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The tables listed in this report on pages 970–982 summarize finalized data, as of June 30, 2013, from the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS) for 2012. These data will be published in more detail in the Summary of Notifiable Diseases — United States, 2012 (1). Because no cases were reported in the United States during 2012, the following diseases do not appear in these early release tables: anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome–associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and nonneuroinvasive; 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 2012 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_2012.pdf. In addition, only cases from reporting jurisdictions where the nationally notifiable disease is reportable are published. The NNDSS website is updated annually to include the latest national surveillance case definitions approved by the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists for classifying and enumerating cases of 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, 2011–July 1, 2012, 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 2011), 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#vintage2011 as of June 13, 2013. Population estimates for territories are 2012 estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau (2).

References

  1. CDC. Summary of notifiable diseases, United States, 2012. MMWR 2012;61(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.

TABLE 2. Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Total Resident Population (in thousands)

Arboviral diseases

California serogroup viruses

Eastern equine encephalitis virus

Powassan virus

St. Louis encephalitis virus

West Nile virus

Neuro-
invasive

Nonneuro- invasive

Neuro-
invasive

Neuro-
invasive

Neuro-
invasive

Nonneuro- invasive

Neuro-
invasive

Nonneuro- invasive

United States

311,589

73

8

15

7

1

2

2,872

2,801

New England

14,519

9

42

21

Connecticut

3,587

12

9

Maine

1,329

1

Massachusetts

6,607

7

25

8

New Hampshire

1,318

1

Rhode Island

1,051

2

2

Vermont

627

2

1

2

Mid. Atlantic

41,081

1

1

116

99

New Jersey

8,835

22

26

New York (Upstate)

11,232

1

1

35

31

New York City

8,270

26

15

Pennsylvania

12,744

33

27

E.N. Central

46,504

16

3

2

494

253

Illinois

12,860

187

103

Indiana

6,516

2

1

46

31

Michigan

9,877

141

61

Ohio

11,541

12

1

76

45

Wisconsin

5,710

2

1

2

44

13

W.N. Central

20,641

4

4

225

437

Iowa

3,064

11

20

Kansas

2,870

20

36

Minnesota

5,347

4

4

34

36

Missouri

6,009

17

3

Nebraska

1,842

42

151

North Dakota

685

39

50

South Dakota

824

62

141

S. Atlantic

60,544

39

5

6

185

129

Delaware

908

2

7

District of Columbia

619

8

2

Florida

19,082

2

52

21

Georgia

9,812

1

46

53

Maryland

5,840

25

22

North Carolina

9,651

26

2

7

South Carolina

4,673

2

20

9

Virginia

8,104

2

1

20

10

West Virginia

1,855

9

5

5

5

E.S. Central

18,548

10

173

192

Alabama

4,804

38

24

Kentucky

4,367

13

10

Mississippi

2,977

1

103

144

Tennessee

6,400

9

19

14

W.S. Central

36,930

3

1

2

1,146

1,312

Arkansas

2,939

44

20

Louisiana

4,575

155

180

Oklahoma

3,784

103

88

Texas

25,632

3

1

2

844

1,024

Mountain

22,345

190

165

Arizona

6,467

87

46

Colorado

5,116

62

69

Idaho

1,584

5

12

Montana

998

1

5

Nevada

2,720

5

4

New Mexico

2,079

24

23

Utah

2,814

3

2

Wyoming

567

3

4

Pacific

50,477

301

193

Alaska

724

California

37,684

297

182

Hawaii

1,378

Oregon

3,868

11

Washington

6,823

4

Territories

American Samoa

55

C.N.M.I.

52

Guam

160

Puerto Rico

3,707

1

U.S. Virgin Islands

106

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Totals reported to the Division of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases (DVBD), National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCZVED) (ArboNET Surveillance), as of June 1, 2013.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Babesiosis

Botulism

Brucellosis

Chancroid§

Total

Confirmed

Probable

Total

Foodborne

Infant

Other

United States

940

717

223

168

27

123

18

114

15

New England

471

418

53

2

2

1

Connecticut

123

106

17

1

1

Maine

10

8

2

Massachusetts

261

237

24

1

1

1

New Hampshire

19

18

1

Rhode Island

56

47

9

Vermont

2

2

Mid. Atlantic

346

224

122

37

2

34

1

4

New Jersey

92

75

17

7

1

6

New York (Upstate)

