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Morbidity and Mortality



PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

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

PfepOred by lthe C D CN MEIrose 4-5131


October 30, 1961 Atln a. .,j Vol. 9, No. 53

ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT

Reported Incidence of Notifiable Diseases in the United States, 1960

This supplement contains final figures on the reported The graphs below show the numbers of cases of these dis-
incidenceof notifiable diseases in 1960 basedon summaries eases for the past ten and nine years, respectively. (Na-
submitted by the individual tes of the United Staes. tional reporting of hepatitis did not begin until 1952).
The to oustan in the trend of these Succeeding tables in this supplement present the data
diseases were tl e e r of poliomyelitis for the notifiable diseases in a variety of tables as de-
cases and the s -e hepatitis cases. scribed in the Index of Tables on page 2.

Ss16,3561 g REPORTED POLIOMYELITIS CASES
15o000 pr lr UNITED STATES, 1951-1960
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12000

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INDEX OF TABLES
Page

Table 1. Diseases Covered by International Quarantine Agreement 3

Table 2. Reported Cases of Specified Notifiable Diseases:
United States, 1951 1960 4

Table 3. (A) Deaths from Specified Notifiable Diseases:
United States, 1950 1959 5

(B) Deaths from Selected Non-Notifiable Acute Diseases:
United States, 1950 1959 6

Table 4. Reported Cases of Notifiable Diseases by Month:
United States, 1960 7

Table 5. Reported Cases of Specified Notifiable Diseases:
United States by State, 1960 8 11

Table 6. Newly Reported Active Tuberculosis Cases by State,
by Age, 1960 12

Table 7. Reported Cases of Venereal Diseases in the United States,
1960 (Newly Reported Civilian Cases) 13

Table 8. Reported Cases of Specified Notifiable Diseases by State
by Age, 1960

(A) Diphtheria 14

(B) Encephalitis, Total, Acute Infectious (includes post-
infectious and reported arthropod-borne encephalitis) 15

(C) Hepatitis (infectious and serum) 16

(D) Meningococcal Infections 17

(E) Poliomyelitis, Total and Paralytic 18 20

(F) Typhoid Fever 21

Table 9. Acute Diseases Optionally Reported to the Public Health
Service, 1960 22 23

Table 10. Other Diseases Optionally Reported to the Public Health
Service, 1960 (Diseases reported by six States or less) 24


EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS USED IN TABLES

Data not available--------------------- *

Quantity zero-------------------------








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Table 1. DISEASES COVERED BY INTERNATIONAL QUARANTINE AGREEMENT


Incidence in the United States in 1960


Cholera 0

Plague 2

Relapsing fever, louse-borne 0

Smallpox 0

Typhus, louse-borne (epidemic) 0

Yellow Fever 0




Plague Cases


Date and Place Acquired

February, New Mexico
February, New Mexico


Age and Sex

23 year Male
24 year Male


Outcome

Recovered
Recovered













Table 2. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1951 1960


DISEASE 19601 19591 1958 1957 1 56 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951


Amebiasis ..............................................
Anthrax.................................................
Aseptic M meningitis ........................................
Botulism................................................ .
Brucellosis undulantt fever)..............................

Diphtheria .................................................
Encephalitis, acute infectious...........................
Hepatitis, infectious and serum ............................
Lepros ............................................. ....
Leptospirosis ........................ .............

Malaria .............................................
Measles.................................................
Meningococcal infections..................................
Meningitis, other .........................................
Pertussis (whooping cough)................................

Plague ............. ....................................
Poliomyelits, Total .................... ...............
Para ly ic ................ ..........................
Nonparalytic .................. ...... ...............
Unspecified .............................................

Psittacosis ............. .............................*
Rabies in M an 2............................................
Rheumatic Fever, acute ............. .................
Salmonellosts, excluding typhoid fever....................
Scarlet Fever and streptococca 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)................
Syphilis............................................. ..
Gonorrhea ...............................................
Other specified venereal diseases- chancroid ...........
granuloma Ingunale and lymphogranuloma '.enereum .

Rabies in Anim als6 .......................................


