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The tables listed in this report on pages 625–637 summarize finalized data, as of June 30, 2012, from the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS) for 2011. These data will be published in more detail in the Summary of Notifiable Diseases — United States, 2011 (1). Because no cases were reported in the United States during 2011, the following diseases do not appear in these early release tables: diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers.

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 2011 finalized tables are listed in the "Print Criteria" column of the NNDSS event code list, available at http://wwwn.cdc.gov/nndss/document/nndss_event_code_list_july_2011_28_final.pdf. The NNDSS website is updated annually to include the latest national surveillance case definitions approved by the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) for enumerating data on nationally notifiable infectious diseases.

Population estimates are from the National Center for Health Statistics postcensal estimates of the resident population of the United States for July 1, 2010–July 1, 2011, by year, county, single-year of age (0 to ≥85 years), bridged-race, (white, black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian or Pacific Islander), Hispanic origin (not Hispanic or Latino, Hispanic or Latino), and sex (vintage 2010), prepared under a collaborative arrangement with the U.S. Census Bureau. Population estimates for states are available at http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/bridged_race/data_documentation.htm#vintage2010 as of May 31, 2012. Population estimates for territories are 2010 estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau (2).

References

  1. CDC. Summary of notifiable diseases, United States, 2011. MMWR 2011;60(53). In press.
  2. US Census Bureau. International data base. Washington, DC: US Census Bureau; 2012. Available at http://www.census.gov/population/international/data/idb/informationGateway.php. Accessed August 10, 2012.

TABLE 2. Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Total resident population (in thousands)

Anthrax

Arboviral diseases

California serogroup virus

Eastern equine encephalitis virus

Powassan virus

St. Louis encephalitis virus

West Nile virus

Neuro- invasive

Nonneuro- invasive

Neuro- invasive

Neuro- invasive

Nonneuro- invasive

Neuro- invasive

Nonneuro- invasive

Neuro- invasive

Nonneuro- invasive

United States

309,049

1

120

17

4

12

4

4

2

486

226

New England

14,474

1

15

2

Connecticut

3,527

8

1

Maine

1,313

Massachusetts

6,631

1

5

1

New Hampshire

1,324

Rhode Island

1,057

1

Vermont

622

1

Mid. Atlantic

40,943

1

1

35

22

New Jersey

8,733

2

5

New York (Upstate)

11,146

1

19

14

New York City

8,431

9

2

Pennsylvania

12,633

1

5

1

E.N. Central

46,521

51

12

1

2

2

73

28

Illinois

12,944

1

22

12

Indiana

6,445

2

7

2

Michigan

9,931

1

32

2

Ohio

11,532

44

6

10

11

Wisconsin

5,669

3

6

1

2

2

2

1

W.N. Central

20,451

1

1

9

2

1

31

29

Iowa

3,023

5

4

Kansas

2,841

4

Minnesota

5,290

1

9

2

1

1

Missouri

6,012

1

1

6

4

Nebraska

1,811

14

15

North Dakota

654

1

3

South Dakota

820

2

S. Atlantic

59,659

1

52

5

1

67

27

Delaware

891

1

District of Columbia

611

10

5

Florida

18,678

1

1

20

4

Georgia

9,908

2

14

8

Maryland

5,737

1

10

9

North Carolina

9,459

26

2

South Carolina

4,597

1

Virginia

7,952

1

8

1

West Virginia

1,826

22

4

2

E.S. Central

18,367

15

1

56

24

Alabama

4,730

1

1

5

Kentucky

4,339

1

4

1

Mississippi

2,960

1

31

21

Tennessee

6,338

12

16

2

W.S. Central

36,376

3

28

11

Arkansas

2,910

3

1

Louisiana

4,529

6

4

Oklahoma

3,724

1

Texas

25,213

20

7

Mountain

22,380

1

71

35

Arizona

6,677

1

49

20

Colorado

5,095

2

5

Idaho

1,560

1

2

Montana

980

1

Nevada

2,655

12

4

New Mexico

2,034

4

Utah

2,831

1

2

Wyoming

548

1

2

Pacific

49,878

110

48

Alaska

709

California

37,267

110

48

Hawaii

1,300

Oregon

3,856

Washington

6,746

Territories

American Samoa

55

C.N.M.I.