226

130

96

5

4

1

New York City

28

19

9

4

1

3

3

Pennsylvania

N

N

N

21

21

1

E.N. Central

72

55

17

11

4

7

10

3

Illinois

2

1

1

1

1

5

Indiana

1

1

3

1

Michigan

4

2

2

1

2

Ohio

N

N

N

6

2

4

Wisconsin

69

54

15

1

W.N. Central

41

14

27

2

1

1

2

Iowa

N

N

N

Kansas

N

N

N

1

1

1

Minnesota

40

13

27

Missouri

N

N

N

1

1

1

Nebraska

1

1

North Dakota

South Dakota

N

N

N

S. Atlantic

6

2

4

10

1

8

1

28

3

Delaware

1

1

District of Columbia

3

1

2

1

1

Florida

N

N

N

1

1

17

Georgia

N

N

N

1

1

4

Maryland

3

1

2

2

2

1

1

North Carolina

N

N

N

1

1

5

1

South Carolina

N

N

N

1

1

Virginia

N

N

N

2

2

1

West Virginia

N

N

N

1

E.S. Central

7

7

2

1

Alabama

1

Kentucky

N

N

N

4

4

1

Mississippi

N

N

N

2

2

Tennessee

1

1

1

W.S. Central

4

3

1

22

Arkansas

N

N

N

1

1

2

Louisiana

N

N

N

2

Oklahoma

N

N

N

1

1

Texas

N

N

N

2

1

1

18

Mountain

30

12

18

9

Arizona

N

N

N

14

12

2

5

Colorado

N

N

N

1

1

2

Idaho

N

N

N

2

2

Montana

Nevada

N

N

N

New Mexico

N

N

N

2

2

Utah

N

N

N

9

9

2

Wyoming

2

2

Pacific

4

4

65

8

43

14

37

7

Alaska

N

N

N

3

3

1

California

4

4

52

3

36

13

34

7

Hawaii

N

N

N

2

Oregon

4

1

3

Washington

6

1

4

1

Territories

American Samoa

U

U

U

C.N.M.I.

Guam

Puerto Rico

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

U.S. Virgin Islands

N

N

N

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Includes cases reported as wound and unspecified botulism.

§ Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of May 29, 2013.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Chlamydia trachomatis infection

Cholera

Coccidioidomycosis

Cryptosporidiosis

Total

Confirmed

Probable

Cyclosporiasis

United States

1,422,976

17

17,802

7,956

5,098

2,718

123

New England

49,137

1

3

391

333

58

7

Connecticut

13,065

N

41

41

6

Maine

3,413

N

58

32

26

N

Massachusetts

23,550

1

155

155

1

New Hampshire

3,072

2

54

22

32

Rhode Island

4,313

1

16

16

Vermont

1,724

N

67

67

N

Mid. Atlantic

182,810

6

4

809

669

140

28

New Jersey

27,271

N

42

41

1

7

New York (Upstate)

38,227

N

229

220

9

5

New York City

62,319

4

N

124

121

3

16

Pennsylvania

54,993

2

4

414

287

127

N

E.N. Central

221,639

51

1,863

1,154

709

2

Illinois

67,701

N

173

73

100

2

Indiana

29,505

N

164

127

37

Michigan

47,566

27

351

285

66

Ohio

53,141

22

569

64

505

Wisconsin

23,726

2

606

605

1

W.N. Central

81,983

151

1,349

626

723

2

Iowa

11,377

N

328

78

250

Kansas

11,135

N

122

65

57

Minnesota

18,056

119

347

213

134

Missouri

27,835

17

239

109

130

2

Nebraska

6,748

1

165

127

38

North Dakota

2,908

14

35

3

32

N

South Dakota

3,924

N

113

31

82

S. Atlantic

285,340

9

9

1,142

686

456

34

Delaware

4,438

1

15

7

8

District of Columbia

6,808

1

N

N

N

N

Florida

77,644

7

N

470

243

227

25

Georgia

52,418

N

257

257

2

Maryland

26,534

2

7

86

30

56

4

North Carolina

50,596

N

86

28

58

2

South Carolina

27,149

N

72

36

36

Virginia

34,963

N

144

81

63

1

West Virginia

4,790

N

12

4

8

E.S. Central

103,473

284

148

136

2

Alabama

30,621

N

109

19

90

N

Kentucky

17,273

N

63

50

13

N

Mississippi

23,054

N

40

40

N

Tennessee

32,525

N

72

39

33

2

W.S. Central

187,843

1

4

596

482

114

45

Arkansas

16,611

N

42

41

1

Louisiana

27,353

4

155

155

1

Oklahoma

16,843

N

97

14

83

Texas

127,036

1

N

302

272

30

44

Mountain

93,204

13,140

830

676

154

1

Arizona

30,444

12,920

47

35

12

Colorado

21,631

N

102

63

39

1

Idaho

4,550

N

267

182

85

N

Montana

3,827

3

69

69

N

Nevada

11,137

118

15

9

6

N

New Mexico

11,898

37

94

91

3

Utah

7,615

56

202

196

6

Wyoming

2,102

6

34

31

3

Pacific

217,547

4,440

692

324

228

2

Alaska

5,462

N

7

7

N

California

167,695

4,431

365

216

9

1

Hawaii

6,340

N

5

5

Oregon

13,454

2

214

16

198

1

Washington

24,596

7

101

80

21

Territories

N

N

N

N

N

American Samoa

C.N.M.I.