3,424
23
1,593
12
751

918
2,341
41,666
54
53

72
441,703
2,259
3,724
14,809

2
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

3,561


3,508
12
.......not
20
892

934
2,437
23,574
44
83


71
406,162
2,180
5,638
40,005

4
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
: previously
6
924

918
2,587
16,294
39
55

85
763,094
2,581
5,149
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


5,031
26
reportable
28
983

1,211
2,135
14,922
36
47

132
486,799
2,691
4,071
28,295

1
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
2,554
31,732

1
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
.........nc
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


3,523
22

18
1,823

2,041
2,606
50,093
56
48

715
682,720
4,436
it previous
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


4,444
45

18
2,032

2,355
1,935
33,700
60
42

1,310
449,146
5,077
y reportable
37,129


35,592
15,648
12,144
7,800

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

506
395
83,250
601
2,252
221
313

148,573
238,340
4,988


8,903


4,280
47

18
2,537

2,960
1,912
17,428
57
62

7,023
683,077
4,884
e nationally...
45,030


57,879
21,269
12,802
23,808

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

484
367
85,607
668
2,341
205
327

167,762
244,957
5,889

8,445


Figures Include Alaska and Hawaii in 1960; Alaska from 1959 on. Both are excluded in prior years.
2. Figures for cases of rabies in man represent registered deaths, 1951 1959.
3. Figures are from the Tuberculosis Program, Public Health Service.
4. Status of new cases in 1951 not available.
5. Figures are from the Venereal Disease Program, Public Health Service (civilian cases only).
6. Figures for rabies in animals in 1951 are from Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture.


3,550
60

33
3,139

3,983
1,123

57
9

5,600
530,118
4,164

68,687

1
28,386
10,037
5,470
12,879

25
18

1,773
84,151
32,215

506
393
4/
702
2,128
378
347

174,924
254,470
6,885


8,008


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Table 3. (A) DEATHS FROM SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1950 1959


(Figures for 1959 include Alaska, but excluded for prior years. Numbers after cause of death are category numbers of the Seventh Revision,
International Classification of Diseases, 1955.)


CAUSE OF DEATH 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Amebiasis ............................................. 046 124 86 95 130 106 131 129 136 148 136
Anthrax ................................................ 062 1 2 3 3 5
otulism............................................... 049.1 15 4 11 14 18 14 17 14 31 16
Brucellosis ............................................. 044 12 8 8 9 10 15 18 23 34 36
Diphtheria .............................................. 055 72 74 81 103 150 145 156 217 302 410

Encephalitis, acute infectious ............................ 082 570 537 465 424 398 407 386 471 429 394
Hepatitis, infectious .................................... 092 897 897 897 806 841 821 821 794 675 552
Leprosy ............................................... 060 6 3 3 6 5 4 7 4 3 3
Leptospirosis ........................................... 072 11 11 9 8 10 14 17 12 13 16
Malaria ................................................ 110- 117 7 6 14 11 18 24 32 25 64 76
Measles............................................... 085 385 552 389 530 345 518 462 618 683 468
Meningitis, except meningococcal and tuberculous ....... 340 2,208 2,247 2,025 1,933 1,873 1,829 2,059 1,918 1,881 1,839
Menigococcal infections.................................. 057 699 746 785 762 907 1,015 1,325 1,386 1,124 974
Pertussis (whooping cough)................ .............. 056 269 177 183 266 467 373 270 402 951 1,118
Plague ................................................... 058 1 -- -
Poliomyelitis ........................................... 080 454 255 221 566 1,043 1,368 1,450 3,145 1,551 1,904
Bulbar or polioencephalitis ............................ 080.0 299 164 151 402 747 981 1,030 2,320 1,094 1,294
With other paralysis ................................... 080.1 24 21 13 38 53 65 60 95 59 66
Unspecified ........................................... 080.3 131 70 57 125 243 321 360 730 398 544

Psittacosis ............................................. 096.2 1 3 3 3 3 3 4 5 1 -
Rabies ......................................... 094 7 5 5 10 4 13 12 24 18 18
Rheumatic Fever, acute ................................ 400 402 795 806 900 1,033 1,131 1,297 1,523 1,583 1,648 1,924
Salmonellosis, including paratyphoid fever............... 041 042 72 65 60 62, 62 48 72 42 31 43
Scarlet Fever and Streptococcal Sore Throat.............. 050 051 130 139 213 240' 235 262 295 351 347 346

Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery) ....................... 045 133 157 156 156 187 243 337 334 356 335
Smallpox ............................................... 084 1 1 1
Tetanus .............................................: 061 283 303 279 246 265 332 337 360 394 336
Trichinosis ................................. ......... 128 3 4 4 5 4 1 7 10 10 9
Tuberculosis (all Forms) ................................ 001 019 11,456 12,361 13,324 14,061 14,940 16,392 19,544 24,621 30,863 33,959
Tularemia ............................................. 059 7 6 3 4 9 4 7 8 9 15
Typhoid Fever ........................................... 040 22 23 34 54 34 45 52 78 83 96
Typhus Fever flea-borne (murine) ................... 101- 2 -- -
Typhus Fever tick-borne (Rocky Mountain Spotted).... 104 10 14 18 16 8 10 21 20 26 31
Venereal Diseases and Sequelae
Syphilis............................................. 020 029 3,069 3,469 3,825 3,870 3,834 4,835 5,273 5,854 6,445 7,821
Gonorrhea............................................ 030 035 25 18 21 28 23 15 29 45 43 37
Other.................................................. 036 039 12 20 18 20 28 29 36 38 42 43


Source: National Office of Vital Statistics, Vital Statistics of the United States, Vol. 11, for respective year.