54

Guam

159

Puerto Rico

3,722

U.S. Virgin Islands

106

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

Totals reported to the Division of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases (DVBD), National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCZVED) (ArboNET Surveillance), as of April 17, 2012.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Babesiosis

Botulism

Brucellosis

Chancroid§

Chlamydia trachomatis infection§

Total

Foodborne

Infant

Other

United States

1,128

153

24

97

32

79

8

1,412,791

New England

378

1

2

48,146

Connecticut

74

13,649

Maine

9

3,094

Massachusetts

208

1

2

22,764

New Hampshire

13

3,010

Rhode Island

73

4,146

Vermont

1

1,483

Mid. Atlantic

584

29

2

27

7

181,856

New Jersey

166

11

11

1

26,209

New York (Upstate)

361

2

1

1

37,494

New York City

57

4

1

3

3

65,269

Pennsylvania

N

12

12

3

52,884

E.N. Central

80

3

2

1

10

1

219,580

Illinois

8

64,939

Indiana

1

1

27,801

Michigan

1

1

49,568

Ohio

N

2

1

1

1

52,653

Wisconsin

80

24,619

W.N. Central

74

2

1

1

1

78,726

Iowa

1

10,705

Kansas

N

1

1

10,598

Minnesota

73

1

1

16,902

Missouri

N

27,887

Nebraska

6,780

North Dakota

1

2,445

South Dakota

N

3,409

S. Atlantic

5

9

1

8

13

2

293,101

Delaware

1

2

2

4,508

District of Columbia

6,585

Florida

6

76,033

Georgia

1

1

5

54,403

Maryland

4

2

2

1

27,212

North Carolina

N

2

2

54,819

South Carolina

1

2

28,932

Virginia

N

2

2

36,314

West Virginia

4,295

E.S. Central

2

7

7

4

98,576

Alabama

1

1

29,626

Kentucky

N

2

2

16,629

Mississippi

2

2

1

21,216

Tennessee

1

3

3

2

31,105

W.S. Central

6

1

4

1

15

1

187,144

Arkansas

3

16,052

Louisiana

31,614

Oklahoma

N

1

1

1

14,596

Texas

N

5

4

1

11

1

124,882

Mountain

26

10

15

1

10

1

90,226

Arizona

5

2

3

3

1

29,251

Colorado

4

3

1

21,811

Idaho

N

2

2

2

4,699

Montana

3,406

Nevada

N

1

1

10,507

New Mexico

2

2

2

11,374

Utah

N

12

8

4

3

7,086

Wyoming

2,092

Pacific

5

71

8

34

29

18

1

215,436

Alaska

6

6

5,739

California

4

58

1

30

27

15

1

166,773

Hawaii

1

6,001

Oregon

1

2

1

1

1

13,643

Washington

5

3

2

1

23,280

Territories

American Samoa

C.N.M.I.

Guam

1,071

Puerto Rico

N

N

5,634

U.S. Virgin Islands

N

820

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

Includes cases reported as wound and unspecified botulism.

§ Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of June 7, 2012.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Cholera

Coccidioidomycosis

Cryptosporidiosis

Cyclosporiasis

Dengue virus infection

Total

Confirmed

Probable

Dengue fever

Dengue hemorrhagic fever

United States

40

22,634

9,250

6,130

3,120

151

251

3

New England

4

2

418

358

60

12

4

Connecticut

N

71

71

10

1

Maine

N

51

19

32

N

Massachusetts

4

168

168

2

New Hampshire

1

68

40

28

Rhode Island

1

12

12

Vermont

N

48

48

N

3

Mid. Atlantic

14

6

904

824

80

38

69

New Jersey

1

N

56

55

1

8

New York (Upstate)

