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Morbidity and Mortality


U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE


Prepared by i'he


MElrose 4.5131


October 31. 1962


ATLANTA 22. GEORGIA
ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT


Reported Incidence of Notifiable Diseases in the United States, 1961


This supplement presents fi %B
on the reported incidence of n e dis-
eases in 1961 based on summa ~ submitt
by the individual States and r stories .T
the United States. o o\
In 1961, the incidence of hep ,d, reached
a total of 72,651 cases, the large Tmber
reported since hepatitis was added
list of notifiable diseases ten years
ago.
The graph below shows the reported in-
cidence of hepatitis by month foi the ten

HEF
Infectiou
8000 by Montl


6000





4000




2000


year period, 1952-1961. A seven year interval
between years of maximum incidence may be
Served. A seasonal increase in occur-
r ce during the late winter and early spring
ni nths is apparent.
Poliomyelitis declined to the low figure
of 1,312 cases (including nonparalytic and
unspecified). This is the lowest figure re-
ported in an annual summary since 1914.
A variety of tables as described in the
Index, (page 2), present the data on noti-
fiable diseases in 1961.


ATITIS
s and Serum
h, 1952-1961


1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961


Vol 10, No 53


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2 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report









INDEX OF TABLES



Page

Table 1. Diseases Covered by International Quarantine Agreement 3

Table 2. Reported Cases of Specified Notifiable Diseases:
United States, 1952-1961 4

Table 3. (A) Deaths from Specified Notifiable Diseases:
United States, 1951-1960 5

(B) Deaths from Selected Non-Notifiable Acute Diseases:
United States, 1951-1960 6

Table 4. Reported Cases of Notifiable Diseases by Month:
United States, 1961 7

Table 5. Reported Cases of Specified Notifiable Diseases:
United States, by Geographic Division, by State, 1961 8

Table 6. Reported Cases of Notifiable Diseases of Low Frequency:
United States, by State, 1961 12

Table 7. Incidence of Notifiable Diseases Reported by
Territory of Guam, 1961 12

Table 8. Newly Reported Active Tuberculosis Cases: United States,
by Geographic Division, by State, by Age, 1961 13

Table 9. Newly Reported Cases of Venereal Diseases: United States,
by Geographic Division, by State; Age and Sex,
(Civilian Cases only), 1961 14

Table 10. Rabies in Man and Animals, by State, by Type of Animal,
United States, 1961 15

Table 11. Reported Cases of Selected Notifiable Diseases by
State, by Age, 1961 16

Table 12. Reported Cases of Selected Notifiable Diseases by
Month, by State, 1961 22

Table 13. Acute Diseases Optionally Reported to the Public
Health Service, by State, 1961 24

Table 14. Other Diseases Optionally Reported (Diseases reported
by six States or less) 27


EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS USED IN TABLES

Data not available-------.......
Quantity zero----------- -








Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report


TABLE 1. REPORTED INCIDENCE OF DISEASES COVERED BY INTERNATIONAL QUARANTINE AGREEMENT, 1952 1961


International
Classification
of Diseases Covered

043 Cholera
058 Plague
071.0 Louse-borne
relapsing fever
084 Smallpox
091 Yellow fever
100 Louse-borne
epidemic typhus


Number Reported
1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955


3 2 4


1954 1953 1952


1 1


Plague Cases in 1961


Date and Place Acquired

July, New Mexico
July, New Mexico
Aug., New Mexico


Age and Sex

38 Male
38 Male
23 Male


Outcome

Fatal, 7/29 '62. Massachusetts
Fatal, 7. 30 2, New Mexico
Recovered












TABLE 2. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1952 1961


DISEASE 19611 19601 19591 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952


Amebiasis............................................... ...
Anthrax................................................
Aseptic Meningitis............... .......................
Botulism.................................................
Brucellosis undulantt fever)...............................

Diphtheria...................................................
Encephalitis, total acute infectious........................
Hepatitis, infectious and serum.............................
Leprosy .................................. .. ,,. ..........
Leptospirosis............................................

Malaria.......................................... .........
Measles....................................... ...........
Meningococcal infections ...................................
Pertussis (whooping cough)..................................
Poliomyelitis, Total.......................................
Paralytic...................................... ............
Nonparalytic............................................
Unspecified................................. ............

Psittacosis.. ..............................................
Rabies in Man.............................................
Rheumatic Fever, acute....................................
Salmonellosis, excluding typhoid fever......................
Scarlet Fever and streptococcal sore throat................
Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery)...........................

Tetanus................ ..... ......................
Trichinosis...............................................
Tuberculosis (newly reported active cases)3.................
Tularemia..................................................
Typhoid Fever..............................................

Typhus Fever, flea-borne (endemic, murine)...............
Typhus Fever, tick-borne (Rocky Mountain Spotted)...........
Venereal Diseases (newly reported cases)4.................
Syphilis.................................................
Gonorrhea................... .......... ........... ........
Other specified venereal diseases: chancroid............
granuloma inguinale and lymphogranuloma venereum.......

Rabies in Animals.........................................


2,850
14
5,162*
14
636

617
2,248
72,651
63
71

73
423,919
2,232
11,468
1,312
988
305
19

102
3
10,470
8,542
338,410
12,571

379
306
53,727
365
814

46
219

124,658
264,158

2,466

3,599


3,424
23
1,593
12
751

918
2,341
41,666
54
53

72
441,703
2,259
14,809
3,190
2,525
626
39

113
2
9,022
6,929
315,173
12,487

368
160
55,494
390
816

68
204

122,003
258,933

2,811

3,567


3,508
12

20
892

934
2,437
23,574
44
83

71
406,162
2,180
40,005
8,425
6,289
2,045
91

147
7
8,285
6,606
334,715
12,888

445
227
57,307
459
859

51
199

120,766
240,158

2,459

4,177


4,380
16
lot previous
6
924

918
2,587
16,294
39
55

85
763,094
2,581
32,148
5,787
3,697
1,941
149

158
5
6,889
6,363
264,097
11,861

445
176
63,000
587
1,043

71
243

113,894
232,513

2,343

4,787


1. Figures include Alaska from 1959; Hawaii from 1960. Both are excluded in prior years.
2. Figures for cases of rabies in man represent registered deaths, 1952 1960.
3. Figures are from the Tuberculosis Program, Public Health Service.
4. Figures are from the Venereal Disease Program, Public Health Service civilianh cases only).


5,031
26
reportable
28
983

1,211
2,135
14,922
36
47

132
486,799
2,691
28,295
5,485
2,499
2,826
160

278
5
6,427
6,693
226,973
9,822

447
178
66,437
601
1,231

113
240

123,758
214,496

2,433

4,542


-


3,689
38
nationally,...
17
1,300

1,568
2,624
19,234
52
44

234
611,936
-2,735
31,732
15,140
7,911
6,555
674

568
10
6,562
6,704
176,392
10,306

468
262
68,866
522
1,700

98
293

130,168
224,342

2,981

5,681


3,348
39

16
1,444

1,984
2,166
31,961
75
24

522
555,156
3,455
62,786
28,985
13,850
12,453
2,682

334
4
.......not
5,447
147,502
13,912

462
264
76,245
584
1,704

135
295

122,392
236,197

3,913

5,799


4,444
45
................


3,523
22

18
1,823

2,041
2,606
50,093
56
48

715
682,720
4,436
60,886
38,476
18,308
13,221
6,947

563
.13
previously
5,375
147,785
13,846

524
277
78,592
681
2,169

163
294

130,697
242,050

4,496

7,297


* Includes Meningitis, other for some states.
See Table 5, Page 8 for details.


4,280
47

18
2,537

2,960
1,912
17,428
57
62


18
2,032

2,355
1,935
33,700
60
42

1,310
449,146
5,077
37,129
35,592
15,648
12,144
7,800

169
12
reportable n
3,946
132,935
16,533

506
395
83,250
601
2,252

221
313

148,573
238,340

4,988

8,903


'1


".::':E: *"E:E:'** : ... "* ..


7,023
683,077
4,884
45,030
57,879
21,269
12,802
23,808

135
24
itionally.
2,596
113,677
23,197

484
367
85,607
668
2,341

205
327

167,762
244,957

5,889

8,445











TABLE 3. (A) DEATHS FROM SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1951 1960



(Figures for 1960 include Alaska and Hawaii; 1959 includes Alaska; neither are included in prior years. Numbers after cause of death are category

numbers of the Seventh Revision, International Classification of Diseases, 1955.)

CAUSE OF DEATH 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951

Amebiasis.............................................. 046 88 124 86 95 130 106 131 129 136 148
Anthrax................................................... 062 1 2 3 3
Botulism................................................. 049.1 12 15 4 11 14 18 14 17 14 31
Brucellosis.............................................. 044 6 12 8 8 9 10 15 18 23 34
Diphtheria.............................................. 055 69 72 74 81 103 150 145 156 217 302

Encephalitis, acute infectious........................... 082 528 570 537 465 424 398 407 386 471 429
Hepatitis, infectious................................... 092 938 897 897 897 806 841 821 821 794 675
Leprosy................................................. 060 6 6 3 3 6 5 4 7 4 3
Leptospirosis............................................ 072 14 11 11 9 8 10 14 17 12 13
Malaria................................................ 110 117 4 7 6 14 11 18 24 32 25 64

Measles................................................. 085 380 385 552 389 530 345 518 462 618 683
Meningitis, except meningococcal and tuberculous......... 340 2,316 2,208 2,247 2,025 1,933 1,873 1,829 2,059 1,918 1,881
Menigococcal infections .................................. 057 644 699 746 785 762 907 1,015 1,325 1,386 1,124
Pertussis (whooping cough)............................... 056 118 269 177 183 266 467 373 270 402 951
Plague................................................... 058 1 -

Poliomyelitis............................................ 080 230 454 255 221 566 1,043 1,368 1,450 3,145 1,551
Bulbar or polioencephalitis........................... 080.0 146 299 164 151 402 747 981 1,030 2,320 1,094
With other paralysis.................................. 080.1 14 24 21 13 38 53 65 60 95 59
Unspecified.......................................... 080.3 70 131 70 57 125 243 321 360 730 398