Table 3. (B) DEATHS FROM SELECTED NON-NOTIFIABLE ACUTE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1950 1959


DISEASE 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Abscess of Lung ....................... ................... 521 614 652 601 595 500 505 537 526 566 582
Boil and carbuncle ................................... 690 156 117 99 58 43 44 43 45 34 44
Other local skin conditions (cellulitis and abscess)......691-698 476 436 384 355 283 291 279 269 339 310
Chickenpox ......................................... 087 141 146 113 116 88 120 132 101 94 87
Diarrhea of Newborn ................................... 764 492 531 516 527 547 700 697 773 687 730

Empyema and Pleurisy .................................518-519 468 424 450 416 429 433 410 425 385 460
Erysipelas ........................................... 052 28 26 27 33 28 39 45 52 46 54
Fungal Infections
Actinomycosis.................................... 132 27 21 15 24 23 17 30 25 37 36
Coccidioidomycosis ................................ 133 48 50 53 54 62 78 85 60 68 83
Blastomycosis ..................................... 134.0 13 24 28 27 19 24 23 27 28 39
Cryptococcosis .................................... 134.1 84 39 55 66 74 56 48 46 39 31
Histoplasmosis .................................... 134.2 63 73 77 67 53 59 55 51 34 44
Moniiasis ........................................... 134.3 101 93 82 105 87 75 77 82 70 88 5

Gastroenteritis and Colitis (Age 4 wks 2 yrs)......... 571.0 2,862 3,066 3,412 3,166 3,663 3,900 4,588 4,869 4,397 4,173
Herpes febrilis ......................... ........ ... 096.0 26 26 13 13 7 14 9 13 9 18
Herpes Zoster ..................... .................... 088 58 46 47 52 45 44 61 53 65 36
Hydatid disease ....................................... 125 8 14 5 8 8 8 8 6 8 7
Infections of Ear and Mastoid ......................... 390-394 399 434 404 387 474 459 472 471 494 542
Meningitis, excluding Meningococcal and Tuberculous 340 2,208 2,247 2,025 1,933 1,873 1,829 2,059 1,918 1,881 1,839
Mononucleosis, infectious ............................. 093 21 16 15 18 10 16 12 19 14 9
Mumps ............................. ............... 089 51 37 45 49 43 45 46 55 48 40
Pemphigus ........................................ 704 168 142 170 149 172 150 164 200 263 283
Pemphigus, neonatorum ............................. 766 23 26 23 22 27 33 27 21 25 25

Respiratory infections
Bronchitis, acute .................................. 500 1,135 1,352 1,202 1,105 1,080 990 1,010 1,038 980 1,036
Influenza ................................ ....... 480-43 2,845 4,442 7,463 2,323 2,755 2,680 9,460 5,631 6,946 6,597
Pneumonia (primary cause of death)..................490-493 52,194 52,997 53,538 44,780 41,755 38,311 42,778 40,634 41,223 40,523
Pneumonia of newborn............................... 763 3,761 3,918 3,715 3,400 3,108 3,140 3,074 2,943 2,825 2,771
Upper respiratory infections, acute ..................470-475 971 936 1,045 901 904 954 1,043 1,067 909 781

Sepsis of
Abortion ............................................ 651 179 159 169 136 159 170 177 191 189 191
Childbirth ......................................... 680-681 58 50 54 48 43 56 52 81 94 121
Newborn ...........................................767-768 786 1,055 832 662 518 485 388 356 387 320
Septicemia and Pyemia ............................... 053 1,760 1,663 1,351 1,118 938 897 783 726 677 616

Viral diseases, undifferentiated ....................... 096.9 384 308 267 302 312 255 254 324 312 232
Worm Infestation......................................126-130 65 63 56 59 60 61 93 93 89 89


Source: National Office of Vital Statistics, Vital Statistics of the United States, Vol. 11, for respective year.












