Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2019

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Table 28. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Reporting Areas, 2019 and 2018

See Surveillance Slides #6, #7 and #8

Table 28. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Reporting Areas, 2019 and 2018
Reporting Area Cases Case Rates Rank According to Rate Population Estimates
2019 2018 2019 2018 2019 2018 July 1, 2019
United States 8,916 9,024 2.7 2.8 328,239,523
Alabama 87 91 1.8 1.9 27 28 4,903,185
Alaska 58 63 7.9 8.6 1 1 731,545
Arizona 183 178 2.5 2.5 15 17 7,278,717
Arkansas 64 76 2.1 2.5 18 15 3,017,804
California 2,113 2,097 5.3 5.3 4 4 39,512,223
Colorado 66 64 1.1 1.1 42 41 5,758,736
Connecticut 67 51 1.9 1.4 23 37 3,565,287
Delaware 19 22 2.0 2.3 20 20 973,764
District of Columbia 24 36 3.4 5.1 8 5 705,749
Florida 558 591 2.6 2.8 12 11 21,477,737
Georgia 299 271 2.8 2.6 10 13 10,617,423
Hawaii 99 120 7.0 8.4 2 2 1,415,872
Idaho 7 15 0.4 0.9 50 46 1,787,065
Illinois 326 319 2.6 2.5 14 16 12,671,821
Indiana 108 116 1.6 1.7 33 29 6,732,219
Iowa 52 49 1.6 1.6 32 34 3,155,070
Kansas 38 28 1.3 1.0 40 44 2,913,314
Kentucky 66 65 1.5 1.5 36 36 4,467,673
Louisiana 89 105 1.9 2.3 21 21 4,648,794
Maine 18 14 1.3 1.0 37 43 1,344,212
Maryland 210 210 3.5 3.5 7 7 6,045,680
Massachusetts 178 200 2.6 2.9 13 10 6,892,503
Michigan 131 108 1.3 1.1 39 42 9,986,857
Minnesota 148 172 2.6 3.1 11 9 5,639,632
Mississippi 56 80 1.9 2.7 22 12 2,976,149
Missouri 70 80 1.1 1.3 43 40 6,137,428
Montana 2 5 0.2 0.5 51 50 1,068,778
Nebraska 17 27 0.9 1.4 44 38 1,934,408
Nevada 52 69 1.7 2.3 30 19 3,080,156
New Hampshire 6 12 0.4 0.9 49 45 1,359,711
New Jersey 311 291 3.5 3.3 6 8 8,882,190
New Mexico 41 40 2.0 1.9 19 24 2,096,829
New York State1 188 191 1.7 1.7 29 31 11,116,744
New York City 566 553 6.8 6.6 3 3 8,336,817
North Carolina 185 196 1.8 1.9 28 26 10,488,084
North Dakota 18 13 2.4 1.7 16 30 762,062
Ohio 150 178 1.3 1.5 41 35 11,689,100
Oklahoma 73 74 1.8 1.9 25 27 3,956,971
Oregon 70 81 1.7 1.9 31 23 4,217,737
Pennsylvania 198 213 1.5 1.7 35 33 12,801,989
Rhode Island 14 20 1.3 1.9 38 25 1,059,361
South Carolina 80 86 1.6 1.7 34 32 5,148,714
South Dakota 16 12 1.8 1.4 26 39 884,659
Tennessee 128 139 1.9 2.1 24 22 6,829,174
Texas 1,159 1,129 4.0 3.9 5 6 28,995,881
Utah 27 18 0.8 0.6 46 49 3,205,958
Vermont 4 5 0.6 0.8 47 48 623,989
Virginia 192 205 2.2 2.4 17 18 8,535,519
Washington 223 190 2.9 2.5 9 14 7,614,893
West Virginia 10 6 0.6 0.3 48 51 1,792,147
Wisconsin 51 49 0.9 0.8 45 47 5,822,434
Wyoming 1 1 0.2 0.2 52 52 578,759
American Samoa2 1 2 2.0 3.9 50,135
Fed. States of Micronesia2 91 102 79.8 90.3 114,000
Guam2 79 71 47.0 42.3 168,147
Marshall Islands2,3 226 383.1 59,000
N. Mariana Islands2 51 47 98.6 90.4 51,718
Puerto Rico2 36 28 1.1 0.9 3,193,694
Republic of Palau2 6 17 33.3 94.4 18,000
U.S. Virgin Islands2 1 1 0.9 0.9 106,631

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1Excludes New York City.
2Not ranked with the U.S. regions or included with the U.S. totals.
3Emdashes (—) indicate that data are not available.

Note: Denominators for computing 2018 and 2019 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 Rico (April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2019)external icon . Totals for U.S. territories were obtained from the International Data Base external iconand totals for freely associated states were obtained from the United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2019). World Population Prospects 2019external icon, Online Edition.  Total Population(both sexes combined) by region, subregion and country, annually for 1950-2100 (thousands) Estimates, 1950 – 2020; accessed June 17, 2020.

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