1,031

Guam

6,227

N

N

N

N

N

Puerto Rico

802

U.S. Virgin Islands

802

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of May 29, 2013.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Dengue Virus Infection

Ehrlichiosis/Anaplasmosis

Dengue Fever

Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

Diphtheria

Anaplasma phagocytophilum

Ehrlichia chaffeensis

Ehrlichia ewingii

Undetermined

United States

544

3

1

2,389

1,128

17

191

New England

17

659

52

Connecticut

16

142

Maine

52

3

Massachusetts

318

25

New Hampshire

52

3

Rhode Island

86

21

Vermont

1

9

Mid. Atlantic

132

1

482

123

31

New Jersey

139

58

1

New York (Upstate)

16

1

315

48

13

New York City

95

20

11

Pennsylvania

21

8

6

17

E.N. Central

55

1

604

61

1

102

Illinois

20

1

12

36

1

1

Indiana

9

35

Michigan

9

6

2

Ohio

6

1

3

1

Wisconsin

11

585

20

65

W.N. Central

19

1

538

236

11

27

Iowa

2

N

N

N

N

Kansas

1

7

41

1

Minnesota

9

503

9

17

Missouri

5

1

23

186

10

9

Nebraska

2

North Dakota

3

South Dakota

2

1

S. Atlantic

185

56

334

2

11

Delaware

1

16

1

District of Columbia

N

N

N

N

Florida

139

5

23

Georgia

11

5

24

2

Maryland

9

5

37

North Carolina

7

21

109

2

South Carolina

2

2

Virginia

17

18

123

1

6

West Virginia

1

1

E.S. Central

12

26

102

3

11

Alabama

4

11

10

5

Kentucky

1

1

29

Mississippi

1

1

2

Tennessee

6

13

61

3

6

W.S. Central

23

24

220

1

Arkansas

8

85

Louisiana

6

1

1

Oklahoma

1

15

130

Texas

16

1

4

Mountain

13

2

Arizona

8

1

Colorado

N

N

N

N

Idaho

1

N

N

N

N

Montana

2

N

N

N

N

Nevada

2

New Mexico

N

N

N

N

Utah

1

Wyoming

Pacific

88

1

6

Alaska

1

N

N

N

N

California

64

6

Hawaii

8

N

N

N

N

Oregon

Washington

15

1

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

N

N

N

N

Puerto Rico

5,907

118

N

N

N

N

U.S. Virgin Islands

141

1

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

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 DVBD, NCEZID (ArboNET Surveillance), as of June 1, 2013.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Giardiasis

Gonorrhea

Haemophilus influenza, invasive disease

Hansen disease (leprosy)

All ages, serotypes

Age <5 years

Serotype b

Nonserotype b

Unknown serotype

United States

15,178

334,826

3,418

30

205

210

82

New England

1,436

5,970

235

2

13

7

3

Connecticut

223

2,133

61

3

1

Maine

169

456

23

2

N

Massachusetts

698

2,628

111

2

10

1

New Hampshire

105

147

12

4

1

Rhode Island

58

507

19

Vermont

183

99

9

1

N

Mid. Atlantic

2,928

45,447

674

8

29

24

5

New Jersey

423

7,486

124

11

New York (Upstate)

975

7,884

201

4

9

3

N

New York City

872

14,687

123

7

4

Pennsylvania

658

15,390

226

4

20

3

1

E.N. Central

2,203

59,268

570

6

40

41

2

Illinois

347

18,149

159

1

11

13

Indiana

227

7,338

104

2

13

1

Michigan

547

12,584

82

16

2

Ohio

578

16,493

158

3

16

Wisconsin

504

4,704

67

11

W.N. Central

1,726

17,676

245

2

7

23

4

Iowa

251

2,006

Kansas

133

2,228

32

1

3

Minnesota

610

3,082

85

2

6

6

1

Missouri

330

7,889

82

8

3

Nebraska

194

1,429

31

3

North Dakota

64

335

15

3

N

South Dakota

144

707

S. Atlantic

2,438

73,447

818

3

30

55

12

Delaware

24

899

8

1

District of Columbia

77

2,402

3

1

Florida

1,095

19,462

229

24

10

Georgia

544

15,326

186

8

16

1

Maryland

239

5,686

87

1

7

North Carolina

N

14,318

99

11

1

South Carolina

128

7,638

72

1

4

3

Virginia

272

6,885

101

8

West Virginia

59

831

33

1

2

N

E.S. Central

178

29,526

220

1

16

3

2

Alabama

178

9,270

55

1

2

1

1

Kentucky

N

4,283

36

1

Mississippi

N

6,875

26

6

1

Tennessee

N

9,098

103

7

2

W.S. Central

332

50,094

207

16

11

14

Arkansas

108

4,307

30

1

3

1

Louisiana

224

8,873

57

8

3

Oklahoma

N

4,441

117

15

N

Texas

N

32,473

3

N

N

10

Mountain

1,199

13,576

307

5

47

7

3

Arizona

113

5,809

120

2

23

1

Colorado

356

2,822

58

4

Idaho

153

167

18

3

1

Montana

67

108

6

1

Nevada

91

2,264

21

1

1

2

New Mexico

95

1,883

46

1

8

1

Utah

287

479

33

2

6

3

1

Wyoming

37

44

5

1

Pacific

2,738

39,822

142

3

7

39

37

Alaska

96

726

15

5

California

1,715

33,579

32

30

13

Hawaii

34

815

22

4

24

Oregon

381

1,464

69

2

4

N

Washington

512

3,238

4

1

3

N

Territories

American Samoa

C.N.M.I.

