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Vol. 48 / No. 46

MMWR

1067

UNITED STATES

14,049

19,564

6,500

11,104

5,782

6,358

12,183

14,937

NEW ENGLAND

714

388

710

340

51

69

367

390

Maine

5

12

-

-

-

1

16

11

N.H.

16

16

14

19

1

2

10

-

Vt.

6

6

4

2

3

4

2

4

Mass.

664

253

621

244

32

40

209

223

R.I.

23

34

18

13

2

1

39

49

Conn.

U

67

53

62

13

21

91

103

MID. ATLANTIC

839

2,188

415

1,611

222

287

2,262

2,706

Upstate N.Y.

254

570

62

201

25

35

280

338

N.Y. City

258

663

82

568

79

72

1,220

1,280

N.J.

195

619

121

593

48

91

451

546

Pa.

132

336

150

249

70

89

311

542

E.N. CENTRAL

2,533

2,653

1,159

1,426

1,240

916

1,136

1,463

Ohio

379

459

124

129

84

128

214

214

Ind.

293

150

94

39

613

184

83

141

Ill.

993

1,456

592

1,187

335

370

508

685

Mich.

388

242

280

4

208

176

246

328

Wis.

480

346

69

67

U

58

85

95

W.N. CENTRAL

1,030

965

668

576

108

122

427

427

Minn.

222

287

212

321

9

9

178

131

Iowa

57

63

48

44

9

2

40

43

Mo.

633

151

327

113

72

91

151

155

N. Dak.

3

9

2

3

-

-

6

8

S. Dak.

13

31

6

22

-

1

17

17

Nebr.

65

358

35

19

8

6

16

26

Kans.

37

66

38

54

10

13

19

47

S. ATLANTIC

2,201

3,878

406

1,185

1,803

2,356

2,487

2,772

Del.

12

35

8

33

8

20

12

33

Md.

147

193

50

64

307

617

241

270

D.C.

50

30

U

U

59

84

45

97

Va.

122

183

51

81

142

137

247

250

W. Va.

8

11

5

7

2

3

35

38

N.C.

189

299

80

169

400

664

348

398

S.C.

120

167

60

88

235

305

218

250

Ga.

212

1,005

37

233

368

263

532

459

Fla.

1,341

1,955

115

510

282

263

809

977

E.S. CENTRAL

954

1,239

456

979

1,011

1,091

768

1,041

Ky.

225

126

-

45

94

94

166

148

Tenn.

508

627

399

716

561

513

272

364

Ala.

108

433

47

211

196

257

274

330

Miss.

113

53

10

7

160

227

56

199

W.S. CENTRAL

2,429

3,985

1,849

1,279

837

960

1,265

2,208

Ark.

73

198

23

60

76

104

147

136

La.

118

315

111

272

208

384

U

256

Okla.

448

491

149

152

164

81

120

149

Tex.

1,790

2,981

1,566

795

389

391

998

1,667

MOUNTAIN

1,038

1,176

636

677

205

217

384

493

Mont.

9

8

-

3

1

-

13

18

Idaho

25

19

9

14

1

2

14

10

Wyo.

3

3

1

1

-

1

3

4

Colo.

180

207

137

152

2

10

U

60

N. Mex.

128

276

62

159

11

22

54

62

Ariz.

551

563

360

301

182

163

184

189

Utah

61

39

61

28

2

4

38

47

Nev.

81

61

6

19

6

15

78

103

PACIFIC

2,311

3,092

201

3,031

305

340

3,087

3,437

Wash.

102

201

98

171

64

27

156

231

Oreg.

80

176

76

146

9

5

90

123

Calif.

2,097

2,660

-

2,660

228

304

2,630

2,881

Alaska

3

9

2

5

1

1

51

47

Hawaii

29

46

25

49

3

3

160

155

Guam

8

34

U

U

1

1

11

82

P.R.

62

57

U

U

143

162

41

140

V.I.

U

U

U

U

U

U

U

U

Amer. Samoa

U

U

U

U

U

U

U

U

C.N.M.I.

U

U

U

U

U

U

U

U

TABLE II. (Cont’d.) Provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending November 20, 1999, and November 21, 1998 (46th Week)

N: Not notifiable

U: Unavailable

  • -

    : no reported cases

*Individual cases may be reported through both the National Electronic Telecommu

Public Health Laboratory Information System (PHLIS). Cumulative reports of provisional tuberculosis cases for 1999 are unavailable (“U”)

System (TIMS).

nications System for Surveillance (NETSS) and the for some areas using the Tuberculosis Information

Cum. Cum.

Cum.

Cum.

1999

1998

1999

1998

Reporting Area

Cum.

Cum.

Cum.

Cum.

1999

1998

1999

1998

Syphilis (Primary & Secondary)

Tuberculosis

PHLIS

NETSS

Shigellosis*

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