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Table 20. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Reporting Areas, 2010 and 2009

Reporting Area Cases Case Rates Rank According to Rate Population Estimates
July 1, 20010
2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009

United States

11,182

11,537

3.6

3.8

--

--

309,050,816

Alabama

146

168

3.1

3.6

19

16

4,729,656

Alaska

57

37

8

5.3

2

4

708,862

Arizona

283

232

4.2

3.5

10

17

6,676,627

Arkansas

78

82

2.7

2.8

22

22

2,910,236

California

2,327

2,469

6.2

6.7

3

2

37,266,600

Colorado

71

85

1.4

1.7

41

36

5,095,309

Connecticut

85

95

2.4

2.7

26

24

3,526,937

Delaware

20

19

2.2

2.1

29

31

891,464

District of Columbia1

44

41

7.2

6.8

--

--

610,589

Florida

835

822

4.5

4.4

7

7

18,678,049

Georgia

411

414

4.1

4.2

11

9

9,908,357

Hawaii

115

117

8.8

9.1

1

1

1,300,086

Idaho

15

18

1

1.2

44

44

1,559,796

Illinois

372

418

2.9

3.2

21

19

12,944,410

Indiana

90

119

1.4

1.9

40

33

6,445,295

Iowa

48

42

1.6

1.4

38

39

3,023,081

Kansas

46

64

1.6

2.3

37

28

2,841,121

Kentucky

90

75

2.1

1.7

30

35

4,339,435

Louisiana

200

193

4.4

4.3

8

8

4,529,426

Maine

8

9

0.6

0.7

50

49

1,312,939

Maryland

220

218

3.8

3.8

13

13

5,737,274

Massachusetts

222

242

3.3

3.7

16

14

6,631,280

Michigan

184

144

1.9

1.4

32

38

9,931,235

Minnesota

135

161

2.6

3.1

23

21

5,290,447

Mississippi

116

121

3.9

4.1

12

10

2,960,467

Missouri

107

80

1.8

1.3

35

40

6,011,741

Montana

6

8

0.6

0.8

49

47

980,152

Nebraska

27

32

1.5

1.8

39

34

1,811,072

Nevada

114

106

4.3

4

9

11

2,654,751

New Hampshire

10

16

0.8

1.2

47

42

1,323,531

New Jersey

405

405

4.6

4.7

6

6

8,732,811

New Mexico

51

48

2.5

2.4

24

26

2,033,875

New York

954

1,007

4.9

5.2

5

5

19,577,730

North Carolina

296

251

3.1

2.7

18

25

9,458,888

North Dakota

12

5

1.8

0.8

33

48

653,778

Ohio

190

180

1.6

1.6

36

37

11,532,111

Oklahoma

86

102

2.3

2.8

27

23

3,724,447

Oregon

87

89

2.3

2.3

28

27

3,855,536

Pennsylvania

238

236

1.9

1.9

31

32

12,632,780

Rhode Island

26

24

2.5

2.3

25

29

1,056,870

South Carolina

153

164

3.3

3.6

17

15

4,596,958

South Dakota

15

18

1.8

2.2

34

30

820,077

Tennessee

193

202

3

3.2

20

20

6,338,112

Texas

1,385

1,501

5.5

6.1

4

3

25,213,445

Utah

20

37

0.7

1.3

48

41

2,830,753

Vermont

5

6

0.8

1

46

46

622,433

Virginia

268

271

3.4

3.4

15

18

7,952,119

Washington

239

256

3.5

3.8

14

12

6,746,199

West Virginia

15

19

0.8

1

45

45

1,825,513

Wisconsin

55

67

1

1.2

43

43

5,668,519

Wyoming

7

2

1.3

0.4

42

50

547,637

American Samoa1,2

3

4

4.5

6

--

--

66,432

Fed. States of Micronesia1,2

171

195

159.6

182

--

--

107,154

Guam1,2

100

102

55.3

56.4

--

--

180,865

Marshall Islands1,2

196

141

297.6

214.1

--

--

65,859

N. Mariana Islands1,2

32

32

66.2

66.2

--

--

48,317

Puerto Rico1,2

80

63

2

1.6

--

--

3,978,702

Republic of Palau1,2

17

19

81.4

91

--

--

20,879

U.S. Virgin Islands1,2

...

...

...

...

--

--

109,750

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 2009 and 2010 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 (July 1, 2000– July 1, 2010) (accessed August 30, 2011); for all other areas, from IDB Summary Demographic Data.

Ellipses indicate data not available.

See Technical Notes.

See Surveillance Slide #4.

 
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