Guam

2

92

10

Puerto Rico

24

345

U.S. Virgin Islands

136

N

N

N

N

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Totals reported to the Division of STD Prevention, NCHHSTP, as of May 29, 2013.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome

Hemolytic uremic syndrome, postdiarrheal

Hepatitis, viral, acute

Hepatitis B Perinatal infection

HIV diagnoses

A

B

C

United States

30

274

1,562

2,895

1,782

40

35,361

New England

10

83

105

85

935

Connecticut

N

2

23

15

34

277

Maine

2

9

9

8

38

Massachusetts

5

40

75

37

510

New Hampshire

6

4

N

44

Rhode Island

3

U

U

62

Vermont

1

2

2

6

4

Mid. Atlantic

2

16

233

246

230

12

5,616

New Jersey

3

60

70

71

2

990

New York (Upstate)

1

12

63

50

83

3

1,327

New York City

1

48

63

10

4

2,026

Pennsylvania

1

N

62

63

66

3

1,273

E.N. Central

1

42

235

457

245

4

3,771

Illinois

1

7

67

86

26

1

1,388

Indiana

12

11

90

110

472

Michigan

5

100

81

76

2

654

Ohio

10

36

178

7

1

1,013

Wisconsin

8

21

22

26

244

W.N. Central

2

52

89

99

62

2

1,161

Iowa

1

10

7

13

3

116

Kansas

7

15

9

16

147

Minnesota

13

29

17

32

1

308

Missouri

18

20

48

4

1

496

Nebraska

1

16

10

3

58

North Dakota

3

2

9

South Dakota

1

2

4

27

S. Atlantic

1

26

267

754

423

5

10,327

Delaware

9

11

1

136

District of Columbia

N

N

509

Florida

1

87

247

107

1

4,629

Georgia

7

46

109

82

1

1,236

Maryland

4

28

52

39

1,016

North Carolina

7

34

73

63

1,145

South Carolina

4

6

37

1

716

Virginia

3

49

84

76

2

871

West Virginia

1

8

141

55

69

E.S. Central

26

78

577

331

1

2,120

Alabama

N

7

19

79

24

545

Kentucky

N

25

180

178

1

312

Mississippi

N

1

11

78

U

N

441

Tennessee

18

23

240

129

822

W.S. Central

26

161

367

140

6

5,118

Arkansas

3

8

74

5

1

125

Louisiana

1

7

44

11

1,156

Oklahoma

9

12

79

80

1

253

Texas

13

134

170

44

4

3,584

Mountain

11

17

163

89

112

1,504

Arizona

1

2

93

14

U

590

Colorado

3

6

28

24

42

362

Idaho

3

11

5

11

24

Montana

3

1

6

2

9

20

Nevada

10

28

12

326

New Mexico

1

10

3

21

109

Utah

2

5

4

13

17

65

Wyoming

1

1

8

Pacific

13

59

253

201

154

10

4,809

Alaska

N

N

1

1

26

California

9

44

209

136

63

7

4,037

Hawaii

5

5

1

43

Oregon

2

15

9

25

37

205

Washington

2

29

34

54

2

498

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

N

2

Puerto Rico

N

6

32

N

507

U.S. Virgin Islands

N

8

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Total number of HIV cases reported to the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) through December 31, 2012.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Influenza-
associated pediatric mortality

Invasive Pneumococcal disease§

Legionellosis

Listeriosis

Lyme disease

Malaria

All Ages

Age <5 years

Total

Confirmed

Probable

United States

52

15,635

1,266

3,688

727

30,831

22,014

8,817

1,503

New England

1

1,199

77

308

60

11,095

7,455

3,640

104

Connecticut

309

17

55

22

2,657

1,653

1,004

21

Maine

1

102

3

18

5

1,111

885

226

5

Massachusetts

571

50

173

27

5,138

3,396

1,742

48

New Hampshire

80

6

19

3

1,450

1,002

448

9

Rhode Island

73

1

31

2

217

133

84

17

Vermont

64

12

1

522

386

136

4

Mid. Atlantic

6

2,290

130

975

166

11,607

8,922

2,685

386

New Jersey

3

596

39

173

44

3,576

2,732

844

67

New York (Upstate)