Psittacosis............................................. 096.2 1 3 3 3 3 3 4 5 1
Rabies................................................ 094 2 7 5 5 10 4 13 12 24 18
Rheumatic Fever, acute.................................. 400 402 734 795 806 900 1,033 1,131 1,297 1,523 1,583 1,648
Salmonellosis, including paratyphoid fever............... 041 042 82 72 65 60 62 62 48 72 42 31
Scarlet Fever and Streptococcal Sore Throat.............. 050 051 108 130 139 213 240 235 262 295 351 347

Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery)........................ 045 153 133 157 156 156 187 243 337 334 356
Tetanus .................................................. 061 231 283 303 279 246 265 332 337 360 394
Trichinosis .............................................. 128 3 3 4 4 5 4 1 7 10 10
Tuberculosis (all Forms)................................. 001 019 10,866 11,456 12,361 13,324 14,061 14,940 16,392 19,544 24,621 30,863

Tularemia ................................................ 059 3 7 6 3 4 9 4 7 8 9
Typhoid Fever ........................................... 040 21 22 23 34 54 34 45 52 78 83
Typhus Fever flea-borne (murine)....................... 101 2 -
Typhus Fever tick-borne (Rocky Mountain Spotted)....... 104 11 10 14 18 16 8 10 21 20 26

Venereal Diseases and Sequelae
Syphilis.............................................. 020 029 2,945 3,069 3,469 3,825 3,870 3,834 4,835 5,273 5,854 6,445
Gonorrhea............................................ 030 035 38 25 18 21 28 23 15 29 45 43
Other........................................ ..... 036 039 15 12 20 18 20 28 29 36 38 42


Source: National Vital Statistics Division, Vital Statistics of the United States. Vol. II, for respective year.













TABLE 3. (B) DEATHS FROM SELECTED NON-NOTIFIABLE ACUTE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1951 1960


DISEASE 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951
Abscess of Lung....................................... 521 604 614 652 601 595 500 505 537 526 566
Boil and carbuncle.................................... 690 120 156 117 99 58 43 44 43 45 34
Other local skin conditions (cellulitis and abscess)... 691 698 512 476 436 384 355 283 291 279 269 339
Chickenpox............................................ 087 126 141 146 113 116 88 120 132 101 94
Diarrhea of Newborn ................................... 764 463 492 531 516 527 547 700 697 773 687

Empyema and Pleurisy.................................. 518 519 456 468 424 450 416 429 433 410 425 385
Erysipelas............................................ 052 22 28 26 27 33 28 39 45 52 46
Fungal Infections
Actinomycosis....................................... 132 28 27 21 15 24 23 17 30 25 37
Coccidioidomycosis.................................. 133 55 48 50 53 54 62 78 85 60 68
Blastomycosis....................................... 134.0 15 13 24 28 27 19 24 23 27 28
Cryptococcosis...................................... 134.1 71 84 39 55 66 74 56 48 46 39
Histoplasmosis...................................... 134.2 80 63 73 77 67 53 59 55 51 34
Moniliasis.......................................... 134.3 108 101 93 82 105 87 75 77 82 70

Gastroenteritis and Colitis (Age 4 wks 2 yrs)........ 571.0 2,957 2,862 3,066 3,412 3,166 3,663 3,900 4,588 4,869 4,397
Herpes febrilis....................................... 096.0 12 26 26 13 13 7 14 9 13 9
Herpes Zoster......................................... 088 78 58 46 47 52 45 44 61 53 65
Hydatid disease....................................... 125 10 8 14 5 8 8 8 8 6 8
Infections of Ear and Mastoid... ...................... 390 394 389 399 434 404 387 474 459 472 471 494

Meningitis, excluding Meningococcal and Tuberculous.... 340 2,316 2,208 2,247 2,025 1,933 1,873 1,829 2,059 1,918 1,881
Mononucleosis, infectious.............................. 093 16 21 16 15 18 10 16 12 19 14
Mumps .................................................. 089 42 51 37 45 49 43 45 46 55 48
Pemphigus .............................................. 704 149 168 142 170 149 172 150 164 200 263
Pemphigus, neonatorum ................................. 766 30 23 26 23 22 27 33 27 21 25

Respiratory infections
Bronchitis, acute................................... 500 1,170 1,135 1,352 1,202 1,105 1,080 990 1,010 1,038 980
Influenza.......................................... 480 483 7,872 2,845 4,442 7,463 2,323 2,755 2,680 9,460 5,631 6,946
Pneumonia (primary cause of death)................... 490 493 58,931 52,194 52,997 53,538 44,780 41,755 38,311 42,778 40,634 41,223
Pneumonia of newborn ................................ 763 3,544 3,761 3,918 3,715 3,400 3,108 3,140 3,074 2,943 2,825
Upper respiratory infections, acute......... ........ 470 475 911 971 936 1,045 901 904 954 1,043 1,067 909

Sepsis of
Abortion........................................ ........ 651 191 179 159 169 136 159 170 177 191 189
Childbirth......................................... 680 681 76 58 50 54 48 43 56 52 81 94
Newborn............................................ 767 768 749 786 1,055 832 662 518 485 388 356 387
Septicemia and Pyemia.............................;.... 053 1,920 1,760 1,663 1,351 1,118 938 897 783 726 677

Viral diseases, undifferentiated ....................... 096.9 434 384 308 267 302 312 255 254 324 312
Worm Infestation..................................... 126 130 56 65 63 56 59 60 61 93 93 89


Source: National Vital Statistics Division,


Vital Statistics of the United States.


Vol. II, for respective year.


'Li



















TABLE 4. REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY MONTH: UNITED STATES, 1961




Month
not
DISEASE Total Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Stated

Amebiasis............................................ 2,850 231 240 273 234 207 239 176 270 235 249 233 255 8
Anthrax .............................................. 14 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 4 --
Aseptic Meningitis.................................. 5,162* 243 226 218 272 302 290 549 918 823 571 353 394 3
Botulism............... ............... ........... 14 1 4 4 1 3 1 -
Brucellosis undulantt fever)......................... 636 42 38 53 58 62 60 72 54 43 23 41 48 42

Diphtheria........................................... 617 93 55 44 35 43 25 28 35 50 61 65 83 -
Encephalitis, total acute infectious................. 2,248 137 120 188 177 189 193 183 231 257 193 140 149 91
Hepatitis, infectious and serum ...................... 72,651 6,703 7,524 8,253 7,861 6,851 5,089 4,752 4,836 4,912 4,791 5,024 6,002 53
Leprosy ............................................ .. 63 4 3 5 10 4 6 4 3 6 4 14 -
Leptospirosis....................................... 71 3 1 5 4 4 4 2 6 6 6 5 21 4

Malaria ............................................. 73 2 2 7 4 6 5 8 7 11 8 11 2 -
Measles.............................................. 423,919 35,517 46,885 68,282 71,579 81,224 56,474 19,406 6,804 3,107 5,252 11,114 18,200 75
Meningococcal infections.............................. 2,232 223 198 227 205 211 153 155 150 113 187 180 229 I
Pertussis (whooping cough)........................... 11,468 812 865 928 808 922 853 845 1,135 1,053 1,049 1,101 1,090 7

Poliomyelitis, Total................................. 1,312 32 24 30 35 46 64 130 261 302 197 98 93 -
Paralytic......................................... 988 26 19 23 27 36 48 89 195 219 146 80 80 -
Nonparalytic...................................... 305 4 5 6 7 10 15 39 62 80 48 17 12
Unspecified....................................... 19 2 1 1 1 2 4 3 3 1 1 -

Psittacosis.......................................... 102 7 5 10 3 8 18 3 7 3 4 7 27
Rabies in Man ........................................ 3 2 -
Rheumatic fever, acute .................... ......... 10,470 917 883 1,231 1,011 1,076 854 764 672 647 694 619 635 467
Salmonellosis, excluding typhoid fever.............. 8,542 500 657 576 616 644 634 788 1,066 694 754 838 774 1
Scarlet fever and streptococcal sore throat.......... 338,410 38,141 44,044 49,996 38,534 32,305 20,304 13.761 14,033 15,580 18,044 24,203 29,463 2

Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery)..................... 12,571 615 683 801 909 877 1,084 978 1,180 1,405 1,499 1,206 1, 3; 7
Tetanus.............................................. 379 26 25 22 23 29 32 36 34 45 35 31 41
Trichinosis.......................................... 306 72 53 28 49 16 6 11 17 17 16 12 9
Tularemia... ...................................... 365 25 12 23 18 22 23 41 46 41 18 24 71 1
Typhoid Fever...................................... 814 44 35 40 45 57 74 91 127 105 88 61 47

Typhus fever.........................................
Flea-borne (endemic-murine) ........................ 46 4 3 4 1 2 4 5 6 2 7 4 4
Tick-borne (Rocky Mountain spotted)................ 219 3 1 3 32 49 58 46 16 5 3 3

Rabies in Animals.................................. 3,599 220 289 363 418 319 288 327 279 276 271 264 277 8


* Includes Meningitis, other for some States.
See Table 5, page 8.


