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Table 20. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Reporting Areas, 2009 and 2008

Reporting Area Cases Case Rates Rank According to Rate Population Estimates
July 1, 2009
2009 2008 2009 2008 2009 2008

United States

11,545

12,906

3.8

4.2

--

--

307,006,550

Alabama

168

176

3.6

3.8

16

17

4,708,708

Alaska

37

50

5.3

7.3

4

3

698,473

Arizona

232

227

3.5

3.5

17

21

6,595,778

Arkansas

82

85

2.8

3

22

26

2,889,450

California

2,470

2,699

6.7

7.4

2

2

36,961,664

Colorado

85

103

1.7

2.1

36

31

5,024,748

Connecticut

95

98

2.7

2.8

24

27

3,518,288

Delaware

19

23

2.1

2.6

31

29

885,122

District of Columbia1

41

54

6.8

9.2

--

--

586,409

Florida

821

957

4.4

5.2

7

6

18,537,969

Georgia

415

478

4.2

4.9

9

8

9,829,211

Hawaii

117

124

9

9.6

1

1

1,295,178

Idaho

18

11

1.2

0.7

44

48

1,545,801

Illinois

418

466

3.2

3.6

19

19

12,910,409

Indiana

119

118

1.9

1.8

33

38

6,423,113

Iowa

42

49

1.4

1.6

39

40

3,007,856

Kansas

64

57

2.3

2

29

32

2,818,747

Kentucky

77

101

1.8

2.4

34

30

4,314,113

Louisiana

194

227

4.3

5.1

8

7

4,492,076

Maine

9

9

0.7

0.7

49

49

1,318,301

Maryland

218

278

3.8

4.9

13

9

5,699,478

Massachusetts

243

261

3.7

4

14

14

6,593,587

Michigan

144

189

1.4

1.9

38

35

9,969,727

Minnesota

161

211

3.1

4

21

13

5,266,214

Mississippi

122

117

4.1

4

10

15

2,951,996

Missouri

80

107

1.3

1.8

40

39

5,987,580

Montana

8

9

0.8

0.9

47

47

974,989

Nebraska

32

33

1.8

1.9

35

36

1,796,619

Nevada

106

102

4

3.9

11

16

2,643,085

New Hampshire

16

19

1.2

1.4

42

42

1,324,575

New Jersey

405

421

4.7

4.9

6

10

8,707,739

New Mexico

48

60

2.4

3

26

25

2,009,671

New York

1,006

1,197

5.1

6.1

5

5

19,541,453

North Carolina

251

335

2.7

3.6

25

20

9,380,884

North Dakota

5

3

0.8

0.5

48

50

646,844

Ohio

180

213

1.6

1.8

37

37

11,542,645

Oklahoma

102

100

2.8

2.7

23

28

3,687,050

Oregon

89

75

2.3

2

27

34

3,825,657

Pennsylvania

236

387

1.9

3.1

32

24

12,604,767

Rhode Island

24

36

2.3

3.4

28

23

1,053,209

South Carolina

164

188

3.6

4.2

15

12

4,561,242

South Dakota

18

16

2.2

2

30

33

812,383

Tennessee

202

282

3.2

4.5

20

11

6,296,254

Texas

1,501

1,501

6.1

6.2

3

4

24,782,302

Utah

37

27

1.3

1

41

44

2,784,572

Vermont

7

6

1.1

1

45

45

621,760

Virginia

273

292

3.5

3.7

18

18

7,882,590

Washington

256

228

3.8

3.5

12

22

6,664,195

West Virginia

19

28

1

1.5

46

41

1,819,777

Wisconsin

67

68

1.2

1.2

43

43

5,654,774

Wyoming

2

5

0.4

0.9

50

46

544,270

American Samoa1,2

4

3

6.1

4.6

--

--

65,628

Fed. States of Micronesia1,2

143

182

133.1

169

--

--

107,434

Guam1,2

102

90

57.2

51.1

--

--

178,430

Marshall Islands1,2

140

125

217

197.9

--

--

64,522

N. Mariana Islands1,2

32

34

62.2

61.5

--

--

51,484

Puerto Rico1,2

63

95

1.6

2.4

--

--

3,967,288

Republic of Palau1,2

18

17

86.6

82.1

--

--

20,796

U.S. Virgin Islands1,2

...

4

...

3.6

--

--

109,809

1Not ranked with the states. See Table 28 for District of Columbia ranking among states.

2Not included in U.S. totals.

Note: Denominators for computing 2008 and 2009 rates for states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico were obtained from Annual Estimates of the Population for the United States and States, and for Puerto Rico: April 1, 2000–July 1, 2009 (NST-EST2009-01) (accessed August 30, 2010); for all other areas, from IDB Summary Demographic Data.

Ellipses indicate data not available.

See Technical Notes (page 9).

See Surveillance Slide #4.

 
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