2

1,045

64

325

43

2,456

1,714

742

42

New York City

649

27

177

38

542

330

212

225

Pennsylvania

1

N

N

300

41

5,033

4,146

887

52

E.N. Central

7

2,894

228

847

102

2,209

1,765

444

145

Illinois

1

N

49

226

29

204

204

43

Indiana

1

728

37

54

10

74

64

10

22

Michigan

3

540

30

178

21

98

80

18

26

Ohio

1,149

86

288

28

67

49

18

41

Wisconsin

2

477

26

101

14

1,766

1,368

398

13

W.N. Central

2

846

92

171

30

1,735

1,032

703

101

Iowa

N

N

13

3

165

92

73

6

Kansas

N

N

16

7

19

9

10

7

Minnesota

1

499

31

51

7

1,515

911

604

58

Missouri

1

N

36

68

8

2

1

1

19

Nebraska

143

14

11

5

15

5

10

4

North Dakota

108

3

15

10

5

2

South Dakota

96

11

9

4

4

5

S. Atlantic

8

3,210

277

613

116

3,842

2,667

1,175

355

Delaware

34

2

17

3

669

507

162

2

District of Columbia

60

4

N

N

N

N

N

6

Florida

4

988

80

213

33

118

67

51

59

Georgia

997

81

56

20

31

31

66

Maryland

426

31

123

16

1,651

1,113

538

112

North Carolina

2

N

N

65

13

122

27

95

34

South Carolina

1

382

27

26

9

44

35

9

9

Virginia

1

N

36

76

18

1,110

805

305

65

West Virginia

323

16

37

4

97

82

15

2

E.S. Central

1

1,298

96

137

32

70

24

46

36

Alabama

112

16

20

10

25

13

12

10

Kentucky

209

11

43

11

14

8

6

10

Mississippi

187

25

17

4

1

1

4

Tennessee

1

790

44

57

7

30

2

28

12

W.S. Central

11

1,967

197

229

41

86

37

49

143

Arkansas

2

185

13

20

6

4

Louisiana

247

29

29

2

7

3

4

13

Oklahoma

2

N

26

22

5

4

1

3

24

Texas

7

1,535

129

158

28

75

33

42

102

Mountain

6

1,714

142

135

34

44

29

15

75

Arizona

1

661

50

44

14

13

7

6

19

Colorado

429

35

24

10

24

Idaho

N

1

5

1

5

5

8

Montana

31

2

4

1

6

6

Nevada

4

107

9

18

1

10

10

8

New Mexico

1

273

20

9

5

1

1

2

Utah

183

23

27

2

5

2

3

14

Wyoming

30

2

4

4

3

1

Pacific

10

217

27

273

146

143

83

60

158

Alaska

138

19

1

1

10

4

6

8

California

7

N

N

219

97

70

61

9

108

Hawaii

1

79

8

4

6

N

N

N

4

Oregon

N

N

22

16

48

5

43

12

Washington

2

N

N

27

26

15

13

2

26

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

N

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

Puerto Rico

2

N

N

N

1

U.S. Virgin Islands

N

N

N

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Totals reported to the Influenza Division, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), as of December 31, 2012.

§ Streptococcus pneumoniae, invasive disease. 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 Streptococcus pneumoniae disease, regardless of age or drug resistance are reported under a single disease code.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Measles

Meningococcal disease

Total

Indigenous

Imported

All
Serogroups

Serogroup A, C, Y, and W-135

Serogroup B

Serogroup
Other

Serogroup Unknown

United States

55

34

21

551

161

110

20

260

New England

1

1

15

6

4

2

3

Connecticut

1

1

4

2

2

Maine

3

2

1

Massachusetts

6

2

1

1

2

New Hampshire

Rhode Island

Vermont

2

1

1

Mid. Atlantic

9

1

8

85

17

21

2

45

New Jersey

2

1

1

14

14

New York (Upstate)

1

1

21

8

10

3

New York City

4

4

25

25

Pennsylvania

2

2

25

9

11

2

3

E.N. Central

17

13

4

72

34

24

6

8

Illinois

17

8

5

4

Indiana

15

13

2

8

2

5

1

Michigan

1

1

13

7

6

Ohio

1

1

25

14

4

1

6

Wisconsin

9

3

4

1

1

W.N. Central

6

4

2

40

5

4

31

Iowa

2

1

1

Kansas

6

4

2

6

4

1

1

Minnesota

12

1

1

10

Missouri

16

16

Nebraska

3

3

North Dakota

1

1

South Dakota

S. Atlantic

4

4

83

16

8

2

57

Delaware

1

1

1

1

District of Columbia

1

1

2

2

Florida

45

45

Georgia

2

2

11

5

2

4

Maryland

4

3

1

North Carolina

6

3

2

1

South Carolina

5

2

1

2

Virginia

5

1

4

West Virginia

4

2

1

1

E.S. Central

17

10

3

1

3

Alabama

6

3

1

2

Kentucky

1

1

Mississippi

3

2

1

Tennessee

7

6

1

W.S. Central

4

2

2

58

27

21

2

8

Arkansas

4

2

2

8

5

3

Louisiana

4

4

Oklahoma

9

3

4

2

Texas

37

19

14

4

Mountain

5

5

41

20

6

2

13

Arizona

2

2

6

6

Colorado

6

2

4

Idaho

4

1

3

Montana

10

4

2

1

3

Nevada

3

1

2

New Mexico

2

2

5

1

1

3

Utah

1

1

4

2

2

Wyoming

3

3

Pacific

9

5

4

140

26

19

3

92

Alaska

2

2

California

8

5

3

87

87

Hawaii

2

2

Oregon

1

1

25

14

10

1

Washington

24

12

9

3

Territories

American Samoa

C.N.M.I.