2

N

234

226

8

11

8

New York City

10

N

86

86

19

45

Pennsylvania

1

6

528

457

71

N

16

E.N. Central

2

56

2,676

1,476

1,200

7

21

2

Illinois

1

N

213

31

182

6

2

Indiana

N

261

79

182

2

Michigan

1

36

358

325

33

7

6

Ohio

20

1,106

303

803

2

Wisconsin

738

738

5

W.N. Central

1

130

1,563

714

849

3

13

Iowa

N

364

61

303

1

5

Kansas

1

N

42

42

1

Minnesota

104

309

309

6

Missouri

18

495

156

339

1

Nebraska

8

175

124

51

1

North Dakota

N

32

1

31

N

1

South Dakota

N

146

21

125

S. Atlantic

13

5

1,239

791

448

69

92

1

Delaware

7

7

1

2

District of Columbia

N

N

Florida

11

N

437

203

234

58

66

Georgia

1

N

307

307

6

6

Maryland

5

70

66

4

1

6

North Carolina

N

115

69

46

1

4

South Carolina

N

132

66

66

1

Virginia

1

N

140

54

86

2

7

1

West Virginia

N

31

19

12

E.S. Central

2

457

301

156

2

11

Alabama

N

138

16

122

N

4

Kentucky

2

N

177

160

17

N

4

Mississippi

N

50

50

N

Tennessee

N

92

75

17

2

3

W.S. Central

1

3

712

579

133

15

10

Arkansas

N

32

32

Louisiana

3

87

87

1

3

Oklahoma

N

89

2

87

Texas

1

N

504

458

46

14

7

Mountain

1

16,712

641

552

89

1

6

Arizona

16,467

46

42

4

2

Colorado

N

147

126

21

Idaho

N

111

79

32

N

Montana

5

77

77

N

Nevada

104

17

3

14

N

1

New Mexico

1

75

134

134

1

2

Utah

58

63

62

1

1

Wyoming

3

46

29

17

Pacific

2

5,720

640

535

105

4

25

Alaska

1

N

12

12

N

California

1

5,697

332

332

5

Hawaii

N

1

1

11

Oregon

13

207

179

28

Washington

10

88

11

77

4

9

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

Puerto Rico

1

N

N

N

1,507

34

U.S. Virgin Islands

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

Total number of reported laboratory-positive dengue cases including all confirmed cases [by anti-dengue virus (DENV) molecular diagnostic methods or seroconversion of anti-DENV IgM] and all probable cases (by a single, positive anti-DENV IgM). Totals reported to the Division of Vector-Borne Diseases (DVBD), National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID) (ArboNET Surveillance), as of April 17, 2012.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Ehrlichiosis/Anaplasmosis

Giardiasis

Gonorrhea

Anaplasma phagocytophilum

Ehrlichia chaffeensis

Ehrlichia ewingii

Undetermined

United States

2,575

850

13

148

16,747

321,849

New England

461

4

2

1,594

5,612

Connecticut

152

233

2,449

Maine

26

1

171

272

Massachusetts

172

758

2,353

New Hampshire

31

1

1

130

130

Rhode Island

72

2

1

79

360

Vermont

8

223

48

Mid. Atlantic

482

108

25

3,293

41,824

New Jersey

126

60

7

437

7,348

New York (Upstate)

314

41

11

1,144

6,240

New York City

36

4

917

14,466

Pennsylvania

6

3

7

795

13,770

E.N. Central

710

42

58

2,657

58,022

Illinois

11

25

407

17,037

Indiana

18

324

6,569

Michigan

4

5

550

12,901

Ohio

9

6

1

799

16,726

Wisconsin

690

7

34

577

4,789

W.N. Central

808

178

6

25

1,769

16,420

Iowa

N

N

N

N

271

1,920

Kansas

6

18

1

139

2,209

Minnesota

770

7

1

10

672

2,284

Missouri

25

151

5

13

344

7,802

Nebraska

1

1

1

179

1,352

North Dakota

3

54

251

South Dakota

3

1

110

602

S. Atlantic

72

272

6

16

2,756

79,089

Delaware

1

15

2

34

827

District of Columbia

N

N

N

N

56

2,569

Florida

11

15

1,255

19,689

Georgia

11

23

1

3

651

16,428

Maryland

7

33

2

291

6,458

North Carolina

21

83

1

N

17,454

South Carolina

2

1

117

8,350

Virginia

21

100

1

9

290

6,518

West Virginia

1

2

62

796

E.S. Central

15

78

1

14

171

27,134

Alabama

4

5

171

9,132

Kentucky

16

N

4,521

Mississippi

1

3

N

5,814

Tennessee

10

54

1

14

N

7,667

W.S. Central

20

167

1

349

49,001

Arkansas

8

53

123

4,687

Louisiana

1

1

226

9,169

Oklahoma

9

110

4,215

Texas

2

4

N

30,930

Mountain

1

5

1,326

11,336

Arizona

4

133

4,564

Colorado

N

N

N

N

445

2,363

Idaho

N

N

N

N

178

162

Montana

N

N

N

N

86

85

Nevada

79

2,000

New Mexico

N

N

N

N

108

1,839

Utah

1

256

277

Wyoming

1

41

46

Pacific

6

1

2

2,832

33,411

Alaska

N

N

N

N

101

984

California

2

1,728

27,516

Hawaii

N

N

N

N

38

685

Oregon

6

436

1,489

Washington

1

529

2,737

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

N

N

N

N

96

Puerto Rico

N

N

N

N

84

341

U.S. Virgin Islands

139

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of June 7, 2012.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Haemophilus influenza, invasive disease

Hansen disease (leprosy)

Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome

Hemolytic uremic syndrome, postdiarrheal

All ages, serotypes

Age <5 years

Serotype b

Nonserotype b

Unknown serotype

United States

3,539

14

145

226

82

23

290

New England

252

9

6

3

12

Connecticut

65

4

N

2

Maine

26

1

N

2

Massachusetts

121

7

2

5

New Hampshire

17

1

1

Rhode Island

16

1

2

Vermont

7

1

N

1

Mid. Atlantic

771

13

45

4

1

21

New Jersey

123

9

4

New York (Upstate)