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TABLE 5. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES:
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, 1961

ENCEPHALITIS, INFECTIOUS, ACUTE
ASEPTIC ARTHROPOD-
AREA AMEBIASIS MENINGITIS BRUCELLOSIS DIPHTHERIA BORNE OTHER

UNITED STATES 2, 850 5, 162 636 617 79 2,169

NEW ENGLAND ........... 41 517 7 7 91

Maine ..................... 1 74* -- 9
New Hampshire........... 2 8* 3
Vermont................... 1 8* 1 1
Massachusetts ............. 3 302* 2 6 34
Rhode Island............... 9 72 20
Connecticut ................ 25 53* 4 1 24

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........ 1,032 756 17 19 476

New York.................. 858 556* 11 6 282
New Jersey ................ 133 137 2 100
Pennsylvania .............. 41 63 4 13 94

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 213 1,350 80 17 1 358

Ohio ....................... 13 147* 4 1 56
Indiana .................... 5 28 5 3 82
Illinois ...................... 110 655* 59 10 164
Michigan .................. 84 475* 9 3 51
Wisconsin ................. 1 45* 3 1 5

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 76 533 349 69 7 148

Minnesota ... I .......... 2 210 19 45 1 79
Iowa ..................... 14 176* 219 2 7
Missouri................. 17 13 1 2 1 14
North Dakota .............. 103 2 4 6
South Dakota .............. 5 18 .5 3
Nebraska .................. 32 11 14
Kansas.................... 43 26 58 2 28

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 223 425 51 152 29 196

Delaware ................. 3
Maryland ................. 26 91* 1 1 36
District of Columbia ...... 1 11 5 5
Virginia.................... 43 86 18 13 25
West Virginia ............. 22 5
North Carolina.......... 14 8 12 28
South Carolina ............ 3 27* 14 5 4
Georgia ................... 4 94* 14 64 17
Florida .................. 132 94 10 43 24 73

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 142 297 28 52 87

Kentucky .................. 19 75* 2 9 8
Tennessee ................ 23 37 13 2 18
Alabama .................. 47 39 2 27 6
Mississippi ............... 53 146* 11 14 55

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 259 281 57 271 24 118

Arkansas ................. 26 18 19 4 27
Louisiana................. 31 13 46 NN
Oklahoma ................. 101 18 11 9 22
Texas ..................... 101 245 14 212 24 69

MOUNTAIN................. 271 194 20 13 8 98

Montana................... 22* 3 3 6
Idaho ...................... 3
Wyoming.................. 2 4 2 3
Colorado................ 6 94* 3 4 2 52
New Mexico .............. 33 29 2 5 12
Arizona................... 227 21* 3 13
Utah...................... 1 22* 7 6 9
Nevada.................... 2 2 1 -

PACIFIC ................... 593 809 27 17 10 597

Washington ............... 3 96 3 8 51
Oregon.................... 40 83* 2 2 55
California ................ 549 630 20 2 10 486
Alaska .................... 1 5 4
Hawaii.................... 1 1 1

Puerto Rico ................ 4 97 58 -

Includes Meningitis, other.
NN: Not Notifiable.







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TABLE 5. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES:
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, 1961 Continued


HEPATITIS POLIOMYELITIS
(Infectious MENINGOCOCCAL
AREA and Serum) MEASLES INFECTIONS Total Paralytic Nonparalytic Unspecified
UNITED STATES 72,651 423,919 2,232 1,312 988 305 19

NEW ENGLAND ............ 2,491 42,993 145 55 44 10 1

Maine .................... 215 2,912 29 7 7
New Hampshire ........... 292 1,654 8 8 6 1 1
Vermont.................. 196 1,194 7 13 12 1
Massachusetts............. 1,055 22,635 61 21 15 6
Rhode Island................. 250 7,118 5 1 1
Connecticut ................ 483 7,480 35 5 3 2

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........ 9,461 83, 953 361 334 260 74

New York .................. 4,200 37,240 159 254 195 59
New Jersey................ 2,188 19,481 66 27 24 3
Pennsylvania .............. 3,073 27,232 136 53 41 12

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 14,821 112,153 543 159 126 33

Ohio ....................... 4,981 21,451 96 43 34 9
Indiana.................... 2,163 6,240 42 21 15 6
Illinois.................... 2,667 16,931 122 26 18 8
Michigan.................. 4,607 29,391 253 40 33 7
Wisconsin................. 403 38,140 30 29 26 3

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 7,089 14,828 116 69 43 25 1

Minnesota.................. 1,802 728 27 8 7 1 -
Iowa ....................... 1,988 5,531 10 18 10 8
Missouri .................. 1,503 4 800 29 27 18 9
North Dakota.............. 183 2,955 12 4 1 3
South Dakota .............. 193 153 7 4 2 1 1
Nebraska .................. 656 661 12 6 3 3 -
Kansas.................... 764 NN 19 2 2

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 9, 285 42,866 353 218 177 33 8

Delaware............... ...... 185 1,696 54 2 1 1
Maryland ................. 834 4,247 36 45 35 10
District of Columbia ...... 153 386 14 3 3
Virginia................... 1,558 12,388 44 14 14
West Virginia ............. 1,619 8,093 29 34 26 1 7
North Carolina ............ 2,206 5,095 68 19 9 10
South Carolina ............ 517 3,386 13 34 28 5 1
Georgia ................... 771 496 23 26 24 2
Florida ................... 1,442 7,079 72 41 37 4

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 10,751 31,312 163 112 84 28

Kentucky................... 3,188 11,293 49 28 21 7
Tennessee ................ 4,198 15,507 53 26 10 16
Alabama .................. 1,843 2,875 40 13 13
Mississippi ............... 1,522 1,637 21 45 40 5

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 5,075 19,119 170 160 96 64

Arkansas ................. 1,007 1,769 14 23 12 11
Louisiana................. 568 48 66 52 44 8
Oklahoma ................. 346 605 17 5 3 2
Texas ..................... 3,154 16,697 73 80 37 43

MOUNTAIN ................ 4,086 20,954 74 52 38 5 9

Montana ................... 351 2,484 3 1 2
Idaho ...................... 331 2,051 5 16 13 3
Wyoming.................. 162 493 10 1 1
Colorado................... 1,417 4,046 24 11 11-
New Mexico .............. 326 914 4 5 2 3
Arizona................... 706 8,570 15 7 6 1 -
Utah ...................... 652 1,711 2 8 4 4
Nevada.................... 141 685 14 1 1

PACIFIC ................... 9,592 55,741 307 153 120 33

Washington ............... 1,234 9,271 36 35 30 5
Oregon .................... 1,453 5,939 28 18 9 9
California ............ 6,412 39,201 236 94 75 19
Alaska.................... 426 1,111 -
Hawaii .................... 167 219 7 6 6

Puerto Rico ................ 1,059 1,937 17 7 7 -

NN: Not Notifiable






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TABLE 5. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES:
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, 1961 Continued


PERTUSSIS SALMONELLOSIS SCARLET FEVER SHIGELLOSIS
(whooping RHEUMATIC (excluding & STREPTOCOCCAL (Bacillary
AREA cough) FEVER, ACUTE S. typhosa) SORE THROAT dysentery) TETANUS
UNITED STATES 11,468 10,470 8,542 338,410 12,571 379

NEW ENGLAND ............ 942 123 629 18,684 163 9

Maine .................... 220 12 22 701 23 2
New Hampshire ............ 30 5* 9 780 1
Vermont .................. 71 14 655
Massachusetts............. 251 21* 465 6,030 108 2
Rhode Island............... 73 44 20 1,526
Connecticut................ 297 41* 99 8,992 32 4

MIDDLE ATI ANTIC:........ 2,099 162 1,145 26,357 634 27

New York ................. 1,053 629 16,555 339 15
New Jersey ................ .337 122* 70 4,964 34 1
Pennsylvania .............. 709 40* 446 4,838 261 11

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 1,841 6,286 1,049 33,847 1,471 59

Ohio....................... 124 2,159 298 7,721 606 22
Indiana.................... 100 95 50 5,743 38 9
Illinois.................... 677 1,936 274 5,645 266 12
Michigan .................. 639 1,975 296 8,347 370 9
Wisconsin................. 301 121 131 6,391 191 7

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 180 374 467 10,930 653 26

Minnesota ................. 28 106 207 1,298 211 8
Iowa ...................... 104 29 53 2,184 41 5
Missouri .................. 12 104 55 804 64 7
North Dakota .............. 12 91 36 3,835 38 1
South Dakota .............. 15 20 64 57 3
Nebraska.................. 9 40* 13 65 103
Kansas..................... 4 83 2,680 139 2

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 874 624 1,461 23,334 1,509 94

Delaware.................. 13 7 23 216 29
Maryland ................. 119 41 1,145 56 4
District of Columbia ...... 14 4 65 111 139 2
Virginia................... 86 164 6,231 181 6
West Virginia ............. 271 32 12 7,329 2 1
North Carolina ............ 118 144* 217 1,328 138 12
South Carolina ............ 29 155 5 1,059 8 1
Georgia ................... 12 14 321 204 502 33
Florida ................... 212 268 613 5,711 454 35

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 570 854 485 58, 589 456 54

Kentucky.................. 104 319 315 8,276 18 8
Tennessee ................ 362 277 89 47,226 219 10
Alabama .................. 64 241 55 773 162 15
Mississippi ............... 40 17 26 2,314 57 21

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 1,417 134 847 42, 165 4, 251 72

Arkansas ................. 33 16 72 270 141 12
Louisiana ................. 3 25 236 230 125 12
Oklahoma ................. 16 14 40 947 70 5
Texas ..................... 1,365 79 499 40,718 3,915 43

MOUNTAIN................... 896 1,384 507 65,934 568 4

Montana..................... 92 164 6 2,934 21
Idaho...................... 41 324 1 5,269 21
Wyoming.................. 20 358 1 2,028 1
Colorado.................. 146 208 109 21,881 223
New Mexico ............. 17 90 36 16,471 91
Arizona....... .......... 487 196 206 9,322 153 2
Utah ..................... 81 39 144 7,595 46 1
Nevada.................... 12 5 4 434 13

PACIFIC ................... 2,649 529 1,952 58,570 2,866 34

Washington ............... 344 321 228 16,665 96 2
Oregon.................... 369 62 143 2,256 44 4
California ................ 1,926 117 1,416 37,125 2,268 28
Alaska.................... 9 24 2 1,865 73
Hawaii .................... 1 5 163 659 385

Puerto Rico ................ 294 232 19 124

Primary diagnosis acute rheumatic fever, Crippled Children's Program, Children's Bureau, PHS.







