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TABLE II. (Continuech) Provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending April 5, 2008, and April 7, 2007
(14th Week)*

West Nile virus diseaset
Varicella (chickenpox)

Neuroinvasive

Nonneuroinvasive Previous

Previous

Previous
Current 52 weeks

Cum

Cum Current 52 weeks Cum Cum Current 52 weeks Cum Reporting area week

Med Max

2008
2007
week Med Max 2008 2007 week Med

Max 2008 United States 749 607 1,350 8,188 13,006

1 141

4

2 299 New England 5 12 47 149 202

2

2 Connecticut

0
1
1
2

1 Maine!

0
0

0 Massachusetts

0

0 New Hampshire

3
6
18

70 104
Rhode Island
0

1 Vermont

2

38 79 97 Mid. Atlantic 67 62 137 674 1,811

3 New Jersey

0
N

N
New York (Upstate)

0
N
1

1 New York City

N

0
N
N
3

3
Pennsylvania
67 62 137 674 1,811

1

1 E.N. Central 91 155 358 1,753 3,977

18

12 Illinois

8
3
19
105
65
13

8
Indiana
0 222

4

2. Michigan 28 65 154 778 1,579

5

0 Ohio 54 63 208 869 1,889

4

3 Wisconsin

1
6 80

1
444
2

2.
W.N. Central
13 24 92 404 667

41

117 lowa

N
0
0
N
N
4

3
Kansas
6 36 196 304

3

7 Minnesota

0
0

9

12 Missouri 13 12 78 194 253

3 Nebraska

0
0
N
N

15 North Dakota

0
1
1
84
11

49 South Dakota

1
14
13
26
9

32
S. Atlantic
91 94 182 1,389 1,789

12

6 Delaware

1
4
5
11
1

0 District of Columbia

8
8

0 Florida

26

87 631 385 Georgia

N

8 Maryland"

N
2

2
North Carolina
N

1 South Carolina 12 242 506

1 Virginia

19
80 245 453

1 West Virginia

32 17

66 258 434 E.S. Central

21
14
82 347
154
11

14 Alabama

21
14
82 345 152

2

1 Kentucky

N 0

0
N
N

1 Mississippi

o
1
2
2

7
3

12 Tennessee

N

0
N
N

1

2 W.S. Central 386 172 839 2,915 3,366

34

18 Arkansas!

2 13
46 197 208

2 Louisiana

1
8
20

53 Oklahoma

3
N
0

N
N
11

7 Texas

384
159
822 2,698 3,105

18

10 Mountain 73 35 130 546 1,020

36

143 Arizona

0
0

8

10 Colorado

15
13
62 173 381

17

65 Idaho

N
0
0
N
N

3 Montanat

22
12
6 40 125 126

10

30 Nevada

N
0
0
N

N
New Mexico

3
4
37
52 145

8 Utah

6
46
72 195 358

8

8
9
1
10
.

33 Pacific

0
4
11
20
18

23 Alaska

4
11

20
California
Hawaii
Oregon
Washington

N
American Samoa

N
C.N.M.I.
Guam

3
19
18
86

0 Puerto Rico

11
37
55

216 U.S. Virgin Islands

0

0

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U: Unavailable. - No reported cases. N: Not notifiable. Cum: Cumulative year-to-date counts. Med: Median. Max: Maximum.
i Incidence data for reporting years 2007 and 2008 are provisional.

Updated weekly from reports to the Division of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Zoonotic, Vector-Borne, and Enteric Diseases (ArboNET Surveillance). Det
for California serogroup, eastern equine, Powassan, St. Louis, and westem equine diseases are available in Table I.
$ Not notifiable in all states. Data from states where the condition is not notifiable are excluded from this table, except in 2007 for the domestic arboviral diseases and influenza
associated pediatric mortality, and in 2003 for SARS-CoV. Reporting exceptions are available at http://www.cdc.gov/epo/dphsi/phs/infdis.htm.
Contains data reported through the National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (NEDSS).

