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TABLE II. (Continuedh Provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending May 10, 2008, and May 12, 2007
(19th Week)*

Streptococcus pneumoniae, invasive disease, nondrug resistant
Streptococcal disease, invasive, group A

Age <5 years
Previous

Previous
Current
52 weeks
Cum Cum

Current
52 weeks

Qum Cum
Reporting area
week Med Max 2008 2007

week Med Max 2008 2007 United States

85
93
235 2,372 2,383

29
35
156
686

692 New England

1

24
135
200

1
5
39

57 Connecticut

22
13
49

4

10 Maines

11
10

1

1 Massachusetts

82
105

30

41 New Hampshire

16
22

7 Rhode Islands

2

3 Vermont

12

1 Mid. Atlantic

20
17
41
486
497

5
38
81

115 New Jersey

3
8
67
104

1
6
17

30 New York (Upstate)

13

6
20
174
141

1
2
14
39

47 New York City

4
10
82
122

1
35
25

38 Pennsylvania

7
5
16
163
130

N

N
E.N. Central

16
59
492
447

5
22
148

116 Illinois

4
15
130
145

2

32

28 Indiana

2
11
63
48

14
19

7 Michigan

1
3
10
77
106

1

37

41 Ohio

3
5
15
141
122

1

26

34 Wisconsin

38
81
26
4

34

6 W.N. Central

20

39
215 173

10

2
23
61

41 lowa

0 Kansas

6
31
22

2
10

1 Minnesota

18

35
101
82

21
24

23 Missouri

1

10
48
44

1
2
18

13 Nebraska

3
17
11

4 North Dakota

3
8
10

1
1

1 South Dakota

2
10
4

1

4 S. Atlantic

25
22
51
483 515

10

92 101 Delaware

2
6

3 District of Columbia

6
18
7

3 Florida

16
118
110

26 Georgia

4
10
91

114 Marylands

87
92

34

35 North Carolina

22
62

N
South Carolina
6

19

12 Virginia

60

4
7

23 West Virginia

3
12

1
3

2 E.S. Central

4
13
76
87

11
47

41 Alabama

N
N

N

N
Kentucky

1
3
16
23

N

N Mississippi

0

N
N

13

3 Tennessee

13
60
64
3

34

38 W.S. Central

3

83
190
141

6
5
61
108

109 Arkansas

1
12

2
4

6 Louisiana

1
13

2

23 Oklahoma

1
17
56
39

1
1
5
39

23 Texas

3
5
65
128
77

5
3
56
64

57 Mountain

8
10
24 250
267

3
4
12 103

104 Arizona

2
4
9
90
95

2

60

53 Colorado

9
60
69

1
4
26

23 Idahos

6

1
2

2 Montana

N

N
Nevada

0
2
6
2

N

N
New Mexico

7
49
46

22 Utah

5
34
45

6

4 Wyoming

1 Pacific

7
45
56

7

8 Alaska 13

N California

N
Hawaii

32
47

7 Oregons

N

N
Washington

N
N
N

N

N American Samoa

12

16
C.N.M.I.
Guam
Puerto Rico

N
U.S. Virgin Islands

N

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Incidence data for reporting years 2007 and 2008 are provisional.
Includes cases of invasive pneumococcal disease, in children aged <5 years, caused by S. pneumoniae, which is susceptible or for which susceptibility testing is not avad
(NNDSS event code 11717).
Contains data reported through the National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (NEDSS).

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week Current 34

Med

52 weeks
Previous

216
Max
All ages

1,166
2008
Cum

1,211
2007

Cum
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week

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6

Med

9
52 weeks
Previous

Max
Age <5 years

27
1
3
4

192 2008 Cum 3

246
2007
Cum

4
9

week
Current
94 222

Med

0
6
52 weeks
Previous

329

Max
Syphilis, primary and secondary

3,708
2008
Cum

3,644
2007
Cum

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TABLE II. (Continued) Provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending May 10, 2008, and May 12, 2007
(19th 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

