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1998 Surveillance Slides

Country of Origin of Foreign-born Persons with TB
United States, 1998

Slide 15: Pie Chart showing Country of Origin of Foreign-born Persons with TB, United States, 1998.
Slide 15: Country of Origin of Foreign-born Persons with TB, United States, 1998. In 1998, persons from the seven countries shown on this slide accounted for 64% of foreign-born TB cases. The highest proportion of foreign-born TB cases (23%) were from Mexico, 13% were from the Philippines, and 10% were from Vietnam. Persons from each of the remaining four countries (China, Haiti, India, and South Korea) accounted for 3%-7% of the total.

 


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