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TABLE 5. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES.
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION. BY STATE, 1961 Continued

TYPHUS FEVER
Tick-borne
TYPHOID Flea-borne Rocky Mountain
AREA TRICHINOSIS TULAREMIA FEVER marinee) spotted fever)
UNITED STATES 306 365 814 46 219

NE\V ENGLAND ............ 45 24 1 2

Maine .................... 1
New Hampshire........... 3 1
Vermont..................- -
Massachusetts............ 6 15 1
Rhode Island............... 3 5 1
Connecticut................. 33 3

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........ 118 6 95 15

New York ................. 54 3 51 7
New Jersey ................ 17 16 2
Pennsylvania .............. 47 3 28 6

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 42 58 113 14

Ohio ....................... 18 2 49 4
Indiana .................... 6 15 27 6
Illinois .................... 9 39 28 4
Michigan ................. 8 7 -
\W sconsin ................. 1 2 2 -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 19 46 43 1 6

Minnesota ................. 1 1 5 2
Iowa ....................... 18 5
Missouri ..................- 27 24 1 1
North Dakota.............. ..
South Dakota .............. 1 3
Nebraska.................. 2 3 1
Kansas.................... 15 3 2

SOUTH ATLANTIC ........ 5 50 137 11 113

Delaware .................. 1 1 1
Maryland ................. 1 1 5 13
District of Columbia ...... 13 1
Virginia.................... 1 23 21 49
Wesi Virginia ............. 11 7
North Carolina ............ 1 10 23 3 34
South Carolina ............ 8 2
Georgia ................... 1 15 34 8 6
Florida .................. 1 21

EAST SOUTH CENTER AL ... 4 56 89 3 28

Kentucky.................. 2 19 3
Tennessee ................ 4 38 47 20
Alabama .................. 3 13 3 5
Mississippi .............. 13 10 -

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 12 93 157 23 17

Arkansas ................. 60 32 2 5
Louisiana ................. 11 10 26
Oklahoma ................. 10 15 8
Texas..................... 1 13 84 21 4

MOUNTAIN................. 3 45 63 21

Montana ................... 6 18 2
Idaho..................... 3 3
Wyoming.................. 18 3 5
Colorado.................. 1 3 8 8
New Mexico .............. 17 2
Arizona.................... 2 1 11
Utah ...................... 17 1
Nevada.................... 3

PACIFIC .................. 58 11 93 7 3

Washington ............... 7 -
Oregon..................... 26 7 2 3
California ................ 11 4 81 5
Alaska..................... 20 -
Hawaii .................... 1 3 2

Puerto Rico ................ 23 1





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TABLE 6. REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES OF LOW FREQUENCY: UNITED STATES. BY STATE, 1961




STATES WITH PSITTACOSIS-
REPORTED CASES ANTHRAX BOTULIISMN LEPROSY LEPTOSPIROSIS MALARIA ORNITHOSIS

UNITED STATES 14 14 63 71 73 102
NEW ENGLAND.........
Maine .................. 2 1 -
Massachusetts.......... 1 1 1 9 3
Connecticut. ............ .. 1 1 2


MIDDLE ATLANTIC......
New York.............. 1 8 4 5 6
New Jersey............. 1 1
Pennsylvania........... 5 1 4 6
EAST NORTH CENTRAL..
Ohio ................... 3 1 2
Illinois................. 1 7
Michigan ............... 1 2
Wisconsin.............. 18
WEST NORTH CENTRAL..
Minnesota.............. 1 2
Iowa ................... 22
South Dakota............ 1 1
Nebrasa.................. 2
Kansas................. 2 1

SOUTH ATLANTIC.......
Delaware ............... 1
Maryland. .............. 3
District of Columbia..... 1
Virginia ................ 4 1 1
West Virginia........... 1 1 1
North Carolina........... 1 1 5 1
South Carolina.......... 1 1 1
Georgia.......... ... ... 2
Florida................. 1 1 6

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL...
Kentucky ................ 3
Tennessee .............. 6 6
Alabama ................ 2-
Mississippi............. 2 4

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL...
Arkansas................ 1
Louisiana ............... 1 4 5 -
Texas ................. 14 3 1 23

MOUNTAIN .............
Idaho.................... 3 1
Wyoming............... 1
New Mexico............. 2
Arizona................. 1 3
Utah ................... 3

PACIFIC................
Washington .............. 8 3 2
Oregon ................. 2 2
California........... ... 19 4 14 10
Hawaii................. 12 4 2 -

Puerto Rico I 1 7-


TABLE 7. INCIDENCE


OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES REPORTED BY TERRITORY OF


Dengue
Hepatitis, infectious & serum
Leprosy
Malaria
Measles
Rheumatic fever, acute
Salmonellosis
Streptococcal Sore Throat and Scarlet Fever


GUAM, 1961





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TABLE 8. NEWLY REPORTED ACTIVE TUBERCULOSIS CASES:
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, BY AGE, 1961

65 and Age Not
AREA Total Under 5 5-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 Over Stated


UNITED STATES 53,727 2,345 2,399 4,554 16,053 17,525 10,129 722

NEW ENGLAND ............ 2,093 42 32 171 621 774 437 16
Maine ..................... 159 5 3 8 46 59 37 1
New Hampshire........... 86 1 3 5 22 31 19 5
Vermont ................... 83 2 5 4 11 36 25
Massachusetts............. 1,275 31 18 112 385 472 257
Rhode Island.............. 165 2 14 50 59 32 8
Connecticut ............... 325 3 1 28 107 117 67 2
MIDDLE ATLANTIC........ 11,572 508 420 956 3,544 3,894 2,057 193

New York .................. 6,182 269 234 598 2,004 1,967 1,015 95
New Jersey................. 1,658 93 60 125 574 546 249 11
Pennsylvania .............. 3,732 146 126 233 966 1,381 793 87

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 11,079 482 577 883 3,314 3,498 2,144 181

Ohio ...................... 2,503 181 175 185 718 729 500 15
Indiana .................... 1,152 9 24 90 310 377 290 52
Illinois .................... 4,021 49 70 331 1,384 1,401 714 72
Michigan .................. 2,690 243 256 223 748 763 433 24
Wisconsin ................. 713 52 54 154 228 207 18

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 2,342 56 61 161 625 833 579 27

Minnesota................. 474 13 14 31 112 187 116 1
lowa ...................... 165 2 3 9 45 64 41 1
Missouri .................. 1,092 7 12 60 294 388 319 12
North Dakota.............. 88 9 9 14 23 21 10 2
South Dakota .............. 123 10 13 28 26 27 19
Nebraska.................. 160 5 8 6 54 60 23 4
Kansas .................... 240 10 2 13 71 86 51 7

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 8,925 493 484 739 2,791 2,827 1,447 144

Delaware.................. 158 3 14 56 54 31
Maryland ................. 1,374 90 67 106 419 463 219 10
District of Columbia ...... 513 3 5 41 201 187 72 4
Virginia................... 1,833 180 217 121 432 475 328 80
West Virginia ............ 688 40 33 43 180 250 135 7
North Carolina............ 1,040 17 14 85 360 370 193 1
South Carolina ............. 692 15 16 78 261 206 113 3
Georgia ................... 1,268 85 84 137 415 368 162 17
Florida ................... 1,359 63 45 114 467 454 194 22

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 4,607 260 222 417 1,249 1,407 1,021 31
Kentucky.................. 1,257 21 35 124 387 398 292
Tennessee ................ 1,425 100 108 108 343 406 360
Alabama .................. 1,313 129 69 121 346 377 250 21
Mississippi ............... 612 10 10 64 173 226 119 10

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL... 4,854 262 260 470 1,402 1,501 880 79
Arkansas ................. 905 76 104 71 181 249 207 17
Louisiana ................ 1,055 76 41 78 295 363 175 27
Oklahoma ................. 465 7 3 40 117 167 131
Texas..................... 2,429 103 112 281 809 722 367 35

MOUNTAIN................. 1,702 108 150 142 449 528 290 35

Montana .................. 103 6 4 9 31 30 18 5
Idaho...................... 82 3 1 7 27 26 17 1
Wyoming .................. 40 3 3 1 10 13 6 4
Colorado................. 306 1 4 27 110 93 62 9
New Mexico ............... 329 40 73 34 50 77 48 7
Arizona................... 694 49 60 55 174 240 116
Utah ...................... 66 5 4 6 17 17 11 6
Nevada.................... 82* 1 1 3 30 32 12 3

PACIFIC ................... 6,553 134 193 615 2,058 2,263 1,274 16

Washington ............... 653 10 8 48 181 264 132 10
Oregon.................... 425 19 19 34 108 162 81 2
California ................ 4,916 87 113 456 1,571 1,702 986 1
Alaska.................... 255 8 37 54 95 41 18 2
Hawaii.................... 304 10 16 23 103 94 57 1


Puerto Rico ................ 1,812 216 225 279 455 400 215 22
Provisional







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TABLE 9. NEWLY REPORTED CASES OF VENEREAL DISEASES.
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE; AGE AND SEX (Civilian Cases Only), 1961


SYPHILIS
PRIMARY
AREA TOTAL SECONDARY GONORRHEA CHANCROID OTHER*


UNITED STATES

NEW ENGLAND ..........

M aine .....................
New Hamp-hir: ...........
Vermont..................
Massachusetts...........
Rhode Island...............
Connecticut...............

%'.I:DDLE ATI .NT I..........

New York .................
No r-':", ................
NPr cnn cl",' ................

EAST NORTH (CE T A .....

Ohio......................
Indiana ....................
Illinois ....................
M\n hii an .................
1c,0111;1nn .................

WEST NORTH CENTRAL...

Minnesota................
Iowa .......................
Missouri .................
North Dakota .............
South Dakota .............
Nebraska...............
Kansas...................

SOUTH ATLANTIC ........

Delaware.................
Maryland .............
District of Columbia .....
Virginia...................
West Virginia ............
North Carolina............
South Carolina ............
Georgia .................
Florida ...................

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL....

Kentucky .................
Tennessee ...............
Alabama .................
Mississippi ..............

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

Arkansas ................
Louisiana .................
Oklahoma ................
Texas....................

MOUNTAIN................

Montana..................
Idaho...... .............
Wyoming................
Colorado.................
New Mexico ..............
Arizona..................
Utah .....................
Nevada....................

PACIFIC ..................

Wa.hingcon ..............
Oregon ...................
California ................
Alaska...................
Hawaii....................

Puerto Rico ................


