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Table 40. Congenital Syphilis – Reported Cases and Rates in Infants by Year of Birth, by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2011

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Rank*
State†
CasesRate per 100,000 Live Births
1Arkansas1536.9
2Maryland2431.1
3Louisiana1827.6
4Texas10726.4
5Alabama1015.5
6Arizona1414.1
7Florida3213.8
8Mississippi613.3
9Illinois1810.2
10Tennessee89.4
YEAR 2020 TARGET9.1
11Ohio138.7
U.S. TOTAL‡3608.5
12Nevada37.6
13California407.2
14Georgia106.8
15New York135.2
16Michigan65.0
17New Jersey54.4
18North Carolina53.8
19Oklahoma23.7
20Kentucky23.4
21Pennsylvania53.3
22Washington22.2
23Missouri11.2
Alaska00.0
Colorado00.0
Connecticut00.0
Delaware00.0
Hawaii00.0
Idaho00.0
Indiana00.0
Iowa00.0
Kansas00.0
Maine00.0
Massachusetts00.0
Minnesota00.0
Montana00.0
Nebraska00.0
New Hampshire00.0
New Mexico00.0
North Dakota00.0
Oregon00.0
Rhode Island00.0
South Carolina00.0
South Dakota00.0
Utah00.0
Vermont00.0
Virginia00.0
West Virginia00.0
Wisconsin00.0
Wyoming00.0

* States were ranked by rate, then case count, with rates shown rounded to the nearest tenth. States with no cases were not ranked.

† Mother's state of residence was used to assign case.

‡ Total includes cases reported by the District of Columbia, with 1 case and a rate of 11.0, but excludes outlying areas (Guam with 0 cases and rate of 0.0, Puerto Rico with 2 cases and rate of 4.4, and Virgin Islands with 0 cases and rate of 0.0).

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