195

8

1

N

1

13

New York City

187

15

4

4

Pennsylvania

266

5

20

N

E.N. Central

645

3

30

28

3

36

Illinois

188

6

8

7

Indiana

117

1

9

1

Michigan

72

14

9

Ohio

173

2

15

2

5

Wisconsin

95

6

15

W.N. Central

224

2

4

23

2

2

49

Iowa

3

1

13

Kansas

23

3

4

Minnesota

71

1

3

12

Missouri

80

13

2

20

Nebraska

30

1

1

4

North Dakota

16

3

N

South Dakota

1

1

S. Atlantic

783

2

25

46

14

24

Delaware

6

District of Columbia

1

N

N

Florida

232

23

11

4

Georgia

140

10

10

7

Maryland

95

1

7

1

2

2

North Carolina

85

8

5

South Carolina

79

2

3

3

Virginia

108

1

5

1

3

West Virginia

37

1

1

N

E.S. Central

225

3

14

7

1

25

Alabama

57

1

5

N

9

Kentucky

41

1

4

N

Mississippi

19

1

1

1

N

1

Tennessee

108

1

7

3

15

W.S. Central

163

9

13

19

41

Arkansas

35

5

2

12

Louisiana

53

13

1

Oklahoma

73

4

N

7

Texas

2

N

N

16

22

Mountain

294

3

31

16

2

16

25

Arizona

95

1

13

2

3

5

Colorado

67

5

3

6

Idaho

21

2

1

1

3

Montana

3

2

1

Nevada

17

3

1

2

2

New Mexico

47

2

10

5

2

Utah

42

2

9

1

5

Wyoming

2

1

Pacific

182

1

10

42

34

4

57

Alaska

26

11

N

N

California

44

27

14

42

Hawaii

32

4

20

1

Oregon

72

3

N

2

14

Washington

8

1

7

N

2

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

N

Puerto Rico

N

U.S. Virgin Islands

N

N

N

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Hepatitis, viral, acute

HIV diagnoses

Influenza-associated pediatric mortality§

Legionellosis

Listeriosis

A

B

C

United States

1,398

2,903

1,229

35,266

118

4,202

870

New England

77

97

88

1,003

4

406

61

Connecticut

18

19

47

305

1

81

18

Maine

6

8

12

46

1

18

4

Massachusetts

39

67

23

523

1

240

32

New Hampshire

3

N

40

26

4

Rhode Island

8

U

U

88

29

3

Vermont

6

6

1

1

12

Mid. Atlantic

252

291

140

5,628

15

1,353

158

New Jersey

79

73

53

812

4

235

33

New York (Upstate)

47

54

44

1,301

2

400

48

New York City

66

80

8

2,246

3

216

30

Pennsylvania

60

84

35

1,269

6

502

47

E.N. Central

214

353

143

3,641

19

864

116

Illinois

73

85

6

1,351

7

151

34

Indiana

24

70

84

434

2

71

11

Michigan

70

91

32

610

6

187

29

Ohio

39

90

6

987

1

386

29

Wisconsin

8

17

15

259

3

69

13

W.N. Central

59

124

35

1,085

9

122

62

Iowa

8

15

116

11

5

Kansas

4

15

8

126

14

14

Minnesota

27

20

17

283

3

29

6

Missouri

13

60

8

481

1

55

21

Nebraska

5

12

2

46

8

9

North Dakota

12

1

3

6

South Dakota

2

2

21

4

2

1

S. Atlantic

222

775

284

10,925

22

640

111

Delaware

2

13

U

99

24

District of Columbia

495

N

N

Florida

87

213

64

4,890

2

185

38

Georgia

27

142

53

1,431

4

55

9

Maryland

26

62

35

851

143

19

North Carolina

31

109

60

1,439

10

83

21

South Carolina

11

39

1

771

25

6

Virginia

30

84

25

857

5

93

15

West Virginia

8

113

46

92

1

32

3

E.S. Central

48

519

248

2,191

2

180

22

Alabama

8

119

23

592

29

9

Kentucky

10

151

142

233

2

53

4

Mississippi

7

57

U

552

14

4

Tennessee

23

192

83

814

84

5

W.S. Central

157

423

97

4,967

16

165

79

Arkansas

3

57

199

14

6

Louisiana

5

62

7

1,281

1

25

7

Oklahoma

11

100

53

262

4

15

15

Texas

138

204

37

3,225

11

111

51

Mountain

129

88

85

1,410

12

147

98

Arizona

77

14

U

494

4

46

8

Colorado

21

23

28

362

3

41

51

Idaho

6

2

12

16

9

5

Montana

3

9

17

1

3

Nevada

5

29

10

320

3

16

5

New Mexico

7

10

14

111

1

12

15

Utah

8

10

10

76

1

18

5

Wyoming

2

2

14

4

6

Pacific

240

233

109

4,416

19

325

163

Alaska

4

3

25

California

186

157

48

3,679

16

261

123

Hawaii

8

6

50

1

5

12

Oregon

11

32

20

213

1

22

9

Washington

31

35

41

449

1

37

19

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

43

120

70

1

Puerto Rico

21

28

N

436

9

U.S. Virgin Islands

5

22

1

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

Data on HIV diagnoses include persons with a diagnosis of HIV infection regardless of stage of disease (i.e., AIDS status) at diagnosis. Total number of HIV diagnoses case counts was reported to the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) through December 31, 2011.