124,658

4,026

60
92
16
2,872
305
681

39,358

22,529
5,169
11,660

17,535

3,552
1,301
8,659
3,309
714

7,277

317
1,041
3,954
34
129
594
1,208

24,317

852
2,574
2,014
3,627
1,298
2,557
2,327
3,744
5,324

6,594

1,898
2,666
1,413
617

13,860

1,590
5,696
1,542
5,032

2,777

242
34
22
336
899
930
185
129

8,914

386
517
7,926
28
57

1,180


19,851

578

7
12
6
398
26
129

5,678

3,966
861
851

1,788

249
93
1,068
313
65

395

118
18
178
6
10
13
52

4, 954

33
532
620
381
51
551
619
1,049
1,118

1,241

186
426
485
144

3,302

285
1,422
95
1,500

241

3
9
2
28
53
125
6
15

1,674

87
37
1,542
4
4


264,158

4,778

164
72
107
2,468
158
1,809

34,341

23,277
4,306
6,758

49,954

9,750
3,005
26,435
9,505
1,259

16, 491

1,875
1,384
8,094
718
969
874
2,577

60,150

731
6,382
8,624
6,748
1,034
7,668
8,719
10,017
10,227

22,599

3,438
9,585
3,715
5,861

42,017

7,980
5,936
4,984
23,117

7,708

439
531
85
1,891
1,408
2,666
307
381

26,120

2,180
1,188
21,949
629
174

2,719


1,438

14


1,028

12




6

6

103

67
24
12

48

23
3
15
6
1

6

1



1

4

674

9
19
416
26
1
23
6
92
82

39

2
10
18
9

123

4
72
1
46

5





3
1

1

18

1

16

1


AGE DISTB IB' T ION _
S'phili-.
Primary &
Age Group Secondary Gonorrhea

0-9 35 1,615

10-14 210 2,567

15-19 3,215 52,131

20-24 5,575 90,686

25-29 4,092 53,539

30-34 2,819 30,046

35-39 1,705 16,726

40-44 988 8,412

45-49 568 4,051
50- 644 4,385

Total 19,851 264, 158

DISTRIBUTION by SEX by RACE
Syphilis Cases, Total
White Nonwhite

Male 32,201 37,586

Female 21,408 33,463


Total 53,609 71,049

S',ph ils, Primary & Secondary

Male 5,271 8,009

Female 1,257 5,314


Total 6,528 13,323

Gonorrhea
Male 49,844 140, 535

Female 19,342 54,437


Total 69,186 194,972




Figures are from the Venereal
Disease Program, CDC, Public
Health Service


*Granuloma inguinale and L ,mphogranuloma venereum







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TABLE 10. RABIES IN MAN AND ANIMALS
FROM REPORTS TO THE NATIONAL RABIES SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM, CDC-PHS
Human Rabies Cases in the United States, 1961

Locality Biting Incubation Duration of Date of
Age Sex Animal Period Illness Death

Kentucky 53 F Fox 52 days 7 days Jan. 6, 1961
California 76 M Dog 31 days 13 days Jan. 20, 1961
Kentucky 74 M Fox 39 days 5 days June 27, 1961

Rabies in Animals by Type of Animal State Report,
Reported Through Surveillance Program Notifiable
Diseases

Other Other Lab. Clin. Total
State Dogs Cattle Domestic Fox Skunk Bat Wild Conf. Diag. Cases


UNITED STATES 622 505 272 682 1,253 186 103 3,437 186 3,599


N.E. Mass. 1 1 1

M.A. N.Y. 4 22 13 25 11 14 3 92 92
N.J. 7 7 8
Pa. 2 1 2 8 1 14 14



E.N.C. Ohio 8 11 7 18 28 4 1 77 79
Ind. 66 12 8 21 2 109 109
Ill. 13 39 14 11 97 1 3 163 15 163
Mich. 12 6 6 54 2 80 80
Wisc. 4 5 6 1 7 2 1 25 1 26



W.N.C. Minn. 9 23 12 1 102 3 2 144 8 152
Iowa 10 71 38 4 222 2 2 349 349
Mo. 57 23 24 30 75 6 4 219 219
N.D. 2 8 9 16 2 37 37
S.D. 5 23 8 68 1 105 124
Nebr. 4 10 6 22 4 46 46
Kans. 1 6 7 7



S.A. Md. 2 3 5 5
Va. 8 26 7 145 1 3 190 191
W.Va. 26 10 11 67 1 115 115
N.C. 4 1 9 14 13
S.C. 5 5
Ga. 2 1 2 1 2 8 8
Fla. 5 8 1 2 7 451 68 68



E.S.C. Ky. 69 20 6 25 3 2 1 126 124
Tenn. 23 41 11 100 9 2 186 186
Ala. 39 3 3 16 2 1 64 65
Miss. 1 1 1



W.S.C. Ark. 41 81 13 107 1 1 2 92 154 246
La. 15 2 1 47 65 65
Okla. 1 6 2 9 1 1 20 20
Tex. 134 47 49 30 342 45 11 658 658


Mt. Colo. 1 1 1 3 5 11 9
N.M. 17 1 2 4 1 23 2 25
Ariz. 9 7 2 6 1 25 25
Utah 1 7 8 --



PAC. Wash. 5 5 --
Ore. 2 14 16 16
Cal. 20 13 3 3 174 34 6 253 253
Alaska 3 3 4 9 1


Puerto Rico 1 5 4 192 29 29

144 Racoon; 219 Mongooses








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TABLE 11. REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE, BY AGE, 1961
(A) DIPHTHERIA



AREA Under 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 45+ Age Unk Total
UNITED STATES 13 183 169 101 ...58... ...61... 19 13 617

NEW ENGLAND ............ 1 2 1 1 2 7

Maine .................... -
New Hampshire ............ -
Vermont ................... -
Massachusetts............. 1 2 1 1 1 6
Rhode Island............... -
Connecticut................ -- 1 1

MIDDLE ATLANTIC....... 1 8 3 1 1 ...... 19

New York .................. 2 1 1 ........ 6
New Jersey................ -
Pennsylvania .............. 1 6 2 1 2 1 13

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 4 5 3 3 2 17

Ohio................... ... 1 1
Indiana.................... 3 3
Illinois ................... 3 4 3 10
Michigan ............. 1 1 1 3
Wisconsin................. -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 13 13 9 4 4 4 11 11 69

Minnesota.................. 9 10 7 2 1 4 7 5 45
Iowa ....................... 1 1 2
Missouri .................. 1 2
North Dakota.............. 1 1 2 4
South Dakota .............. 3 1 1 5
Nebraska.................. 1 3 2 5 11
Kansas.................... -

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 1 65 38 24 ... 13... 7 1 3 152

Delaware .................. -
Maryland ................. -
District of Columbia ...... 4 1 5
Virginia ................... 8 2 1 2 13
West Virginia.............. -
North Carolina............ 1 5 2 2 1 1 12
South Carolina ............ 3 4 4 1 2 14
Georgia ................... 30 14 12 6 1 1 64
Florida ................. 18 12 5 ..... 3 1 43

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 19 10 13 3 2 2 1 2 52

Kentucky .................. 2 1 4 1 1 9
Tennessee ................ 2 -- 2
Alabama .................. 11 4 7 3 1 1 27
Mississippi ............... 4 5 2 1 1 1 14

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 12 76 92 43 10 10 14 7 5 2 271

Arkansas ................. 3 1 4
Louisiana ................. 17 17 5 2 2 3 46
Oklahoma ................. 1 2 4 1 1 9
Texas..................... 11 54 71 37 8 7 10 7 5 2 212

MOUNTAIN ................. 4 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 13

Montana................... 1 1 1 3
Idaho....................... -
Wyoming................. -
Colorado ................ 3 1 4
New Mexico .............. 1 1 1 1 1 5
Arizona................... -
Utah..................... -
Nevada......... ........ 1 1

PACIFIC ................... 1 2 4 1 1 4 4 17

Washington ......... ..... 1 3 1 3 8
Oregon .................... 1 2
California ................ 2
Alaska ................... 1 1 2 1 5
Hawaii ................... -

Puerto Rico ................ 3 28 15 2 2 3 2 2 1 58







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TABLE 11. REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE, BY AGE, 1961 Continued
(B) ENCEPHALITIS, TOTAL, ACUTE INFECTIOUS


AREA Under 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 45+ Age Unk Total


UNITED STATES

NEW ENGLAND ............

Maine ............... ....
New Hampshire............
Vermont...................
Massachusetts.............
Rhode Island..............
Connecticut............

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........

New York..................
New Jersey...............
Pennsylvania ..............

EAST NORTH CENTRAL....

Ohio.......................
Indiana ...................
Illinois....................
Michigan..................
Wisconsin................

WEST NORTH CENTRAL...

Minnesota.................
Iowa.......................
Missouri..................
North Dakota..............
South Dakota .............
Nebraska..................
Kansas....................

SOUTH ATLANTIC .........

Delaware...................
Maryland .................
District of Columbia ......
Virginia...................
West Virginia .............
North Carolina............
South Carolina ............
Georgia ...................
Florida ..................

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

Kentucky.................
Tennessee ................
Alabama ..................
Mississippi ..............

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

Arkansas ................
Louisiana ................
Oklahoma .................
Texas ....................

MOUNTAIN................

Montana..................
Idaho......................
Wyoming..................
Colorado..................
New Mexico ..............
Arizona...................
Utah.....................
Nevada...................

PACIFIC ..................

Washington ...............
Oregon....................
California ................
Alaska...................
Hawaii ...................


1


2
1
1

51

39
6
6



5
5
13


2
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1
8
7
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42
19
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12
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I 4


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7
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2

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2


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not available...........................................
not available.............................................
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282
100
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56
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Puerto Rico ................ I -


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18 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report



TABLE 11. REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE. BY AGE, 1961 Continued

(C) HEPATITIS
(infectious and serum)


AREA Under 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 45+ Age Unk Total


UNITED STATES

NEW ENGLAND ............

Maine ................ ...
New Hampshire............
Vermont ..................
Massachusetts............
Rhode Island...............
Connecticut...............

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ........

New York.................
New Jersey .............
Pennsylvania ..............

EAST NORTH CENTRAL....

Ohio.......................
Indiana ........ ...........
Illinois ......... ...........
Michigan .................
Wisconsin.................

WEST NORTH CENTRAL...

Minnesota.................
Iowa. .............. .....
Missouri ................
North Dakota..............
South Dakota ..............
Nebraska.................
Kansas...................

SOUTH ATLANTIC .........

Delaware.................
Maryland .................
District of Columbia ......
Virginia..................
West Virginia............
North Carolina...........
South Carolina ............
Georgia ..................
Florida ...................

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL....

Kentucky..................
Tennessee ................
Alabama ................
Mississippi ..............

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

Arkansas ................
Louisiana ................
Oklahoma ................
Texas....................

MOUNTAIN................

