Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2018

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Table 28. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Reporting Areas, 2018 and 2017

See Surveillance Slides #5, #6 and #7

Table 28. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Reporting Areas, 2018 and 2017
Reporting Area Cases Case Rates Rank According to Rate Population Estimates
2018 2017 2018 2017 2018 2017 July 1, 2018
United States 9,025 9,088 2.8 2.8 327,167,434
Alabama 91 120 1.9 2.5 28 19 4,887,871
Alaska 63 53 8.5 7.2 1 3 737,438
Arizona 178 188 2.5 2.7 17 16 7,171,646
Arkansas 78 85 2.6 2.8 13 12 3,013,825
California 2,092 2,058 5.3 5.2 4 4 39,557,045
Colorado 64 84 1.1 1.5 41 34 5,695,564
Connecticut 51 63 1.4 1.8 37 26 3,572,665
Delaware 22 15 2.3 1.6 19 31 967,171
District of Columbia 36 36 5.1 5.2 5 5 702,455
Florida 591 549 2.8 2.6 11 18 21,299,325
Georgia 272 293 2.6 2.8 14 13 10,519,475
Hawaii 120 116 8.4 8.1 2 1 1,420,491
Idaho 15 10 0.9 0.6 46 49 1,754,208
Illinois 319 335 2.5 2.6 15 17 12,741,080
Indiana 116 100 1.7 1.5 29 32 6,691,878
Iowa 49 47 1.6 1.5 34 35 3,156,145
Kansas 28 29 1.0 1.0 44 45 2,911,505
Kentucky 65 65 1.5 1.5 36 36 4,468,402
Louisiana 105 141 2.3 3.0 21 11 4,659,978
Maine 14 14 1.0 1.0 43 44 1,338,404
Maryland 208 207 3.4 3.4 7 7 6,042,718
Massachusetts 200 209 2.9 3.0 10 10 6,902,149
Michigan 108 133 1.1 1.3 42 40 9,995,915
Minnesota 172 178 3.1 3.2 9 8 5,611,179
Mississippi 80 52 2.7 1.7 12 27 2,986,530
Missouri 81 87 1.3 1.4 40 37 6,126,452
Montana 5 3 0.5 0.3 50 52 1,062,305
Nebraska 27 21 1.4 1.1 38 43 1,929,268
Nevada 69 80 2.3 2.7 20 15 3,034,392
New Hampshire 12 19 0.9 1.4 45 38 1,356,458
New Jersey 291 283 3.3 3.2 8 9 8,908,520
New Mexico 41 37 2.0 1.8 23 25 2,095,428
New York State1 191 193 1.7 1.7 30 28 11,143,461
New York City 559 607 6.7 7.2 3 2 8,398,748
North Carolina 196 213 1.9 2.1 26 21 10,383,620
North Dakota 13 14 1.7 1.9 31 23 760,077
Ohio 178 149 1.5 1.3 35 41 11,689,442
Oklahoma 74 54 1.9 1.4 27 39 3,943,079
Oregon 81 69 1.9 1.7 24 29 4,190,713
Pennsylvania 212 192 1.7 1.5 33 33 12,807,060
Rhode Island 20 13 1.9 1.2 25 42 1,057,315
South Carolina 86 101 1.7 2.0 32 22 5,084,127
South Dakota 12 14 1.4 1.6 39 30 882,235
Tennessee 139 124 2.1 1.8 22 24 6,770,010
Texas 1,129 1,125 3.9 4.0 6 6 28,701,845
Utah 18 29 0.6 0.9 49 46 3,161,105
Vermont 5 3 0.8 0.5 48 50 626,299
Virginia 205 204 2.4 2.4 18 20 8,517,685
Washington 188 207 2.5 2.8 16 14 7,535,591
West Virginia 6 16 0.3 0.9 51 47 1,805,832
Wisconsin 49 49 0.8 0.8 47 48 5,813,568
Wyoming 1 2 0.2 0.3 52 51 577,737
American Samoa2 1 2 2.0 3.9 50,826
Fed. States of Micronesia2 143 128.8 113,000
Guam2 70 84 41.7 50.2 167,772
Marshall Islands2 193 332.8 58,000
N. Mariana Islands2 47 41 90.4 78.4 51,994
Puerto Rico2 28 40 0.9 1.2 3,195,153
Republic of Palau2 17 20 94.4 111.1 18,000
U.S. Virgin Islands2 106,977

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1Excludes New York City.
2Not ranked with the U.S. regions or included with the U.S. totals.

Note: Denominators for computing 2017 and 2018 rates for states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico were obtained from U.S. Census Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Ricoexternal icon (April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2018).  Totals for U.S. territories were obtained from the International Data Baseexternal icon  and totals for freely associated states were obtained from the United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2019). World Population Prospects 2019, Online Editionexternal icon.  Total Population (both sexes combined) by region, subregion and country, annually for 1950-2100 (thousands) Estimates, 1950 – 2020; accessed June 18, 2019.

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