§ Totals reported to the Division of Influenza, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), as of December 31, 2011.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Lyme disease

Malaria

Measles

Total

Confirmed

Probable

Total

Indigenous

Imported

United States

33,097

24,364

8,733

1,724

222

142

80

New England

8,602

6,080

2,522

109

28

18

10

Connecticut

3,039

2,004

1,035

20

1

1

Maine

1,006

801

205

6

Massachusetts

2,476

1,801

675

68

24

17

7

New Hampshire

1,299

887

412

3

1

1

Rhode Island

159

111

48

6

1

1

Vermont

623

476

147

6

1

1

Mid. Atlantic

14,114

11,255

2,859

438

49

35

14

New Jersey

4,262

3,398

864

97

4

3

1

New York (Upstate)

3,759

2,678

1,081

53

7

4

3

New York City

731

440

291

227

25

16

9

Pennsylvania

5,362

4,739

623

61

13

12

1

E.N. Central

4,094

2,808

1,286

174

21

15

6

Illinois

194

194

66

3

1

2

Indiana

94

81

13

14

14

13

1

Michigan

104

89

15

34

2

1

1

Ohio

53

36

17

41

Wisconsin

3,649

2,408

1,241

19

2

2

W.N. Central

2,291

1,304

987

109

34

30

4

Iowa

100

72

28

22

1

1

Kansas

17

11

6

10

6

6

Minnesota

2,124

1,185

939

46

26

23

3

Missouri

8

5

3

21

Nebraska

11

7

4

8

North Dakota

27

22

5

1

1

South Dakota

4

2

2

2

S. Atlantic

3,637

2,720

917

478

20

7

13

Delaware

873

767

106

7

1

1

District of Columbia

N

18

N

Florida

115

78

37

99

8

3

5

Georgia

32

32

91

Maryland

1,351

938

413

128

2

2

North Carolina

88

18

70

49

2

2

South Carolina

37

24

13

7

Virginia

1,023

756

267

78

7

3

4

West Virginia

118

107

11

1

E.S. Central

69

20

49

41

4

1

3

Alabama

24

9

15

9

Kentucky

3

3

10

1

1

Mississippi

5

3

2

1

Tennessee

37

5

32

21

3

1

2

W.S. Central

78

31

47

121

6

5

1

Arkansas

7

Louisiana

2

1

1

2

Oklahoma

2

2

10

Texas

74

28

46

102

6

5

1

Mountain

52

32

20

67

22

15

7

Arizona

15

8

7

21

2

2

Colorado

24

Idaho

4

3

1

2

Montana

11

9

2

2

Nevada

5

3

2

8

1

1

New Mexico

6

2

4

5

4

1

3

Utah

9

6

3

5

15

14

1

Wyoming

2

1

1

Pacific

160

114

46

187

38

16

22

Alaska

11

9

2

5

California

92

79

13

129

31

12

19

Hawaii

N

N

N

7

Oregon

38

9

29

22

3

2

1

Washington

19

17

2

24

4

2

2

Territories

American Samoa

N

1

C.N.M.I.

Guam

Puerto Rico

N

1

U.S. Virgin Islands

N

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

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, 2011

Area

Meningococcal disease

Mumps

Novel influenza A virus infections

All serogroups

Serogroup A, C, Y, and W-135

Serogroup B

Serogroup other

Serogroup unknown

United States

759

257

159

20

323

404

14

New England

29

18

7

2

2

12

2

Connecticut

3

2

1

Maine

5

3

2

2

2

Massachusetts

14

8

3

2

1

4

New Hampshire

1

1

Rhode Island

1

1

5

Vermont

5

4

1

1

Mid. Atlantic

92

20

5

1

66

55

3

New Jersey

13

13

13

New York (Upstate)

23

18

4

1

10

New York City

31

31

29

Pennsylvania

25

2

1

22

3

3

E.N. Central

115

59

44

6

6

110

3

Illinois

35

19

12

1

3

78

Indiana

25

12

12

1

3

2

Michigan

12

4

6

1

1

9

Ohio

24

13

7

2

2

16

Wisconsin

19

11

7

1

4

1

W.N. Central

63

15

15

3

30

35

4

Iowa

14

6

6

1

1

8

3

Kansas

5

5

4

Minnesota

15

6

8

1

2

1

Missouri

15

15

11

Nebraska

11

3

1

1

6

6

North Dakota

4

South Dakota

3

3

S. Atlantic

135

42

23

4

66

46

2

Delaware

1

1

District of Columbia

1

1

2

Florida

51

51

11

Georgia

14

10

1

2

1

5

Maryland

15

10

4

1

2

North Carolina

15

10

4

1

9

South Carolina

9

5

4

3

Virginia

18

3

8

7

13

West Virginia

11

4

2

1

4

1

2

E.S. Central

31

13

10

2

6

6

Alabama

11

4

5

2

2

Kentucky

8

3

1

1

3

Mississippi

3

1

1

1

3

Tennessee

9

5

3

1

1

W.S. Central

70

25

20

1

24

76

Arkansas

12

5

5

2

4

Louisiana

16

16

Oklahoma

12

7

4

1

4

Texas

30

13

11

6

68

Mountain

55

32

17

6

11

Arizona

16

7

5

4

Colorado

9

5

4

7

Idaho

7

6

1

2

Montana

4

4

Nevada

5

3

1

1

New Mexico

3

2

1

1

Utah

11

9

2

Wyoming

1

Pacific

169

33

18

1

117

53

Alaska

2

2

1

California

110

110

43

Hawaii

4

1

1

2

3

Oregon

31

22

6

3

4

Washington

22

10

12

2

Territories

American Samoa

C.N.M.I.