Montana..................
Idaho .....................
Wyoming...................
Colorado.................
New Mexico ..............
Arizona.................
Utah ......................
Nevada......... .........

PACIFIC ...................

Washington ..............
Oregon....................
California ................
Alaska...................
Hawaii....................


16

9
3
4



10
5
8
2




6

2
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5
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9
7

226

97
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72
122
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53
15
8
11
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416
5
40
10
56
81
95
16
32
81


102
198

66

323

42
37
18
226


48
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19
215
38
53

1,396

533
203
660



1,361
631
629
539
distribute



456
distribute
437
45
28
77
178

2,486
37
234
45
337
513
661
125
222
312

3,146

903
1,394
509
340

1,278

316
137
103
722


27
.on not av
41
206
52
81

1, 330

462
255
613



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505
532
413
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248
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330
35
28
62
165


2,088
33
186
30
306
414
620
97
184
218

2,720

758
1,173
469
320

946

248
120
72
506


27
Lilable..
21
120
32
56

1,042

466
211
365



437
218
246
199


26

19
123
29
47

1,000

484
254
262



315
158
216
240


30

29
169
38
87

1,785

781
493
511



539
278
390
441


23
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10
98
22
65

1,204

492
404
308



313
129
219
234


22

20
83
22
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502
329
257



223
132
209
162


2

32

8
21

374

374





515
35
96
2,279


lilable...........................................



144 110 277 133 143 212
ailable.............................................


...1,747...
25
89
10
158 1
138
316 1
55
83
... 315...

1,207 6&

300 1.
458 2
209 1
240 1

509 4:

125
64
38
282 2


30
29
47
104

920
27
97
21
189
116
183
24
74
189

887

194
364
146
183

642

102
75
28
437


7
14
30
53

501
23
61
15
109
81
67
19
24
102

377

70
162
72
73

302

51
33
13
205


40 74 57 21 22 36 20 11
17 47 54 32 32 54 30 23
3 28 25 19 18 23 11 17
...age distribution not available........................................
15 73 61 31 24 45 17 25
13 3 4 4 5 3 1
25 147 156 63 48 84 28 23
...,age distribution not available.....................................



41 151 162 105 97 203 89 113
52 243 282 146 138 239 137 143
309 1,010 840 639 804 1,194 664 634
....age distribution not available .....................................
5 13 | 12 18 111 8


4
34
335
28

578

15

149
104
19
146
57
88

817

619
10
115
73

349


21
31
297



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42
18

35
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78




268
72
300


72,651

2,491
215
292
196
1,055
250
483

9,461

4,200
2,188
3,073

14,821

4,981
2,163
2,667
4,607
403

7,089

1,802
1,988
1,503
183
193
656
764

9,285
185
834
153
1,558
1,619
2,206
517
771
1,442

10,751

3,188
4,198
1,843
1,522

5,075

1,007
568
346
3,154

4,086

351
331
162
1,417
326
706
652
141

9,592

1,234
1,453
6,412
426
67


Puerto Rico ................ 1 109 417 219 113 66 49 37 41 7 1,059







Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 19



TABLE 11. REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE, BY AGE, 1961 Continued

(D) MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTIONS


AR EA

UNITED STATES

NE\\ ENGLAND ............

M aine .....................
New Hampshire............
Vermont..................
Massachusetts ............
Rhode Island...............
Connecticut...............

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........

New York.................
New Jersey ...............
Pennsylvania .............

EAST NORTH CENTRAL....

Ohio .................... .
Indiana ...................
Illinois ....................
Michigan .................
\Wiscon;.in ..................

WEST NORTH CENTRAL ...

Minnesota.................
Iowa ......................
Missouri..................
North Dakota..............
South Dakota .............
Nebraska .................
Kansas...................

SOUTH ATLANTIC .........

Delaware.................
Maryland ..............
District of Columbia ......
Virginia...................
West Virginia .............
North Carolina ............
South Carolina ............
Georgia ..................
Florida ...................

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL....

Kentucky................
Tennessee ..............
Alabama ................
Mississippi ...............

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

Arkansas ...............
Louisiana.................
Oklahoma................
Texas .....................


MOU NTAIN...............

Montana.................
Idaho.....................
Wyoming.................
Colorado..................
New Mexico .............
Arizona..................
Utah .....................
Nevada...................

PACIFIC ..................

Washington .............
Oregon...................
California ...............
Alaska ... ...............
Ha,.ail ............. ... ... .


I-Inder 1 1 -4
4. .


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2
18
2
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.


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7
6
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6
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10
12

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11
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8
11
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29

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12
21

8

60

4
24
8
24


1

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2
6

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111

13
13
84

1


Puerto Rico ................ 4 6


10-11 1 5- 1q 20--4 25- -4 5- 44


I 1 1
not available................................
1 -
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1 3
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I







20 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report



TABLE 11. REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE, BY AGE, 1961 Continued

(E) PARALYTIC POLIOMYELITIS



AREA Under 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 45+ Age Unk Total

UNITED STATES 50 323 222 102 .. 108... 120 44 17 2 988

NEW ENGLAND ............ 8 20 5 1 3 6 1 44

Maine ..................... 2 2 1 1 1 7
New Hampshire............. 2 2 1 1 6
Vermont ................... 2 6 1 3 12
Massachusetts............. 1 9 1 1 3 15
Rhode Island............... -- 1 1
Connecticut ................ 1 1 1 3

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ........ 10 69 55 31 18 15 41 16 5 260

New York .................. 10 54 38 23 11 12 31 12 4 195
New Jersey ............... 7 4 2 4 1 4 1 1 24
Pennsylvania .............. 8 13 6 3 2 6 3 41

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 7 35 27 12 10 9 18 5 3 126

Ohio ....................... 2 10 6 4 2 2 3 2 3 34
Indiana .................... 1 4 4 1 1 4 15
Illinois ..................... 6 7 1 1 2 1 18
Michigan .................. 3 10 4 4 3 3 6 33
Wisconsin................. 1 5 .6 2 5 2 3 2 26

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 11 12 5 3 5 4 2 1 43

Minnesota ................. 2 2 1 1 1 7
Iowa.......... ............. 3 2 1 1 3 10
Missouri .................. 5 7 3 1 1 1 18
North Dakota .............. 1 1
South Dakota .............. 1 1 2
Nebraska .................. 1 2 3
Kansas .................... 1 1 2

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 9 70 43 26 ...10... 13 4 1 1 177

Delaware .................. 1 1
Maryland ................. 3 10 8 9 2 2 1 35
District of Columbia ...... 2 1 3
Virginia ................... 4 3 4 2 1 14
West Virginia............. 1 9 9 2 2 2 1 26
North Carolina............ 1 4 2 1 1 9
South Carolina ............ 2 8 10 4 1 2 1 28
Georgia ................... 1 15 4 2 1 1 24
Florida ................... 1 17 7 5 ...3... 3 1 37

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 12 35 19 4 4 3 5 2 84

Kentucky .................. 3 6 8 2 2 21
Tennessee ................ 2 3 2 1 1 1 10
Alabama .................. 2 6 3 2 13
Mississippi ............... 5 20 6 1 2 2 3 1 40

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 7 50 19 3 4 1 10 1 1 96

Arkansas ................. 4 3 1 2 2 12
Louisiana................. 4 27 7 2 1 3 -- 44
Oklahoma..... ............ 1 1 1 3
Texas..................... 3 18 8 2 4 1 1 37

MOUNTAIN ................. 11 6 3 3 2 10 2 1 38

Montana .................. 1 1
Idaho ...................... 2 2 1 7 1 13
Wyoming............. ..... .- 1 1
Colorado.................. 5 2 1 1 2 11
New Mexico .............. 1 1 2
Arizona ................... 2 2 1 1 6
Utah....................... 1 1 1 1 4
Nevada.................... -

PACIFIC ................... 5 34 21 13 9 8 13 11 6 120

Washington ............... 6 7 5 2 4 3 3 30
Oregon.................... 2 1 2 1 1 2 9
California ................ 3 23 13 5 6 4 10 7 4 75
Alaska................... -
Hawaii................... 2 3 1 6

Puerto Rico ................ 1 4 2 7








Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 21

TABLE 11. REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE, BY AGE, 1961 Continued
(F) TYPHOID FEVER



AREA Under 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 45+ Age Unk Total

UNITED STATES ... .... ... .. ... 814

NEW ENGLAND ............ 3 5 4 4 3 5 24

Maine ..................... 1 1
New Hampshire ........... -
Vermont ................... -
Massachusetts............. 3 5 3 2 1 1 15
*Rhode Island............... 1 1 1 2 5
Connecticut ............... 1 2 3

MIDDLE ATLANTIC....... 9 18 17 6 5 ...20... 19 1 95

New York .................. 4 10 10 3 2 ...1... 11 1 51
New Jersey ................ 3 3 1 1 3 2 3 16
Pennsylvania .............. 2 5 6 3 2 1 4 5 28

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 3 17 27 18 9 7 9 9 11 3 113

Ohio....................... 2 8 14 6 4 3 4 5 3 49
Indiana.................... 1 5 3 2 4 4 2 4 2 27
Illinois .................... 3 8 9 2 3 1 2 28
Michigan .................. 1 1 1 1 1 2 7
Wisconsin................. 1 1 2

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 3 7 5 4 4 6 4 7 3 43

Minnesota ................. 1 1 3 5
Iowa....................... 1 1 1 2 5
Missouri .................. 3 4 3 3 4 5 2 24
North Dakota .............. -
South Dakota .............. 1 -- 1 1 3
Nebraska .................. 2 1 3
Kansas.................... 2 1 3

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 1 23 23 21 ... 17... 11 16 20 5 137

Delaware.................. 1 -- 1
Maryland ................. 2 1 1 1 5
District of Columbia ..... 3 2 3 2 3 13
Virginia ................... 4 5 2 1 2 2 5 21
West Virginia .............. 1 2 2 2 1 14 2 11
North Carolina............ 3 4 4 3 1 3 4 1 23
South Carolina ............ 1 2 2 3 8
Georgia................... 8 7 7 2 2 5 3 34
Florida ................... 1 3 3 ... .. 3 1 6 2 21

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... ...14... 9 11 12 4 12 11 16 89