Guam

Puerto Rico

2

2

U.S. Virgin Islands

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Mumps

Novel influenza A virus infections

Pertussis

Plague

Psittacosis

Q fever

Total

Acute

Chronic

United States

229

313

48,277

4

2

135

113

22

New England

8

2,594

1

1

Connecticut

182

N

Maine

737

Massachusetts

6

648

1

1

New Hampshire

269

N

N

N

Rhode Island

2

113

Vermont

645

N

N

N

Mid. Atlantic

30

11

6,511

1

10

6

4

New Jersey

1,395

3

3

New York (Upstate)

6

2,715

3

1

2

New York City

20

456

1

1

Pennsylvania

4

11

1,945

1

3

2

1

E.N. Central

60

275

11,085

29

29

Illinois

32

4

2,026

4

4

Indiana

4

138

441

2

2

Michigan

10

6

845

3

3

Ohio

6

107

893

2

2

Wisconsin

8

20

6,880

18

18

W.N. Central

23

10

8,104

13

8

5

Iowa

6

1

1,736

N

N

N

Kansas

4

887

2

1

1

Minnesota

7

8

4,142

Missouri

5

1

815

3

2

1

Nebraska

1

240

6

3

3

North Dakota

214

South Dakota

70

2

2

S. Atlantic

22

15

2,891

15

15

Delaware

57

District of Columbia

2

26

N

N

N

Florida

5

575

1

1

Georgia

3

318

4

4

Maryland

12

369

1

1

North Carolina

2

612

9

9

South Carolina

1

224

Virginia

7

625

West Virginia

2

3

85

E.S. Central

6

1,260

5

3

2

Alabama

2

212

Kentucky

2

666

3

1

2

Mississippi

77

Tennessee

2

305

2

2

W.S. Central

22

2,692

15

10

5

Arkansas

1

248

1

1

Louisiana

2

72

Oklahoma

4

154

2

1

1

Texas

15

2,218

N

12

8

4

Mountain

15

1

6,097

2

18

13

5

Arizona

3

1,130

2

1

1

Colorado

7

1,494

1

9

8

1

Idaho

235

1

1

Montana

1

549

2

2

Nevada

112

New Mexico

924

1

1

1

Utah

3

1

1,591

3

1

2

Wyoming

1

62

Pacific

43

1

7,043

2

1

29

28

1

Alaska

353

California

34

795

1

22

22

Hawaii

1

1

73

Oregon

6

906

2

4

4

Washington

2

4,916

3

2

1

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

4

1

N

N

N

Puerto Rico

4

N

U.S. Virgin Islands

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Totals reported to the Influenza Division, NCIRD, as of December 31, 2012.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Rabies

Rubella

Rubella, Congenital syndrome

Salmonellosis

Shiga toxin-producing E. Coli (STEC)

Animal

Human

United States

4,478

1

9

3

53,800

6,463

New England

386

1

1,993

209

Connecticut

173

444

50

Maine

91

161

20

Massachusetts

1

1,036

96

New Hampshire

28

156

23

Rhode Island

28

108

2

Vermont

66

88

18

Mid. Atlantic

832

2

5,417

675

New Jersey

1,147

138

New York (Upstate)

420

1

1,395

243

New York City

13

1

1,180

85

Pennsylvania

399

1,695

209

E.N. Central

107

3

1

5,896

1,176

Illinois

1

1

1,970

218

Indiana

8

1

781

181

Michigan

59

995

285

Ohio

40

1,268

238

Wisconsin

N

1

882

254

W.N. Central

252

3,554

1,025

Iowa

33

622

181

Kansas

56

491

97

Minnesota

781

258

Missouri

28

1,071

308

Nebraska

353

102

North Dakota

75

66

32

South Dakota

60

170

47

S. Atlantic

1,334

2

1

15,344

610

Delaware

148

13

District of Columbia

70

8

Florida

103

6,523

93

Georgia

286

2,637

136

Maryland

325

2

1

951

74

North Carolina

2,200

162

South Carolina

1,452

25

Virginia

560

1,144

81

West Virginia

60

219

18

E.S. Central

71

1

4,229

308

Alabama

55

1

1,150

64

Kentucky

14

732

87

Mississippi

2

1,246

30

Tennessee

1,101

127

W.S. Central

899

8,697

705

Arkansas

131

1,404

69

Louisiana

4

1,544

27

Oklahoma

81

759

110

Texas

683

4,990

499

Mountain

313

2,465

723

Arizona

N

859

141

Colorado

183

509

175

Idaho

23

134

139

Montana

N

109

44

Nevada

18

185

37

New Mexico

47

334

55

Utah

15

260

107

Wyoming

27

75

25

Pacific

284

1

1

6,205

1,032

Alaska

6

59

N

California

252

1

1

4,562

588

Hawaii

341

20

Oregon

17

401

192

Washington

9

842

232

Territories

American Samoa

4

C.N.M.I.