Guam

3

Puerto Rico

4

U.S. Virgin Islands

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Pertussis

Plague

Psittacosis

Q fever

Rabies

Total

Acute

Chronic

Animal

Human

United States

18,719

3

2

134

110

24

4,357

6

New England

870

2

1

1

344

2

Connecticut

68

N

195

Maine

205

2

1

1

66

Massachusetts

271

2

New Hampshire

170

N

N

25

Rhode Island

62

27

Vermont

94

N

N

31

Mid. Atlantic

2,305

1

14

11

3

835

2

New Jersey

312

6

6

1

New York (Upstate)

928

5

2

3

370

1

New York City

323

1

1

13

Pennsylvania

742

1

2

2

452

E.N. Central

4,526

1

20

16

4

195

Illinois

1,509

4

4

51

Indiana

367

1

1

28

Michigan

691

1

10

8

2

65

Ohio

767

1

1

51

Wisconsin

1,192

4

2

2

N

W.N. Central

1,636

5

3

2

197

Iowa

232

N

N

25

Kansas

145

31

Minnesota

658

1

1

56

Missouri

438

1

1

29

Nebraska

56

2

1

1

33

North Dakota

70

23

South Dakota

37

1

1

S. Atlantic

1,506

18

15

3

1,147

1

Delaware

29

District of Columbia

9

N

N

Florida

312

3

3

120

Georgia

179

2

2

Maryland

123

2

2

305

North Carolina

198

5

5

South Carolina

156

2

1

1

N

1

Virginia

399

3

1

2

618

West Virginia

101

1

1

104

E.S. Central

481

2

2

162

Alabama

143

1

1

83

Kentucky

179

1

1

16

Mississippi

49

Tennessee

110

63

W.S. Central

1,140

27

24

3

1,144

Arkansas

80

5

5

60

Louisiana

31

6

Oklahoma

68

3

3

60

Texas

961

N

19

16

3

1,018

Mountain

2,574

2

21

18

3

75

Arizona

867

2

1

1

N

Colorado

416

3

2

1

Idaho

192

6

Montana

134

15

14

1

N

Nevada

34

17

New Mexico

273

2

19

Utah

645

7

Wyoming

13

1

1

26

Pacific

3,681

1

25

22

3

258

1

Alaska

27

14

California

2,319

16

16

216

1

Hawaii

59

Oregon

314

1

1

1

17

Washington

962

8

6

2

11

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

7

N

Puerto Rico

8

N

47

U.S. Virgin Islands

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Rubella

Salmonellosis

Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC)

Shigellosis

Spotted fever rickettsiosis§

Total

Confirmed

Probable

United States

4

51,887

6,047

13,352

2,802

234

2,562

New England

1

2,106

212

271

10

2

8

Connecticut

466

57

41

Maine

134

28

32

1

1

Massachusetts

1

1,049

80

179

4

4

New Hampshire

178

22

4

3

2

1

Rhode Island

194

8

9

2

2

Vermont

85

17

6

Mid. Atlantic

5,649

663

1,430

179

4

175

New Jersey

1,222

143

481

136

2

134

New York (Upstate)