Kentucky .................. 1 1 3 3 2 2 4 3 19
Tennessee ................ 1 8 4 3 8 2 8 4 9 47
Alabama .................. ......1 3 1 2 2 2 13
Mississippi ............... 1 1 2 1 3 2 10

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 2 19 19 18 19 11 16 20 23 10 157

Arkansas ................. 3 5 3 3 1 5 5 7 32
Louisiana ................. 1 6 4 3 4 3 1 3 1 26
Oklahoma ................. 3 1 2 1 1 2 1 3 1 15
Texas ...................... 1 7 9 10 11 6 8 11 12 9 84

MOUNTAIN .................. ... .. ... 63

Montana................... 3 1 8 2 1 1 2 18
Idaho ...................... 1 1 1 3
Wyoming................. 2 -- 3
Colorado.................. 1 1 1 2 2 1 8
New Mexico .............. 1 3 6 2 2 1 2 17
Arizona................... 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 11
Utah ....................... -
Nevada ................... ......age distribution not available.......................... ..................... 3

PACIFIC ................... 13 13 11 9 16 11 6 14 93

Washington ............... 1 1 3 2 7
Oregon ................... .- 1 1 2
California ................ 11 13 11 7 13 11 6 9 81
Alaska..................... .
Hawaii..................... 1 2 3

Puerto Rico ................ 1 5 5 3 4 1 2 1 1 23






22 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report



TABLE 12. REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY MONTH, BY STATE, 1961

(A) HEPATITIS (infectious and serum)


AREA Total Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July A


ug Sept


Oct Nov Dec Mo Unk


Puerto Rico ................ 1,059 21 62 103 106 120 147 73


96 85


UNITED STATES 72,651 6,703 7,524 8,253 7,861 6,851 5,089 4,752 4,836 4,912 4,791 5,024 6,002 53

NEW ENGLAND ............ 2,491 235 241 202 160 213 150 151 203 224 248 218 246

Maine .................... 215 12 8 11 16 14 9 10 15 18 20 26 56
New Hampshire........... 292 26 35 16 18 28 5 33 32 37 28 26 8
Vermont................... 196 62 13 22 13 7 14 11 22 10 11 4 7
Massachusetts............ 1,055 66 74 73 47 73 69 58 97 110 135 124 129
Rhode Island............... 250 15 44 31 25 27 14 16 19 16 16 14 13
Connecticut ................ 483 54 67 49 41 64 39 23 18 33 38 24 33

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........ 9,461 1,054 1,219 1,170 925 860 709 508 556 597 600 600 663

New York ................ 4,200 386 481 568 383 394 362 237 258 278 308 267 278
New Jersey............... 2,188 249 334 260 202 226 131 109 122 124 126 144 161
Pennsylvania ............. 3,073 419 404 342 340 240 216 162 176 195 166 189 224

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 14,821 1,304 1,446 1,564 1,660 1,534 1,021 945 97 870 959 1,096 1,432 53

Ohio ...................... 4,981 586 594 503 563 420 250 244 282 284 294 361 547 53
Indiana.................... 2,163 123 233 302 340 245 149 133 86 115 99 110 228
Illinois.................... 2,667 186 246 264 232 331 187 154 209 192 216 210 240
Michigan.................. 4,607 378 327 452 495 495 419 389 335 254 326 360 377
Wisconsin................. 403 31 46 43 30 43 16 25 25 25 24 55 40

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 7,089 596 775 846 945 656 497 474 346 360 420 485 689

Minnesota................. 1,802 128 216 197 161 162 122 82 60 75 124 220 255
Iowa ...................... 1,988 94 195 219 370 229 123 159 96 139 120 96 148
Missouri .................. 1,503 162 146 208 212 128 99 122 85 74 62 69 136
North Dakota.............. 183 21 15 13 15 15 13 10 5 5 23 10 38
South Dakota .............. 193 37 42 14 16 5 3 3 10 11 38 9 5
Nebraska.................. 656 54 72 102 84 54 82 46 43 31 20 37 31 -
Kansas.................... 764 100 89 93 87 63 55 52 47 25 33 44 76 -

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 9,285 776 888 1,019 1,021 804 704 726 597 672 684 683 711

Delaware.................. 185 21 18 21 41 15 13 13 12 15 7 5 4 -
Maryland ................. 834 82 84 85 82 74 73 85 39 34 45 49 102
District of Columbia ...... 153 7 9 13 11 9 11 13 9 26 13 10 22 -
Virginia.................. 1,558 91 88 115 157 180 118 199 97 96 139 132 146
West Virginia ............. 1,619 147 212 216 266 131 88 74 90 107 62 120 106
North Carolina............ 2,206 192 217 257 199 142 118 135 156 191 236 186 177
South Carolina ............ 517 91 43 35 55 41 20 18 18 46 43 60 47
Georgia ................... 771 74 110 146 71 76 47 56 31 41 43 41 35
Florida ................... 1,442 71 107 131 139 136 216 133 145 116 96 80 72 -

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 10,751 1, 156 1, 264 1,364 1, 209 961 664 602 563 810 663 677 818

Kentucky................. 3,188 422 363 403 237 364 198 183 158 222 174 224 240 -
Tennessee ................ 4,198 493 534 503 573 336 224 223 206 298 224 256 328
Alabama .................. 1,843 183 206 194 225 139 160 136 123 126 125 84 142 -
Mississippi .............. 1,522 58 161 264 174 122 82 60 76 164 140 113 108 -

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL... 5,075 364 537 612 644 541 419 329 316 406 306 270 331

Arkansas ................ 1,007 65 117 135 129 109 43 67 82 73 57 68 62 -
Louisiana................. 568 24 42 76 62 72 49 48 36 42 49 37 31 -
Oklahoma ................. 346 37 51 18 56 45 25 11 20 23 22 19 19 -
Texas ................... 3,154 238 327 383 397 315 302 203 178 268 178 146 219 -

MOUNTAIN ............... 4,086 428 452 490 520 444 280 275 204 220 231 226 316

Montana .................. 351 54 66 28 55 25 25 17 13 16 9 15 28
Idaho..................... 331 36 19 27 24 37 31 37 25 16 24 24 31
Wyoming.................. 162 5 7 37 37 2 14 14 13 7 14 6 6 -
Colorado................. 1,417 177 167 165 175 192 83 70 71 75 74 82 86
New Mexico .............. 326 31 41 36 36 26 25 27 21 23 23 23 14
Arizona................... 706 41 39 81 113 74 56 61 14 47 66 30 84
Utah ...................... 652 70 99 101 65 73 38 39 31 27 17 34 58
Nevada.................... 141 14 14 15 15 15 8 10 16 9 4 12 9

PACIFIC ................... 9,592 790 "02 986 777 838 645 742 1,114 753 680 769 796

Washington ............... 1,234 89 118 142 107 103 58 63 88 114 76 107 169
Oregon................... 1,453 155 117 138 145 102 105 107 102 139 118 105 120
California ................ 6,412 516 433 636 513 608 471 545 802 454 436 513 485 -
Alaska.................... 426 21 32 63 11 15 7 20 115 39 44 40 19
Hawaii.................... 67 9 2 7 1 10 4 7 7 7 6 4 3


71 75 100 -






Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 23



TABLE 12. REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY MONTH, BY STATE, 1961 Continued

(B) TYPHOID FEVER



AREA Total Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Mo Unk
UNITED STATES 814 44 35 40 45 57 74 91 127 105 88 61 47

NEW ENGLAND ............ 24 1 2 3 3 9 1 3 2

Maine ..................... 1 1 -
New Hampshire............ -
Vermont................... -
Massachusetts............. 15 1 2 8 1 2 1
Rhode Island.... .......... 5 1 1 1 1 i
Connecticut ............... 3 3 -

MIDDLE ATLANTIC....... 95 2 3 2 5 10 14 12 8 11 14 11 3

New York.................. 51 1 1 1 2 5 8 5 1 8 9 8 2
New Jersey................ 16 1 3 2 4 3 1 2
Pennsylvania .............. 28 1 1 1 3 2 4 3 4 2 3 3 1 -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 113 3 2 4 10 6 11 8 21 10 13 15 10

Ohio...................... 49 1 2 2 1 3 4 4 6 3 7 13 3 -
Indiana.................... 27 1 1 4 1 8 3 2 1 6 -
Illinois.................... 28 1 2 8 2 3 2 5 1 3 1 -
Michigan .................. 7 1 1 1 2 1 1 -
Wisconsin................. 2 1 1 -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .. 43 2 5 3 3 4 3 4 4 6 1 3 5

Minnesota ................. 5 3 1 1 -
Iowa ....................... 5 1 1 1 1 -
Missouri .................. 24 2 1 1 1 3 1 2 3 4 1 1 4
North Dakota..............
South Dakota .............. 3 2 -
Nebraska .................. 3 1 1 -
Kansas.................... 3 1 1 -

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 137 11 2 11 5 10 9 15 20 21 14 13 6

Delaware.................. 1 1 -
Maryland ................. 5 1 1 1 1 1
District of Columbia ...... 13 2 4 3 1 2 1 -
Virginia................... 21 1 1 7 7 4 1 -
West Virginia ............. 11 1 3 2 3 1 1 -
North Carolina............ 23 4 1 1 2 6 3 2 3 1 -
South Carolina ............ 8 1 1 1 2 3 -
Georgia ................... 34 4 1 4 2 1 5 2 2 6 3 2 2
Florida ................... 21 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 7 2 -

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 89 4 8 5 5 6 3 9 7 12 14 4 12

Kentucky .................. 19 1 1 2 2 1 1 5 5 1
Tennessee ................ 47 1 7 3 5 4 1 5 6 5 6 3 1
Alabama .................. 13 2 1 3 1 3 3
Mississippi ............... 10 1 1 8

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 157 3 6 10 7 9 20 30 26 20 11 7 8

Arkansas ................. 32 2 1 1 3 4 7 5 5 2 2
Louisiana ................. 26 1 2 1 1 1 6 5 4 3 1 1
Oklahoma................. 15 1 1 1 2 4 2 1 2
Texas.................... 84 1 3 7 5 6 14 16 12 10 3 4 3

MOUNTAIN.................. 63 5 2 2 2 6 6 5 19 6 7 3

Montana................... 8 1 2 2 9 2 2 -
Idaho ..................... 3 3 2 -
Wyoming.................. 3 1 2 -
Colorado.................. 8 3 1 1 1 1 1 -
New Mexico ............... 17 1 2 1 1 1 4 4 2 1
Arizona................... 11 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2
Utah ...................... -
Nevada.................... 3 1 2 -

PACIFIC ................... 93 14 6 1 5 6 8 5 13 18 11 5 1

Washington ............... 7 1 1 1 3 1 -
Oregon .................... 2 1
California ................ 81 13 6 1 4 5 8 2 12 17 9 4
Alaska.................... -
Hawaii .................... 3 2 1

Puerto Rico ................ 23 4 2 1 3 1 2 4 2 2 2








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TABLE 13. ACUTE DISEASES OPTIONALLY REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, BY STATE, 1961


ANKLYO- CONJUNCTI-
ACTINO- ANIMAL STOMIASIS COCCIDIOIDO- VITIS, IN- DERMATOPHYTOSIS
AREA MYCOSIS BITES (Hookworm) CHICKENPOX MYCOSIS FECTIOUS (Ringworm)



NEW ENGLAND ............