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BLE III. Deaths in 122 U.S. cities,* week ending April 5, 2008 (14th Week)
All causes, by age (years)

All causes, by age (years)
All

P&It
All

P&I* Sorting Area Ages >65 45-64 25-44 1-24 <1 Total Reporting Area Ages >65 45-64 25-44 1-24 <1 Total v England 572 409 120 18

9 16 74
S. Atlantic

1,304 801 328 93 32 49 80 ton, MA 145 94 37

4
6 18
Atlanta, GA

140 70 29 13 6 22 7 Igeport, CT 37 24 13

5
Baltimore, MD

146 91 32 14 3 6 19 nbridge, MA 12 12

1
Charlotte, NC
141 98 31

7 1 4 17 River, MA

29 23

5
1

5
Jacksonville, FL

206 133 53 10 7 2 10 tford, CT 53 34 13

1 5
Miami, FL

111 63 31 10 5 2. ell, MA 33 22 7 3 3 Norfolk, VA 58 41 14

3
7
5
1

1
Richmond, VA
67 30 24 11

1

1 2 v Bedford, MA

21 17
4

4
Savannah, GA
65 45 13

4
1

2 2 v Haven, CT 49 34 10

4 6
St. Petersburg, FL
56 37 10

7 1

1 3 vidence, RI 60 49 10

7
Tampa, FL
196 128 53

9 2 4 7 nerville, MA 3 3

1
Washington, D.C.
103 53 37

7 4 2 1 ingfield, MA

39 23

9
5
1 4
Wilmington, DE

15 12

1
1

1
.erbury, CT
24 18

1 2 rcester, MA 60 51

E.S. Central 12

948 655 209

47
23 14

101
Birmingham, AL
232 160 51

12 6 3 30 1. Atlantic 2,419 1,660 530 135 38 53 171 Chattanooga, TN

73 49 14

6 3

1 11 49 35

6
5
3 5
Knoxville, TN
106 71 25

8
1

1 8 ntown, PA

37 30

5
2

1
Lexington, KY

42 26

8

4 2. 2 3 falo, NY 78 52 17

2 6
Memphis, TN
175 133 37

2 2

1 17 nden, NJ

22

5
2
2. Mobile, AL

57 17 3 3 2. 3 abeth, NJ

19 15
4

Montgomery, AL
64 36 21

6
1

13 7, PA 62 49 10 3

Nashville, TN
174 123 36

6 5 4 16 sey City, NJ 41 26 12

5 v York City, NY 1,151 806 236

W.S. Central 57 20 30

1,683 58

1,089 409 94 37 54 127 vark, NJ 64 33 21

Austin, TX

92 68

18 4

3 4

1

2. 12 erson, NJ

23 14
6

Baton Rouge, LA
2

33
1
3

18

2

7 ladelphia, PA 458 277 126 36 12

Corpus Christi, TX 7

77

22 30

51

2 1

1 9 sburgh, PAS U U U

Dallas, TX
U

178
U

107 41 15

12. 7 ading, PA

36
6

El Paso, TX

75 51 18 1

2

1 4 chester, NY

122
22

Fort Worth, TX

127 4

89 19

29

2
1

6 11 jenectady, NY 33 25

Houston, TX
8
5

450 263 131 37 9 10 32 anton, PA 36 25

Little Rock, AR
10
1

98 71 19

6 2.

2 acuse, NY 129 100 22

New Orleans, LA1 3

U 18

U 3

U

U U nton, NJ

28 20
7

San Antonio, TX

301

204 70 12 5 10 24 a, NY

10
7
2
1

Shreveport, LA
122 80 30

7.
1

2 3 14 ikers, NY 21

Tulsa, OK
15
5

130
1

87 27

6 8 2 12 1. Central 2,200 1,493 523

Mountain 113 33 38

835

1,215 206

252 75 23 30 111 on, OH 57 33 19

Albuquerque, NM 2

22. 1

134 2 3

96

12 3

1 9 nton, OH

47 39
8

Boise, ID

47 6

38 7

1

1 4 icago, IL 328 191 87 38 6

Colorado Springs, CO 23

64
6

40 18
6

5 icinnati, OH 78 49 17

Denver, CO

28
1
8

86
12

6 2 8 11 'veland, OH 252 176 58 12

Las Vegas, NV 16

287 203 3

63 15 4 2. 23 lumbus, OH 253 165 64 13 3

Ogden, UT 25

35 8

27 7

1 1 yton, OH 146 107 38 1

Phoenix, AZ
175 100 41

19
16

5 10 11 troit, MI

185
105
58

Pueblo, CO
16

34
3 3

23
8

3
13

5 ansville, IN

38 32
5

Salt Lake City, UT
113 84 14

8
6

3 4 16 rt Wayne, IN 66 50 14

Tucson, AZ
1
2

196 138 44

5 6

3 26 sy, IN

13
8
4
1

2
Pacific

1,698 1,225 329 83 35 26 195 and Rapids, MI 65 49 10

3
1 7
Berkeley, CA

17 11

4
2

1 lianapolis, IN 204 134 50

13
2 26
Fres CA
110 77 21

6 5
nsing, MI
50 36 11

2. 1

4
Glendale, CA

21 18

1

2
waukee, WI
85 61 19

3
2

13
Honolulu, HI
80 55 11

8 2.