Or Reporting area week Med Max 2008 2007

week Med Max

2008 2007 week Med Max 2008 m United States 601 628 1,430 12,428 19,070

1 141

5

2 299 New England

9
13
39 218 497

2 Connecticut

0
1
1
2

1 Maine

2
26
164

0
Massachusetts
0

2 New Hampshire

18
100
148

0
Rhode Islands
0

1 Vermont

5
19
118
184

0
Mid. Atlantic
89 56 145 1,017 2,427

3

3
New Jersey
N

N
N
1

0
New York (Upstate)
N

N
N
1

1 New York City

3

3 Pennsylvania 89 56 145 1,017 2,427

1

1 E.N. Central 96 158 358 2.880 5,372

18

12 Illinois

11
4
51
376
76
13

8
Indiana
0 222

4

2 Michigan 29 65 154 1,202 2,122

5 Ohio

55 61
129 1,248 2,607

4

3 Wisconsin

1
6
80
54
567
2

2 W.N. Central

12
69 602 968

41

117
lowa
N

N
N

3
Kansas
36 224 376

7 Minnesota

12 Missouri 11

319 455 Nebraska

5

15 North Dakota

39
43
84
11

49 South Dakota

1

16
53
9

32
S. Atlantic
97 180 2,029 2,441

12 Delaware

1
4
10

17 District of Columbia

6
14

8 Florida

68 28

87
865 539

1
Georgia
N
N

8
Maryland
N

N

N
North Carolina
N

N.

1 South Carolina 8 15 330 617

1 Virginia

22

502
697
1

1 West Virginia

1
15

66 308 563
E.S. Central
22 15 82

523
258
11

14 Alabama

15
82 516 257

2 Kentucky

N
N
1

0 Mississippi

7
1
7

12
Tennessee
N

N

1
1

2
W.S. Central
267 172 855 4,295 5,573

34

18 Arkansas 10 13 42 271 326

5

2 Louisiana

1
8
27
71
5

3 Oklahoma

N
0

N
N
11

7 Texas

257
159 825 3,997 5,176

18
1

10
Mountain
29 35 120

1,513
36

143 Arizona

8

10 Colorado

323
569

17 Idaho

N
N

3 Montana

141
193

10 Nevada

N
N

1 New Mexico

103
241

8 Utah

282 495
8

8 Wyoming

1
15
4

33 Pacific

14
21
18

23 Alaska

14
21

0 California

17

21
Hawaii
Oregon
Washington
American Samoa
C.N.M.I.
Guam

25 149 Puerto Rico

2 10

37 107 309 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. Med: Median. Max: Maximum i Incidence data for reporting years 2007 and 2008 are provisional.

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BLE III. Deaths in 122 U.S. cities,* week ending May 10, 2008 (19th Week)
All causes, by age (years)

All causes, by age (years)
All

P&It

All Jorting Area

P&It Ages

>65 45-64 25-44 1-24 <1 Total Reporting Area Ages >65 45-64 25-44 1-24 <1 Total 1 England

505
343 118 24 7 13 43

S. Atlantic

1,189 726 314 81 25 43 85 -ton, MA 128 80 35

3 10
Atlanta, GA
79 37 26

7

7 3 -geport, CT 40 29 9

1
1

6
Baltimore, MD

136 85 38 10 2 1 17 nbridge, MA

11
9
2.

1
Charlotte, NC
104 70 26

3

5 4 River, MA

24 18

5
1
2 Jacksonville, FL

214 147 46 12 5 4 16 tford, CT 56 35 14

4

5
Miami, FL
92 54 25

9 2 2 20 ell, MA

14 11

1
2

1
Norfolk, VA
46 25 14

3 2 2 1
4
4

Richmond, VA
49 29 12

2

1 1 Bedford, MA 28 23

Savannah, GA
65 34 18

1

3 Haven, CT

19 13
4

4
St. Petersburg, FL
59 38 14

4
1

2 3 vidence, RI 62 39 18

4

1
6
Tampa, FL
212 135 53 15 4

16 nerville, MA

3
2
1

Washington, D.C.
121 63 40

8
4

1 ngfield, MA 39 20 10

5
Wilmington, DE

12
9
2
1

1 erbury, CT

25 21
3

1 2.
cester, MA
52 39 11

E.S. Central
1
1

773 537 163 43 19 11 53
Birmingham, AL
143 96 32

7 4

4 11 . Atlantic 1,881 1,312 391 103 33 41 98

Chattanooga, TN
86 62 16

4

2 2 5 iny, NY 54 39 12

2
1

4
Knoxville, TN
89 66 17

1 ntown, PA

24 19

3
1

Lexington, KY
56 39 11

1

1 alo, NY 64 49 11

2
1 7
Memphis, TN
156 103 34 12

1 10 iden, NJ

39 23

9
1
5 1
Mobile, AL
61 45 12 2 1

1

1 abeth, NJ 16 12

1
Montgomery, AL
65 43 17

3 2

8 PA

43 40
3
2 Nashville, TN

83 24

6
2

2 12 ey City, NJ

20
7
4

1 York City, NY

973
679
206 57 15

W.S. Central
16 43

1,455 916 339 107 57 36 80 ark, NJ 42 17 12

6
1

81
Austin, TX
5 3

55 20

4

2 1 Prson, NJ 20 9 10 1

Baton Rouge, LA

67 2.

