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Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2009

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Table 28. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population, Ranked and Grouped by Number of Cases: States and the District of Columbia, 2009 and 2008

State 2009 2008 2008-2009 % Change Overall
Rank by 2009 Rate
No. Rate No. Rate No. Rate

>= 500 cases in 2009

California

2,470

6.7

2,699

7.4

-8.5

-9.5

3

Texas

1,501

6.1

1,501

6.2

0.0

-1.6

4

New York1

1,006

5.1

1,197

6.1

-16.0

-16.4

6

Florida

821

4.4

957

5.2

-14.2

-15.4

8

100 - 499 cases in 2009

Illinois

418

3.2

466

3.6

-10.3

-11.1

20

Georgia

415

4.2

478

4.9

-13.2

-14.3

10

New Jersey

405

4.7

421

4.9

-3.8

-4.1

7

Virginia

273

3.5

292

3.7

-6.5

-5.4

19

Washington

256

3.8

228

3.5

12.3

8.6

13

North Carolina

251

2.7

335

3.6

-25.1

-25.0

26

Massachusetts

243

3.7

261

4.0

-6.9

-7.5

15

Pennsylvania

236

1.9

387

3.1

-39.0

-38.7

33

Arizona

232

3.5

227

3.5

2.2

0.0

18

Maryland

218

3.8

278

4.9

-21.6

-22.4

14

Tennessee

202

3.2

282

4.5

-28.4

-28.9

21

Louisiana

194

4.3

227

5.1

-14.5

-15.7

9

Ohio

180

1.6

213

1.8

-15.5

-11.1

38

Alabama

168

3.6

176

3.8

-4.5

-5.3

17

South Carolina

164

3.6

188

4.2

-12.8

-14.3

16

Minnesota

161

3.1

211

4.0

-23.7

-22.5

22

Michigan

144

1.4

189

1.9

-23.8

-26.3

39

Mississippi

122

4.1

117

4.0

4.3

2.5

11

Indiana

119

1.9

118

1.8

0.8

5.6

34

Hawaii

117

9.0

124

9.6

-5.6

-6.2

1

Nevada

106

4.0

102

3.9

3.9

2.6

12

Oklahoma

102

2.8

100

2.7

2.0

3.7

24

< 100 cases in 2009

Connecticut

95

2.7

98

2.8

-3.1

-3.6

25

Oregon

89

2.3

75

2.0

18.7

15.0

28

Colorado

85

1.7

103

2.1

-17.5

-19.0

37

Arkansas

82

2.8

85

3.0

-3.5

-6.7

23

Missouri

80

1.3

107

1.8

-25.2

-27.8

41

Kentucky

77

1.8

101

2.4

-23.8

-25.0

35

Wisconsin

67

1.2

68

1.2

-1.5

0.0

44

Kansas

64

2.3

57

2.0

12.3

15.0

30

New Mexico

48

2.4

60

3.0

-20.0

-20.0

27

Iowa

42

1.4

49

1.6

-14.3

-12.5

40

District of Columbia

41

6.8

54

9.2

-24.1

-26.1

2

Alaska

37

5.3

50

7.3

-26.0

-27.4

5

Utah

37

1.3

27

1.0

37.0

30.0

42

Nebraska

32

1.8

33

1.9

-3.0

-5.3

36

Rhode Island

24

2.3

36

3.4

-33.3

-32.4

29

Delaware

19

2.1

23

2.6

-17.4

-19.2

32

West Virginia

19

1.0

28

1.5

-32.1

-33.3

47

Idaho

18

1.2

11

0.7

63.6

71.4

45

South Dakota

18

2.2

16

2.0

12.5

10.0

31

New Hampshire

16

1.2

19

1.4

-15.8

-14.3

43

Maine

9

0.7

9

0.7

0.0

0.0

50

Montana

8

0.8

9

0.9

-11.1

-11.1

48

Vermont

7

1.1

6

1.0

16.7

10.0

46

North Dakota

5

0.8

3

0.5

66.7

60.0

49

Wyoming

2

0.4

5

0.9

-60.0

-55.6

51

Total

11,545

3.8

12,906

4.2

-10.5

-9.5

1Includes New York City.

Note: Denominators for computing 2008 and 2009 rates for states and the District of Columbia were obtained from Annual Estimates of the Population for the United States and States, and for Puerto Rico: April 1, 2000–July 1, 2009 (accessed August 30, 2010).

See Table 20 for ranking of states without the District of Columbia.

 
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