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Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2009

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Table 23. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages, U.S.-born and Foreign-born Persons: States, 2009

States Total Cases U.S.-born Persons Foreign-born Persons1 Unknown Origin
No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

United States

11,545

4,571

(39.6)

6,854

(59.4)

120

(1.0)

Alabama

168

126

(75.0)

42

(25.0)

0

(0.0)

Alaska

37

28

(75.7)

9

(24.3)

0

(0.0)

Arizona

232

78

(33.6)

154

(66.4)

0

(0.0)

Arkansas

82

67

(81.7)

15

(18.3)

0

(0.0)

California

2,470

588

(23.8)

1,860

(75.3)

22

(0.9)

Colorado

85

25

(29.4)

60

(70.6)

0

(0.0)

Connecticut

95

23

(24.2)

72

(75.8)

0

(0.0)

Delaware

19

7

(36.8)

12

(63.2)

0

(0.0)

District of Columbia

41

21

(51.2)

20

(48.8)

0

(0.0)

Florida

821

424

(51.6)

392

(47.7)

5

(0.6)

Georgia

415

238

(57.3)

176

(42.4)

1

(0.2)

Hawaii

117

35

(29.9)

81

(69.2)

1

(0.9)

Idaho

18

13

(72.2)

5

(27.8)

0

(0.0)

Illinois

418

157

(37.6)

261

(62.4)

0

(0.0)

Indiana

119

64

(53.8)

55

(46.2)

0

(0.0)

Iowa

42

13

(31.0)

29

(69.0)

0

(0.0)

Kansas

64

24

(37.5)

40

(62.5)

0

(0.0)

Kentucky

77

50

(64.9)

27

(35.1)

0

(0.0)

Louisiana

194

164

(84.5)

30

(15.5)

0

(0.0)

Maine

9

5

(55.6)

4

(44.4)

0

(0.0)

Maryland

218

53

(24.3)

165

(75.7)

0

(0.0)

Massachusetts

243

57

(23.5)

102

(42.0)

84

(34.6)

Michigan

144

73

(50.7)

71

(49.3)

0

(0.0)

Minnesota

161

32

(19.9)

129

(80.1)

0

(0.0)

Mississippi

122

112

(91.8)

10

(8.2)

0

(0.0)

Missouri

80

34

(42.5)

46

(57.5)

0

(0.0)

Montana

8

3

(37.5)

5

(62.5)

0

(0.0)

Nebraska

32

4

(12.5)

28

(87.5)

0

(0.0)

Nevada

106

35

(33.0)

71

(67.0)

0

(0.0)

New Hampshire

16

2

(12.5)

14

(87.5)

0

(0.0)

New Jersey

405

107

(26.4)

298

(73.6)

0

(0.0)

New Mexico

48

28

(58.3)

20

(41.7)

0

(0.0)

New York

1,006

252

(25.0)

750

(74.6)

4

(0.4)

North Carolina

251

160

(63.7)

91

(36.3)

0

(0.0)

North Dakota

5

1

(20.0)

4

(80.0)

0

(0.0)

Ohio

180

87

(48.3)

92

(51.1)

1

(0.6)

Oklahoma

102

82

(80.4)

20

(19.6)

0

(0.0)

Oregon

89

28

(31.5)

61

(68.5)

0

(0.0)

Pennsylvania

236

108

(45.8)

127

(53.8)

1

(0.4)

Rhode Island

24

5

(20.8)

19

(79.2)

0

(0.0)

South Carolina

164

111

(67.7)

53

(32.3)

0

(0.0)

South Dakota

18

14

(77.8)

4

(22.2)

0

(0.0)

Tennessee

202

133

(65.8)

69

(34.2)

0

(0.0)

Texas

1,501

705

(47.0)

796

(53.0)

0

(0.0)

Utah

37

11

(29.7)

26

(70.3)

0

(0.0)

Vermont

7

0

(0.0)

7

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Virginia

273

83

(30.4)

190

(69.6)

0

(0.0)

Washington

256

62

(24.2)

194

(75.8)

0

(0.0)

West Virginia

19

10

(52.6)

9

(47.4)

0

(0.0)

Wisconsin

67

28

(41.8)

38

(56.7)

1

(1.5)

Wyoming

2

1

(50.0)

1

(50.0)

0

(0.0)

1Includes persons born outside the United States, American Samoa, the Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Midway Island, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, the Republic of Palau, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and U.S. minor and outlying Pacific islands.

Note: See Surveillance Slide #14

 

 
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