1,423

221

378

12

2

10

New York City

1,132

90

448

12

12

Pennsylvania

1,872

209

123

19

19

E.N. Central

5,119

1,023

925

120

8

106

Illinois

1,694

241

262

51

51

Indiana

634

132

88

33

3

24

Michigan

854

152

190

4

4

Ohio

1,187

183

314

21

3

18

Wisconsin

750

315

71

11

2

9

W.N. Central

3,001

1,021

381

301

21

280

Iowa

448

189

18

7

7

Kansas

463

108

72

Minnesota

717

285

87

11

11

Missouri

900

282

182

270

13

257

Nebraska

252

103

14

10

5

5

North Dakota

59

13

2

2

2

South Dakota

162

41

6

1

1

S. Atlantic

1

15,305

624

3,921

751

128

623

Delaware

175

16

6

20

20

District of Columbia

92

6

35

4

1

3

Florida

5,923

103

2,635

12

3

9

Georgia

2,645

122

670

88

88

Maryland

1,010

71

94

29

3

26

North Carolina

1

2,519

155

225

327

16

311

South Carolina

1,567

18

142

36

12

24

Virginia

1,208

123

107

231

5

226

West Virginia

166

10

7

4

4

E.S. Central

4,364

296

1,025

370

15

355

Alabama

1,266

74

322

79

5

74

Kentucky

606

75

252

4

3

1

Mississippi

1,438

37

241

24

1

23

Tennessee

1,054

110

210

263

6

257

W.S. Central

8,333

655

3,397

955

21

934

Arkansas

848

61

96

558

10

548

Louisiana

1,440

20

487

10

10

Oklahoma

827

88

275

335

8

327

Texas

5,218

486

2,539

52

3

49

Mountain

2,599

706

880

103

32

71

Arizona

886

126

434

77

31

46

Colorado

522

169

89

3

3

Idaho

143

117

17

2

2

Montana

120

37

124

1

1

Nevada

175

42

36

2

2

New Mexico

341

43

123

Utah

338

142

55

8

1

7

Wyoming

74

30

2

10

10

Pacific

2

5,411

847

1,122

13

3

10

Alaska

54

N

5

N

California

4,072

504

908

8

2

6

Hawaii

332

9

48

N

N

N

Oregon

364

136

57

1

1

Washington

2

589

198

104

4

1

3

Territories

American Samoa

1

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

2

19

16

N

Puerto Rico

468

6

N

U.S. Virgin Islands

6

N

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

Includes Escherichia coli O157:H7; shiga toxin-positive, serogroup non-O157; and shiga toxin positive, not serogrouped.

§ Total case count includes six unknown case status reports.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Streptococcal toxic-shock syndrome

Streptococcus pneumoniae, invasive disease

Syphilis§

Tetanus

Toxic-shock syndrome

All ages

Age <5 years

All stages

Congenital (age <2 yr)

Primary and secondary

United States

168

17,138

1,459

46,042

360

13,970

36

78

New England

25

807

54

1,110

416

1

3

Connecticut

N

354

14

189

65

N

Maine

12

136

4

24

12

Massachusetts

6

38

19

770

266

2

New Hampshire

110

5

33

18

1

Rhode Island

97

5

84

46

1

Vermont

7

72

7

10

9

Mid. Atlantic

54

2,598

138

6,882

23

1,688

1

13

New Jersey

23

680

43

971

5

232

1

New York (Upstate)

25

1,183

56

881

13

194

4

New York City

735

39

3,905

889

Pennsylvania

6

N

N

1,125

5

373

1

8

E.N. Central

37

3,283

262

4,812

37

1,845

8

16

Illinois

N

76

2,426

18

881

1

5

Indiana

13

819

40

468

173

2

Michigan

6

694

36

762

6

286

4

5

Ohio

18

1,278

83

954

13

440

1

Wisconsin

492

27

202

65

2

4

W.N. Central

835

112

982

1

330

4

10

Iowa

N

N

70

20

1

Kansas

N

N

76

24

1

1

Minnesota

580

47

367

139

1

3

Missouri

N

35

414

1

136

2

2

Nebraska

121

12

36

10

3

North Dakota

91

4

5

1

South Dakota

43

14

14

S. Atlantic

30

4,009

376

10,619

72

3,448

6

14

Delaware

1

52

124

27

District of Columbia

55

6

552

1

165

Florida

N

1,324

138

4,142

32

1,257

3

N

Georgia

1,173

94

1,895

10

678

2

10

Maryland

N

587

51

1,278

24

452

N

North Carolina

15

N

N

1,254

5

431

1

South Carolina

2

452

29

639

221

1

3

Virginia

7

N

33

726

213

N

West Virginia

5

366

25

9

4

E.S. Central

5

1,408

121

2,866

26

826

3

4

Alabama

N

42

10

758

10

228

2

Kentucky

5

226

23

335

2

129

2

Mississippi

N

148

14

748

6

191

1

N

Tennessee

992

74

1,025

8

278

2

W.S. Central

2,090

229

8,946

142

1,882

6

1

Arkansas

228

14

464

15

182

1

1

Louisiana

259

25

2,043

18

447

3

Oklahoma

N

N

37

270

2

84

N

Texas

N

1,603

153

6,169

107

1,169

2

N

Mountain

17

1,963

155

2,036

17

648

4

6

Arizona

767

55

906

14

274

2

2

Colorado

494

38

367

133

2

Idaho

N

5

42

13

1

Montana

N

20

N

9

7

N

Nevada

1

124

6

430

3

136

1

New Mexico

329

24

212

71

Utah

16

206

27

64

14

1

Wyoming

23

6

1

Pacific

145

12

7,789

42

2,887

3

11

Alaska

138

10

11

5

N

California

N

N

N

6,782

40

2,443

3

11

Hawaii

7

2

32

14

N

Oregon

N

N

N

252

97

N

Washington

N

N

N

712

2

328

N

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

26

5

Puerto Rico

N

671

2

254

1

N

U.S. Virgin Islands

7

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

The previous categories of invasive pneumococcal disease among children less than 5 years and invasive, drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae were eliminated. All cases of invasive S. pneumoniae disease, regardless of age or drug resistance are reported under a single disease code.