25 20

5 17
adelphia, PA
163 99 39 13

7
Corpus Christi, TX
69 44 16

1

4 burgh, PAS

30 21

8
1

Dallas, TX

192 1

96 46 27 15 ding, PA

30 20
10

El Paso, TX

73 55

9
8 1

2 hester, NY 142 109 24

Fort Worth, TX

129 16

95

2 1

2 10 enectady, NY

19 15
4

Houston, TX

318 195 1

25 12.

14 inton, PA

29 24
3

2

Little Rock, AR 1

90 52 28

7

3 3 icuse, NY

108
81 22

New Orleans, LAT
1 8

U U U U U U U iton, NJ

31 20
5

San Antonio, TX
3
2
1

258 174 56 14

8 6 25 a, NY 13 11 2

Shreveport, LA
81 58 15

5 1 2 8 kers, NY

21 18
3

Tulsa, OK

97
1

67 23
6 1

5 Central 1,833 1,212 427 97

Mountain 46 51 112

1,105 689 251 105 33 26 68 In, OH 45 27 13

2
1

Albuquerque, NM
2

55
27

34 2. 1 10 ton, OH 43 30 12 1

Boise, ID

56 6

37 13

2

1 3 4 ago, IL 308 180 89 25

Colorado Springs, CO 6

78 15

36 18 16 5 3 2 innati, OH 88 58 18

Denver, CO 8 8

80 56 18

4 1 1 5 eland, OH

230
165 50
9

Las Vegas, NV
6 9

252 162 59 19 7 5 16 mbus, OH 173 110 46 7

25 5

Ogden, UT
5 14

21
3
1

1 con, OH 123 97 17 5 2

Phoenix, AZ

174 2

109 10

33 15 12 4 11 oit, MI 154 67 61 14

Pueblo, CO 7 5 9

25 14

7
4

4 isville, IN 53 40 10 2

Salt Lake City, UT

129 1 4

91 27

4 3 4 10 Wayne, IN 68 45 11

5
2
Tucson, AZ

167 108
1

46

6 2 5 5 I, IN

13 5
5

1
Pacific

1,625 1,100 359 91 37 37 169 id Rapids, MI

42 30

8
2
1
1 2
Berkeley, CA
14 13

1 3 inapolis, IN

58 35

13
4
3 7
Fresno, CA
119 85 23

7
1

3 14 sing, MI 46 32 11

1
1
1
4
Glendale, CA

23 17

4
2

7 aukee, WI 95 66 20

6
1 2
Honolulu, HI
75 50 18

3 2 2 12 ia, IL

58 47

5
3
1
2 7
Long Beach, CA

51 38

8

3 2 7 dford, IL 60 40 14

1
2 1
Los Angeles, CA

243 156 57 16 10 4 34 h Bend, IN

46 35

5
3 2 1 5

Pasadena, CA
32 19 9 3

1 3 do, OH 83 63 13

2 2 3
Portland, OR
126 77 36 7 2

7 igstown, OH

47 40

6
1

5
Sacramento, CA
175 123 41

6 2

19 Central 553 363 118 40

San Diego, CA 18 13 41

168 113 35 12 3

4 14 Moines, IA 46 34 10 1

San Francisco, CA

125 1

83 6

30

7 2 3 16 th, MN 15 12 2

San Jose, CA

168 1

125 1

28

8 2 5 13 ias City, KS

31 18

9
4

Santa Cruz, CA
3

35 26

2 1

5 as City, MO 110 69 29 10

Seattle, WA
1
1

116 68
10

29 10 5 4 8 bln, NE 40 30

64
1
Spokane, WA

40
3
1

20
2 1

1 eapolis, MN 46 33 6 2 2

Tacoma, WA 2

91 67

15

6
ha, NE
72 48 14

6
3
1 10
Total

10,919** 7,198 2,480 691 275 271 749 Duis, MO

71 34

14
11
7

4 3 aul, MN

57 40

12

4
1

3
ita, KS
65 45 16

1

1 2 2 navailable. -:No reported cases. rtality data in this table are voluntarily reported from 122 cities in the United States, most of which have populations of > 100,000. A death is reported by the place of its Currence and by the week that the death certificate was filed. Fetal deaths are not included. eumonia and influenza. cause 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. pause of Hurricane Katrina, weekly reporting of deaths has been temporarily disrupted. al includes unknown ages.

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