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2000 Surveillance Slides

Countries of Birth for Foreign-born Persons Reported with TB
United States, 2000

Slide 11: Countries of Birth for Foreign-born Persons Reported with TB, United States, 2000
Slide 11: Countries of Birth for Foreign-born Persons Reported with TB, United States, 2000. This slide provides the overall distribution of countries of birth for foreign-born persons reported with TB. The countries have remained relatively constant since 1986, when information on country of birth was reported by all areas submitting reports to CDC. Seven countries account for nearly 2/3 of the total, with persons from Mexico accounting for nearly 1/4 and persons from the Philippines and Vietnam each accounting for approximately 10%. Persons from India, China, Haiti, and South Korea each account for approximately 5%, and more than 140 other countries each account for 2% or less of the total. 

 


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