Guam

13

Puerto Rico

27

N

165

4

U.S. Virgin Islands

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

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, 2012

Area

Shigellosis

Spotted Fever Rickettsiosis

Streptococcal toxic-shock syndrome

Syphilis§

Total

Confirmed

Probable

All Stages

Congenital (age <2 yr)

Primary & Secondary

United States

15,283

4,470

188

4,278

194

49,903

322

15,667

New England

212

26

1

25

37

1,118

1

474

Connecticut

46

19

121

55

Maine

7

3

3

10

22

17

Massachusetts

131

7

7

2

806

1

316

New Hampshire

8

2

2

64

36

Rhode Island

15

13

13

93

44

Vermont

5

1

1

6

12

6

Mid. Atlantic

2,478

204

6

198

27

7,544

15

1,947

New Jersey

952

128

128

10

883

1

229

New York (Upstate)

828

28

5

23

11

939

8

233

New York City

564

7

7

4,373

991

Pennsylvania

134

41

1

40

6

1,349

6

494

E.N. Central

2,568

232

11

218

74

5,147

51

1,839

Illinois

280

151

9

142

37

2,423

27

804

Indiana

161

33

2

28

17

531

224

Michigan

251

3

3

9

786

7

295

Ohio

1,749

23

23

10

1,138

16

425

Wisconsin

127

22

22

1

269

1

91

W.N. Central

973

349

5

344

2

1,111

3

399

Iowa

91

8

8

143

70

Kansas

130

129

24

Minnesota

390

15

15

335

1

118

Missouri

71

315

4

311

1

426

1

157

Nebraska

272

9

1

8

1

35

1

8

North Dakota

8

1

1

14

4

South Dakota

11

1

1

29

18

S. Atlantic

2,903

1,279

119

1,160

21

11,442

72

3,805

Delaware

22

30

30

106

1

38

District of Columbia

26

2

1

1

589

165

Florida

1,702

31

3

28

N

4,483

37

1,369

Georgia

660

92

92

2,432

14

937

Maryland

222

9

9

N

1,243

12

431

North Carolina

136

591

12

579

7

1,036

1

347

South Carolina

37

61

7

54

4

623

6

225

Virginia

91

461

4

457

7

906

1

285

West Virginia

7

2

2

3

24

8

E.S. Central

1,250

950

13

937

8

2,618

7

782

Alabama

332

167

3

164

N

705

4

216

Kentucky

426

62

3

59

8

390

2

150

Mississippi

285

25

2

23

N

456

150

Tennessee

207

696

5

691

1,067

1

266

W.S. Central

2,780

1,332

13

1,319

1

9,560

121

2,222

Arkansas

96

837

5

832

468

11

173

Louisiana

215

9

9

1

1,779

32

339

Oklahoma

543

409

6

403

N

256

83

Texas

1,926

77

2

75

N

7,057

78

1,627

Mountain

789

75

11

64

24

2,138

16

698

Arizona

444

50

10

40

787

14

202

Colorado

123

6

1

5

2

503

208

Idaho

9

4

4

53

26

Montana

11

3

3

N

3

2

Nevada

55

3

445

1

113

New Mexico

108

4

4

234

1

101

Utah

34

6

6

18

101

42

Wyoming

5

2

2

1

12

4

Pacific

1,330

23

9

13

9,225

36

3,501

Alaska

7

N

34

1

11

California

1,071

21

8

12

N

8,015

34

2,953

Hawaii

27

N

N

N

43

23

Oregon

92

1

1

N

424

1

212

Washington

133

1

1

N

709

302

Territories

American Samoa

5

N

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

1

N

N

N

27

6

Puerto Rico

2

N

N

N

N

704

1

306

U.S. Virgin Islands

N

N

N

2

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Total case count includes four unknown case status reports.