4 13 oria, IL 59 42 13

1

11
Long Beach, CA

59 41

12

3
2

1 14 ckford, IL

58 47

9
1
1 7
Los Angeles, CA

256 176

62 12 5 1 36 uth Bend, IN 58 39 16 3 2. Pasadena, CA

24 17

1

4 edo, OH 76 60 13

2

7
Portland, OR
119 87 21

5 4 2 11 ungstown, OH 82 70 10

1
1 5
Sacramento, CA
192 146 35

7 1

3 28 N. Central 711 474 164 47 11 13

San Diego, CA

176 132
73

31
6

4 18 s Moines, IA 53 37 6

San Francisco, CA

121 82 2.

23

9

6 1 12 iluth, MN 32 23

San Jose, CA
2.

192 138
41

5 18 .nsas City, KS

27 20
5

Santa Cruz, CA
2
3

24 20

4
insas City, MO
110 70 30

Seattle, WA
6
2

117 90 18
10

3 3 3 8 icoln, NE

36 29

5
2.

9
Spokane, WA

75 58

9
7

11 nneapolis, MN 68 45 17

Tacoma, WA 3

115 77 30 3

5 11

2. 1 5 naha, NE 113 82 18

4
4 14
Total

12,750** 8,641 2,864 705 241 293 1,138 Louis, MO 154 87 45 13

4 14 Paul, MN

50 37

8
5

3
chita, KS
68 44 19 5

5 Unavailable. -:No reported cases. Mortality data in this table are voluntarily reported from 122 cities in the United States, most of which have populations of 2100,000. A death is reported by the place of its occurrence and by the week that the death certificate was filed. Fetal deaths are not included. Pneumonia and influenza. Because of changes in reporting methods in this Pennsylvania city, these numbers are partial counts for the current week. Complete counts will be available in 4 to 6 weeks. Because of Hurricane Katrina, weekly reporting of deaths has been temporarily disrupted. Total includes unknown ages.

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TABLE IV. Provisional cases of selected notifiable disease, *
United States, quarter ending March 29, 2008 (13th Week)

Tuberculosis

Previous
Current 4 quarters

Cum Cum Reporting area

quarter

Max 2008 2007 United States

1,157 1,157 3,085 1,157 2,557 New England

24
24
44
24

56 Connecticut

21
21
29
21

30 Maine

8

3 Massachusetts New Hampshire

4
3

3 Rhode Island

8

19 Vermont

1 Mid. Atlantic

402
402
539
402

379 New Jersey

58
58
152
58

80 New York (Upstate)

48
47
99
48

48 New York City

206
206 250 206

205 Pennsylvania

90
72
90
90

46 E.N. Central

110
110 295

110

232 Illinois

55
55
137

55

121 Indiana

0

7 Michigan

74

3

38 Ohio

47
47
71
47

52 Wisconsin

29

14

- AOC

W.N. Central

76
76
132

76

100 lowa

13

1
13
13

7 Kansas

18

19 Minnesota

29
29
73
29

45 Missouri

20
20
32
20

26 Nebraska

12

12

12 North Dakota

0 South Dakota

2

6
2

2 S. Atlantic

180
180
705 180

676 Delaware

0
7

5 District of Columbia

18

0
18
18

11 Florida

39
39
288

39

213 Georgia

40
40
177

40

274 Maryland

42
42
75
42

55 North Carolina

0
117

61 South Carolina

12

16 Virginia

33
33
125
33

37 West Virginia

8
6
8
8

4 E.S. Central

93
93
226

93

112 Alabama

33
33
50
33

41 Kentucky

2
2
42

2

17 Mississippi

17
17
46
17

22 Tennessee

41
41
88
41

32 W.S. Central

116

116 472 116 401 Arkansas

8
8
33

8

21 Louisiana

0

0 Oklahoma

20
20

44 Texas

88
88
416

88 Mountain

32
32
196
32

75 Arizona

17
17
158
17

14 Colorado

0
9
3

17 Idaho

0 Montana

0 Nevada

16 New Mexico

17

9

14 Utah

3

12

3

14 Wyoming

0 Pacific

124
124 815 124

526 Alaska

11
11
15
11

10 California

94
94
704

94

419 Hawaii

19
19
37
19

32 Oregon Washington

70

65 American Samoa

3 C.N.M.I. Guam

0 Puerto Rico

35

6 U.S. Virgin Islands

0

0 C.N.M.I.: Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. U: Unavailable. - No reported cases.

N: Not notifiable. Cum: Cumulative year-to-date counts. Min: Minimum Max: Maximum. * AIDS and HIV/AIDS data are not updated for this quarter because of upgrading of the national HIV/AIDS surveillance data management system.

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