Maine ..................... 2,302 52
New Hampshire ............- 659 -
Vermont ................... 1,725 -
Massachusetts.............. 14,799 14,892 -
Rhode Island............... 1,476 -
Connecticut............... 1 83 10,257 49 138

MIDDLE ATLANTIC .......

New York .................. 20,829 -
New Jersey.............- -
Pennsylvania .............. 13,846 271 -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL....

Ohio ....................... 3 12,962 -
Indiana.................... 1 6,966 1 5,159 -
Illinois .................... 24,608 14,611 136
Michigan .................. 1 21,714 15,778 467 2,053
Wisconsin ................. 38,339 153

WEST NORTH CENTRAL ...

Minnesota ................- 5 94 4 19
Iowa ....................... 3 5,549 -
Missouri ..................- 1 1,572 1 340
North Dakota .............. 2,597
South Dakota .............. 81 -
Nebraska.................. 68
Kansas .................... 143

SOUTH ATLANTIC .........

Delaware.................. 612 -
Maryland .................- 1,634 -
District of Columbia ...... 354 -
Virginia.................... -
West Virginia .......;..... 763 8 2,426 95
North Carolina............ -
South Carolina ............ -
Georgia .................. 6,680 6 -
Florida .................. 2,704 3,894

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL....

Kentucky.................. 91 4,091 631
Tennessee ................- -
Alabama ..................1 1,208 -
Mississippi .............. 1,385 904 -

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

Arkansas .............. .. 1,209 12 709 1 -
Louisiana ................. -
Oklahoma .............. -
Texas .................... -

MOUNTAIN...............

Montana................... 2,001 50
Idaho.............. ....... 776 -
Wyoming .................. 1 85 -
Colorado..................- 95
New Mexico .............. 673 1 1
Arizona....... .......... 1 7 4,748 795 68 1,606
Utah ......................- 1,277 97
Nevada... ............... 384 -

PACIFIC ..................

Washington ............... 14,981 -
Oregon.................... 37 2 83 81
California ................ 211 -
Alaska.................... 732 127
Hawaii............... .... 3 1,702 22

Puerto Rico ..................- 710 90







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TABLE 13. ACUTE DISEASES OPTIONALLY REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, BY STATE, 1961 Continued


DIARRHEA GASTRO-ENTERITIS,
OF ERYSI- FOOD POISONING, HISTO- INTESTINAL
AREA NEWBORN PEAS DYSENTERY, UNSP. PLASMOSIS IMPETIGO PARASITES


NEW ENGLAND ............

Maine ..................... 16 221 192
New Hampshire............ -
Vermont ...................--
Massachusetts............... -
Rhode Island............... 1 -
Connecticut................ 17 25 -

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ........

New York ................. 112 935 1
New Jersey ................ 2 3
Pennsylvania .............. 3

EAST NORTH CENTRAL....

Ohio ...................... 57 4 10 10
Indiana .................... 23 25 -
Illinois ................... 58 1,187 15 10
Michigan .................. 484 35 1,709
Wisconsin................. 1 3 24 -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL...

Minnesota.................. 24 5 772 5 9
Iowa ..................... 38 -
Missouri ................ 3 3 7 -
North Dakota .............. 30 -
South Dakota ................
Nebraska................... -
Kansas .................... 6 3 10

SOUTH ATLANTIC .........

Delaware ................. .
Maryland ................. 1 2
District of Columbia ... 1
Virginia.................... 7
West Virginia .......... 32 g
North Carolina............ 276 .
South Carolina ............ .
Georgia ...................
Florida ................... 155 5 190 1 336

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL....

Kentucky .................. 2 1,755 13 1
Tennessee ................ -
Alabama .................. 10
Mississippi ............... 42 53 369

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

Arkansas ................. 32 7
Louisiana........ ..... 1 -
Oklahoma ................. -
Texas .....................-

MOUNTAIN...............

Montana .................. -
Idaho ..................... 4 -
Wyoming .................. -
Colorado .................. -
New Mexico .............. 13,028 1 -
Arizona ................... 3 3,793 4,119 -
Utah ..................... 29
Nevada .................... 14

PACIFIC .................

Washington ............... 2 -
Oregon ................... 1 8 56 1 5
California .............. 47 2,650 -
Alaska....................- 2 493 548
Hawaii .................... 2 1,456 -

Puerto Rico ................ -








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RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS R A
RUBEIJA
MONONUCLEOSIS, INFLUENZA, (German VINCENT'S
AREA INFECTIOUS MUMPS Q-FEVER OTHER UPPER PNEUMONIA MeasleS) ANGINA

NEW ENGLAND ............

Maine ..................... 40 2,739 71 523 1,436 -
New Hampshire ............ 1 450 217 3
Vermont............. ...... 129 1,600 -
Massachusetts .......... 12,009 6,443 -
Rhode Island............... 37 996 313 2
Connecticut................ 641 6,460 2 243 1,088 2,748 -

MIDDLE ATLANTIC .......

New York .................. 4,694 4,465
New Jersey ................ 142 4,345
Pennsylvania .............. 366 -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL....

Ohio ....................... 55 9,620 1,607 7
Indiana.................... 249 5,363 1,371
Illinois.................... 11,234 3,438
Michigan .................. 293 17,206 622 1,224
Wisconsin ................. 15,591 9 120 5,418

WEST NORTH CENTRAL ...

Minnesota ................. 942 339 26 1 4
Iowa....................... 50 4,621 482 -
Missouri .................. 23 1,171 964 2 3
North Dakota .............. 2,009 -
South Dakota .............. 5 -
Nebraska.................. 120 -
Kansas.................... 2

SOUTH ATLANTIC .........

Delaware.................. 2 347 276 -
Maryland ................. 9 746 391 -
District of Columbia ...... 6 81 8 879 50 -
Virginia................... -
West Virginia ............. 97 2,435 23,460 748 -
North Carolina ............- -
South Carolina ............- -
Georgia ...................- 34
Florida ................... 4,007 4,176 732 1

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL....

Kentucky.................. 109 4,062 2,034 8
Tennessee ................ 1 48,037 -
Alabama ................- 435 60 -
Mississippi ............... 109 635 2 -

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

Arkansas ................. 43 769 168 -
Lbuisiana ................. -
Oklahoma .................- -
Texas.....................- -

MOUNTAIN ...............

Montana................... 747 -
Idaho ..................... 67 497 22 -87 9
Wyoming................. 19 165 -
Colorado..................- 3,106 7,645 1,803
New Mexico ............. 3 161 19,216 1,159 41 -
Arizona................... 203 4,270 24,516 1,072 1,751 -
Utah ...................... 9 1,000 3 4,517 1 110 -
Nevada.................... 1 274 183 70 -

PACIFIC .................

Washington ............... 29 14,692 3,176 6
Oregon................... 1 32,956 2,246 2,298
California ................- 23,177 29 -
Alaska.................... 32 1,994 13,170 685 89 15
Hawaii.................... 720 784 371 50 -

Puerto Rico ................- 266 1,965 -










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TABLE 14. OTHER DISEASES OPTIONALLY REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, 1961
(Diseases Reported by Six States or Less)


Adenovirus infection
Blastomycosis

Brill's disease
Cat scratch fever
Coccidiosis

Colorado tick fever

Coxsackie infection (excl. meningitis)
Cryptococcosis
ECHO infection (excl. meningitis)
Erythema, infectiosum

Keratoconjunctivitis

Listeriosis
Lymphocytic choriomeningitis

Opthalmia neonatorum
Otitis media

Pediculosis
Pemphigus neonatorum
Pleurodynia
Puerperal infection
Rat bite fever

Relapsing fever, tick-borne
Rickettsialpox
Roseola infantum
Sarcoidosis
Scabies

Schistosomiasis
Staphylococcal infection

Toxoplasmosis
Trachoma

Urethritis, nonspecific
Vaccinia


Minn. 10
Ark. 5, Ill. 1, Md. 1, Minn. 1,
Miss. 6, Va. 2
Pa. 3
Colo. 3, Ore. 1, Va. 5
N.M. 1

Colo. 170, Ida. 2, Nev. 1,
Ore. 14, Utah 3, Wyo. 13
Minn. 13, Mont. 18
Ill. 5, Kans. 1, Va. 3
Minn. 10
Minn. 3

Alaska "l. Ind. 112, Mich. 33
Minn. 2, N.Y. 5
Pa. 2
Ariz. 1, D.C. 1, Ind. 12,
Miss. 2, Ore. 11, Pa. 3
Ill. 2, N.J. 4, Pa. 3
Alaska 4428

Me. 16, Mich. 66
Ariz. 2
Kans. 4
Ariz. 2, Conn. 1
D.C. 1, Ind. 1

Calif. 8, Tex. 1
N.Y. 3, Utah 1
N.M. 12
Minn. 1
Colo. 12, Me. 11, Mich. 74

N.Y. 340
Alaska 354, D.C. 2, 111. 745,
Ore. 61, Wash. 3949
Minn. 2
Ariz. 1204, Calif. 25, Colo. 3,
Nev. 111, Ore. 20
N.Y. 1311
Md. 3


Puerto Rico 678


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