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Table 17. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: States, 2002 and 2001

State
Cases
Case Rates
Rank According to Rate
Population Estimates July 1, 2002
2002
2001
2002
2001
2002
2001
United States
15,075
15,989
5.2
5.6
--
--
288,370,000
Alabama
233
265
5.2
5.9
15
12
4,487,000
Alaska
49
54
7.6
8.5
3
4
644,000
Arizona
263
289
4.8
5.4
18
17
5,456,000
Arkansas
136
162
5.0
6.0
17
11
2,710,000
California
3,169
3,332
9.0
9.7
2
2
35,116,000
Colorado
104
138
2.3
3.1
35
31
4,507,000
Connecticut
104
121
3.0
3.5
32
29
3,461,000
Delaware
25
33
3.1
4.1
30
26
807,000
District of Columbia1
82
74
14.4
12.9
--
--
571,000
Florida
1,086
1,145
6.5
7.0
6
6
16,713,000
Georgia
524
575
6.1
6.9
9
7
8,560,000
Hawaii
148
151
11.9
12.3
1
1
1,245,000
Idaho
14
9
1.0
0.7
48
49
1,341,000
Illinois
680
707
5.4
5.7
12
14
12,601,000
Indiana
128
115
2.1
1.9
37
39
6,159,000
Iowa
34
43
1.2
1.5
47
46
2,937,000
Kansas3
89
63
3.3
2.3
27
36
2,716,000
Kentucky
146
152
3.6
3.7
26
27
4,093,000
Louisiana
230
294
5.1
6.6
16
8
4,483,000
Maine
23
20
1.8
1.6
38
44
1,294,000
Maryland
306
262
5.6
4.9
10
19
5,458,000
Massachusetts
271
270
4.2
4.2
23
25
6,428,000
Michigan
315
330
3.1
3.3
29
30
10,050,000
Minnesota
237
239
4.7
4.8
19
21
5,020,000
Mississippi
134
154
4.7
5.4
20
18
2,872,000
Missouri
136
157
2.4
2.8
34
34
5,673,000
Montana
12
20
1.3
2.2
45
38
909,000
Nebraska
28
40
1.6
2.3
41
37
1,729,000
Nevada
85
96
3.9
4.6
25
22
2,173,000
New Hampshire
19
20
1.5
1.6
42
43
1,275,000
New Jersey
530
530
6.2
6.2
8
10
8,590,000
New Mexico
57
54
3.1
3.0
31
32
1,855,000
New York
1,434
1,676
7.5
8.8
4
3
19,158,000
North Carolina
434
398
5.2
4.9
14
20
8,320,000
North Dakota
6
6
0.9
0.9
49
48
634,000
Ohio
257
306
2.3
2.7
36
35
11,421,000
Oklahoma
190
194
5.4
5.6
11
15
3,494,000
Oregon
111
123
3.2
3.5
28
28
3,522,000
Pennsylvania
353
350
2.9
2.8
33
33
12,335,000
Rhode Island
49
60
4.6
5.7
21
13
1,070,000
South Carolina
256
263
6.2
6.5
7
9
4,107,000
South Dakota
13
13
1.7
1.7
39
41
761,000
Tennessee
308
313
5.3
5.5
13
16
5,797,000
Texas
1,550
1,643
7.1
7.7
5
5
21,780,000
Utah
31
35
1.3
1.5
44
45
2,316,000
Vermont
8
7
1.3
1.1
46
47
617,000
Virginia
315
306
4.3
4.3
22
24
7,294,000
Washington
252
261
4.2
4.4
24
23
6,069,000
West Virginia
30
32
1.7
1.8
40
40
1,802,000
Wisconsin
78
86
1.4
1.6
43
42
5,441,000
Wyoming
3
3
0.6
0.6
50
50
499,000
American Samoa1,2
...
...
...
...
--
--
68,688
Fed. States of Micronesia1,2
...
...
...
...
--
--
135,869
Guam1,2
65
63
40.4
40.0
--
--
160,796
N. Mariana Islands1,2
53
58
68.5
77.7
--
--
77,311
Puerto Rico1,2
129
121
3.3
3.2
--
--
3,859,000
Republic of Palau1,2
--
--
19,409
U.S. Virgin Islands1,2
...
...
...
...
--
--
123,498
1Not ranked with the states.
2Not included in U.S. totals.
Ellipses indicate data not available.
Note:  Denominators for computing 2002 rates were obtained as follows: for states and the District of Columbia, Table ST-EST2002-01-Time Series of State Population Estimates: April 1, 2000, to July 1, 2002, U.S. Census Bureau; for Puerto Rico; for all other areas.
3Kansas revised their final 2001 case count to 80 after CDC finalized 2001 data in April 2002.
See Surveillance Slide #4.

 


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