§ Includes the following categories: primary, secondary, latent (including early latent, late latent, and latent syphilis of unknown duration), neurosyphilis, late (including late syphilis with clinical manifestations other than neurosyphilis), and congenital syphilis.

Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of June 7, 2012.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Trichinellosis

Tuberculosis

Tularemia

Typhoid fever

Vancomycin-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus

United States

15

10,528

166

390

82

New England

1

334

8

29

6

Connecticut

83

5

1

Maine

1

9

Massachusetts

196

8

24

5

New Hampshire

11

N

Rhode Island

27

Vermont

8

Mid. Atlantic

2

1,501

4

93

35

New Jersey

1

331

3

39

4

New York (Upstate)

1

221

15

23

New York City

689

26

4

Pennsylvania

260

1

13

4

E.N. Central

2

844

8

45

14

Illinois

359

5

28

3

Indiana

1

100

1

4

N

Michigan

170

6

5

Ohio

1

145

1

3

5

Wisconsin

70

1

4

1

W.N. Central

2

356

49

15

3

Iowa

40

3

4

N

Kansas

36

11

4

N

Minnesota

2

137

3

2

Missouri

98

21

1

1

Nebraska

23

4

3

North Dakota

7

2

South Dakota

15

8

S. Atlantic

3

2,029

7

52

11

Delaware

21

1

District of Columbia

56

N

Florida

754

8

3

Georgia

N

347

9

Maryland

233

17

2

North Carolina

244

8

1

South Carolina

140

1

3

Virginia

2

221

6

9

2

West Virginia

1

13

E.S. Central

479

4

1

Alabama

161

Kentucky

N

71

1

N

Mississippi

91

1

Tennessee

156

3

W.S. Central

3

1,671

52

31

9

Arkansas

N

85

37

2

Louisiana

1

167

1

3

Oklahoma

94

15

2

Texas

2

1,325

26

6

Mountain

1

527

18

13

3

Arizona

1

255

3

2

Colorado

70

3

5

N

Idaho

12

2

N

Montana

8

3

N

Nevada

95

1

4

New Mexico

49

7

1

N

Utah

34

1

1

Wyoming

4

1

Pacific

1

2,787

16

112

Alaska

67

N

California

1

2,323

6

96

N

Hawaii

123

1

Oregon

74

5

6

N

Washington

200

5

9

N

Territories

American Samoa

N

3

2

N

C.N.M.I.

27

Guam

78

Puerto Rico

N

50

U.S. Virgin Islands

1

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

Totals reported to the Division of Tuberculosis Elimination, NCHHSTP, as of June 25, 2012.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2011

Area

Varicella

Vibriosis

Morbidity

Mortality

United States

14,513

5

832

New England

1,360

32

Connecticut

304

25

Maine

226

4

Massachusetts

513

N

New Hampshire

158

1

Rhode Island

42

2

Vermont

117

N

Mid. Atlantic

1,567

63

New Jersey

466

28

New York (Upstate)

N

N

N

New York City

26

Pennsylvania

1,101

9

E.N. Central

3,679

1

40

Illinois

881

16

Indiana

293

2

Michigan

1,036

9

Ohio

1,047

1

7

Wisconsin

422

6

W.N. Central

819

14

Iowa

N

N

N

Kansas

418

N

Minnesota

1

9

Missouri

248

3

Nebraska

20

North Dakota

65

2

South Dakota

67

N

N

S. Atlantic

1,905

286

Delaware

11

6

District of Columbia

12

1

Florida

861

155

Georgia

33

33

Maryland

N

35

North Carolina

N

N

15

South Carolina

13

11

Virginia

549

N

30

West Virginia

426

N

E.S. Central

294

35

Alabama

279

N

8

Kentucky

N

N

2

Mississippi

15

N

13

Tennessee

N

12

W.S. Central

3,005

1

135

Arkansas

347

N

Louisiana

100

N

54

Oklahoma

N

N

2

Texas

2,558

1

79

Mountain

1,737

2

42

Arizona

660

1

26

Colorado

447

N

6

Idaho

N

N

N

Montana

163

N

Nevada

N

N

6

New Mexico

65

1

2

Utah

389

1

Wyoming

13

N

1

Pacific

147

1

185

Alaska

64

N

California

39

100

Hawaii

44

33

Oregon

N

N

7

Washington

N

1

45

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

102

N

1

Puerto Rico

444

N

U.S. Virgin Islands

1

N: Not reportable U: Unavailable — : No reported cases C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

* No cases of diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2011. Data on hepatitis B virus, perinatal infection, 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 acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) case reporting.

Totals reported to the Division of Viral Diseases, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), as of June 30, 2012.


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