N
Louisiana 90 12 39 1,807 36 533 — 1 —
Oklahoma N — 65 216 3 65 — N —
Texas — — 227 5,506 99 1,160 — N —
Mountain 68 15 259 2,051 45 543 2 12 —
Arizona — — 128 1,245 30 296 — 5 —
Colorado — — 52 157 2 57 — 4 —
Idaho N — 2 14 — 1 — 1 —
Montana — — 1 8 — 8 1 N —
Nevada N — N 396 7 111 — — —
New Mexico — — 44 180 6 46 1 — —
Utah 51 12 32 45 — 20 — 2 —
Wyoming 17 3 — 6 — 4 — — —
Pacific 3 3 14 6,823 91 2,226 4 2 1
Alaska N — N 16 — 7 — N —
California N — N 6,323 87 2,038 4 2 1
Hawaii 3 3 14 58 — 9 — N —
Oregon N — N 59 2 18 — N —
Washington N — N 367 2 154 — N —
American Samoa N N N — — — — N N
C.N.M.I. — — — — — — — — —
Guam — — — 37 2 8 — — —
Puerto Rico — — N 1,267 8 169 3 N N
U.S. Virgin Islands — — N 5 — — — — —
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
ΆΆΆ Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of May 9, 2008.
**** Includes the following categories: primary, secondary, latent (including neurosyphilis, early latent, late latent, late with clinical manifestations other than neurosyphilis, and
unknown latent), and congenital syphilis.

TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2007
Area Tuberculosis†††† Tularemia
Typhoid
fever
Vancomycinintermediate
Staphylococcus
aureus
Vancomycinresistant
Staphylococcus
aureus
Varicella
(morbidity) (mortality) Vibriosis
United States 13,299 137 434 37 2 40,146 6 549
New England 410 8 26 2 — 2,551 2 38
Connecticut 108 — 8 1 — 1,440 2 16
Maine 19 — — N — 357 — —
Massachusetts 224 7 15 1 — — N 20
New Hampshire 11 1 1 N — 374 — 1
Rhode Island 45 — 2 — — — — —
Vermont 3 — — — — 380 — 1
Mid. Atlantic 1,918 2 131 17 — 4,680 1 20
New Jersey 467 1 35 N N N N 17
New York (Upstate) 261 — 16 2 — N N N
New York City 914 1 70 13 — N 1 3
Pennsylvania 276 — 10 2 — 4,680 — N
E.N. Central 1,197 2 47 4 2 11,309 — 9
Illinois 521 1 24 — — 1,091 N N
Indiana 128 1 2 N — 444 — 3
Michigan 226 — 7 — 2 4,187 — N
Ohio 252 — 11 4 — 4,536 — 6
Wisconsin 70 — 3 N N 1,051 N N
W.N. Central 504 57 13 3 — 1,733 — —
Iowa 43 — 1 — — N N N
Kansas 59 4 1 N N 586 N N
Minnesota 238 1 8 — — — — —
Missouri 119 35 3 3 — 923 — N
Nebraska 25 10 — — — N N N
North Dakota 7 — — — — 140 N N
South Dakota 13 7 — — — 84 — N
S. Atlantic 2,708 5 83 5 — 5,296 — 216
Delaware 19 — 2 — — 49 N 7
District of Columbia 60 — 1 N N 32 — 3
Florida 989 — 15 1 — 1,321 — 97
Georgia 474 — 17 1 — N N 23
Maryland 270 1 17 N N N — 25
North Carolina 345 1 8 — — N N 20
South Carolina 218 — 1 2 — 1,103 — 8
Virginia 309 3 21 1 — 1,582 — 33
West Virginia 24 — 1 — — 1,209 — N
E.S. Central 666 3 4 — — 701 — 23
Alabama 175 — 3 N N 699 N 10
Kentucky 120 1 — N N N N —
Mississippi 137 — — N N 2 N 9
Tennessee 234 2 1 — — N — 4
W.S. Central 1,983 34 25 4 — 10,992 — 62
Arkansas 106 15 — — — 808 — N
Louisiana 218 — — — — 123 N —
Oklahoma 149 18 3 1 — N N 2
Texas 1,510 1 22 3 — 10,061 N 60
Mountain 629 20 17 2 — 2,798 — 17
Arizona 304 3 7 1 — — — 11
Colorado 111 3 6 N — 1,089 N 6
Idaho 9 — — N N N N N
Montana 11 — — N N 424 — N
Nevada 102 — — — — N N N
New Mexico 51 1 1 N N 422 N —
Utah 39 9 3 1 — 828 — —
Wyoming 2 4 — — — 35 — —
Pacific 3,284 6 88 — — 86 3 164
Alaska 51 1 — N N 43 N 2
California 2,726 1 71 N N — 2 104
Hawaii 122 — 6 N N 43 N 25
Oregon 94 3 4 N N N N 8
Washington 291 1 7 N N N 1 25
American Samoa 3 — — N N N N N
C.N.M.I. 41 — — — — — — —
Guam 92 — — N — 239 — 1
Puerto Rico 98 N — — — 727 N N
U.S. Virgin Islands — — — N — — N N
N: Not notifiable. U: Unavailable. —: No reported cases. C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
†††† Totals reported to the Division of Tuberculosis Elimination, NCHHSTP, as of May 16, 2008.
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