§ 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 May 29, 2013.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Tetanus

Toxic-shock syndrome

Trichinellosis

Tuberculosis

Tularemia

United States

37

65

18

9,945

149

New England

342

8

Connecticut

N

74

Maine

17

Massachusetts

215

8

New Hampshire

9

Rhode Island

23

Vermont

4

Mid. Atlantic

4

18

2

1,402

New Jersey

3

2

302

New York (Upstate)

9

215

New York City

1

651

Pennsylvania

3

6

234

E.N. Central

8

12

4

818

8

Illinois

1

4

1

347

4

Indiana

3

1

102

4

Michigan

2

6

1

149

Ohio

2

1

149

Wisconsin

2

71

W.N. Central

3

9

1

406

64

Iowa

1

46

1

Kansas

42

22

Minnesota

2

4

1

162

Missouri

1

4

89

27

Nebraska

22

6

North Dakota

26

3

South Dakota

19

5

S. Atlantic

7

11

4

1,901

5

Delaware

1

28

District of Columbia

1

37

Florida

4

N

679

Georgia

9

N

357

Maryland

N

1

224

2

North Carolina

211

1

South Carolina

2

1

122

Virginia

1

N

2

235

2

West Virginia

8

E.S. Central

2

3

459

6

Alabama

1

134

Kentucky

N

80

4

Mississippi

1

N

81

Tennessee

3

164

2

W.S. Central

5

1

1

1,540

39

Arkansas

1

N

70

22

Louisiana

149

Oklahoma

2

N

88

17

Texas

3

N

1

1,233

Mountain

2

4

1

457

10

Arizona

1

1

211

Colorado

1

64

1

Idaho

1

15

1

Montana

N

5

3

Nevada

82

1

New Mexico

1

40

1

Utah

2

37

2

Wyoming

3

1

Pacific

6

7

5

2,620

9

Alaska

1

N

5

66

2

California

4

7

2,191

2

Hawaii

N

117

Oregon

N

61

Washington

1

N

185

5

Territories

American Samoa

N

N

1

C.N.M.I.

21

Guam

68

Puerto Rico

1

N

N

71

U.S. Virgin Islands

4

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Totals reported to the Division of Tuberculosis Elimination, NCHHSTP, as of June 15, 2013.


TABLE 2. (Continued) Reported cases of notifiable diseases,* by geographic division and area — United States, 2012

Area

Typhoid fever

Vancomycin-
intermediate
Staphylococcus aureus

Vancomycin-resistant
Staphylococcus aureus

Varicella

Vibriosis§

Morbidity

Mortality

United States

354

134

2

13,447

3

1,111

New England

17

3

1,424

118

Connecticut

2

265

24

Maine

258

10

Massachusetts

12

2

534

N

70

New Hampshire

1

N

142

3

Rhode Island

2

1

80

11

Vermont

145

N

Mid. Atlantic

97

40

1,327

1

80

New Jersey

20

3

466

1

41

New York (Upstate)

22

30

N

N

N

New York City

45

4

27

Pennsylvania

10

3

861

12

E.N. Central

47

25

3,583

51

Illinois

14

4

898

22

Indiana

4

N

469

6

Michigan

9

10

971

7

Ohio

15

9

806

N

11

Wisconsin

5

2

439

5

W.N. Central

13

21

881

27

Iowa

3

N

N

N

N

Kansas

1

N

N

395

N

Minnesota

5

1

15

Missouri

3

20

388

8

Nebraska

27

2

North Dakota

1

39

2

South Dakota

32

N

N

S. Atlantic

46

16

1

1,611

322

Delaware

1

3

6

District of Columbia

1

2

19

4

Florida

11

7

816

147

Georgia

12

1

51

29

Maryland

7

1

N

53

North Carolina

4

2

N

N

31

South Carolina

1

11

11

Virginia

10

2

505

N

41

West Virginia

1

206

N

E.S. Central

5

1

1

201

55

Alabama

1

1

190

N

20

Kentucky

N

N

N

N

2

Mississippi

1

11

N

16

Tennessee

3

1

N

17

W.S. Central

33

26

2,715

1

119

Arkansas

2

236

N

Louisiana

2

1

69

N

53

Oklahoma

2

N

N

Texas

29

23

2,410

1

66

Mountain

17

2

1,578

45

Arizona

7

2

535

29

Colorado

7

N

483

N

10

Idaho

N

N

N

N

N

Montana

N

N

132

N

Nevada

1

N

N

4

New Mexico

N

N

99

1

Utah

2

310

1

Wyoming

19

N

Pacific

79

127

1

294

Alaska

N

N

58

N

3

California

61

N

N

24

1

170

Hawaii

5

45

35

Oregon

2

N

N

N

N

19

Washington

11

N

N

67

Territories

American Samoa

4

N

N

N

N

N

C.N.M.I.

Guam

50

N

1

Puerto Rico

199

N

U.S. Virgin Islands

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

* No cases of anthrax; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, nonneuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus nonneuroinvasive disease; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease (SARS-CoV); smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; yellow fever; and viral hemorrhagic fevers were reported in the United States during 2012. Data on chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus infection (past or present) are not included because they are undergoing data quality review.

Totals reported to the Division of Viral Diseases, NCIRD, as of May 1, 2013.

§ Vibriosis refers to any species of the family Vibrionaceae, other than toxigenic Vibrio cholerae O1 or O139.



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