Table 4. REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY MONTH: UNITED STATES, 1960


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

Amebiasis ........................................ 3,424 256 221 297 314 339 304 233 373 261 269 319 238
Anthrax ..................................... ....... 23 6 4 2 3 2 6
Aseptic Meningitis ................................ 1,593 52 48 38 52 48 85 158 270 261 111 68 51 351
Botulism ... ................................... ... 12 3 1 2 2 2 2
Brucellosis undulantt fever) ........................ 751 62 65 51 102 82 58 70 61 54 53 40 40 13

Diphtheria ......................................... 918 86 76 41 56 36 14 29 51 81 114 153 181 -
Encephalitis, acute infectious ....................... 2,341 147 138 200 210 195 234 201 244 246 168 151 149 58
Hepatitis, infectious and serum .................... 41,666 3,033 3,109 3,522 3,683 3,375 2,812 2,586 3,211 3,276 3,818 4,170 5,069 2
Leprosy ........................................... 54 4 5 8 1 5 4 3 9 3 1 6 4 1
Leptospirosis ...................................... 53 3 3 5 5 8 4 8 6 11 -

Malaria ............................................ 72 5 4 6 1 5 6 11 7 9 7 6 5 -
Measles ........................................ 441,703 34,813 42,552 69,358 83,667 82,211 60,769 21,385 7,352 3,510 5,167 10,543 20,218 158
Meningococcal infections ........................... 2,259 232 253 249 192 178 175 142 132 131 189 186 199 1
Meningitis, Other... .... b ........................ 3,724 251 217 296 246 248 251 251 394 422 424 347 377
Pertussis (Whooping ough)........................ 14,809 2,023 1,533 1,350 1,610 1,223 1,242 1,209 1,184 1,096 795 782 745 17

Poliomyelitis, Total ............................... 3,190 75 56 44 50 68 167 420 719 709 476 225 181 -
Paralytic......................................... 2,525 60 42 36 40 51 136 316 539 563 413 186 143 -
Nonparalytic..................................... 626 15 13 8 9 15 28 94 172 143 62 35 32
Unspecified ...................................... 39 1 2 3 10 8 3 3 2 6 -

Psittacosis ....................................... 113 6 12 9 9 6 14 12 8 9 7 6 12 3 '
Rabies in man ...................................... 2 1 -
Rheumatic Fever, acute ....... .................... 9,022 816 751 907 912 846 867 756 660 616 609 664 582 36
Salmonellosis, excluding typhoid fever ........... 6,929 403 410 442 416 479 510 546 757 914 614 784 646 8
Scarlet Fever and streptococcal sore throat ........ 315,173 36,429 37,306 41,387 35,796 27,597 20,469 15,104 14,098 13,934 19,712 23,667 29,667 7

Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery) .................... 12,487 1,865 604 694 671 664 989 1,158 1,321 1,337 1,174 1,095 913 2
Tetanus ........................................... 368 19 22 12 28 36 37 30 40 36 47 26 35 -
Trichinosis ......................................... 160 14 9 7 21 8 13 8 16 13 15 10 25 1
Tularemia ........................................ 390 50 26 18 23 20 34 54 56 27 18 19 45
Typhoid Fever ..................................... 816 37 46 28 58 86 72 95 86 96 81 63 62 6
Typhus fever, flea-borne (endemic murine) ..... 68 4 1 6 7 16 16 2 5 5 4 2 -
Typhus fever, tick-borne (Rocky Mountain Spotted) 204 1 1 4 28 42 49 41 25 6 5 2 -

Rabies in Animals ................................ 3,567 338 374 453 360 325 317 299 273 191 183 197 229 28









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Table 5. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES BY STATE, 1960
ASEPTIC ENCEPHALITIS,
AREA AMEBIASIS ANTHRAX MENINGITIS BOTULISM BRUCELLOSIS DIPHTHERIA INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS

UNITED STATES 3,424 23 1, 53 12 "51 918 2,341 41,666

NEW ENGLAND .......... 59 2 29 5 13 75 1,215

Maine ................... 29 1 3 8 89
New Hampshire........... 70
Vermont ... ............. 3 29
Massachusetts........... 5 2 1 9 29 548
Rhode Island.............. 14 1 1 24 221
Connecticut.............. 37 2 14 258

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 1.24" 2 160 18 15 406 5,316

New York .............. 1,133 1 9 6 160 2,719
Ne\ lJcrsey .............. 91 121 3 1 99 441
Pennsylvania ........... 23 1 39 6 8 147 2,156

EAST NORTH CENTRAL 358 1 224 4 97 38 371 7,368

Ohio ..................... 5 4 11 56 2,377
Indiana ................. 8 53 .9 8 90 937
Illinois .................. 263 1 74 9 167 1,707
Michigan ............... 79 171 4 5 9 55 2,113
Wisconsin ............... 3 5 1 3 234

WEST NORTH CENTRAL.. 246 4 4 1 66 105 2,902

Mlinnesota ............... 241 4 15 39 8 576
lo a..................... 13 308 9 15 460
Mlissouri ................ 7 8 2 13 954
North Dakota............. 9 3 27 160
South Dakota ............ 26 10 5 164
Nebraska................ 5 20 2 7 280
Kansas.................. 43 48 1 30 308

SOUTH ATLANTIC ....... 301 16 107 48 242 227 4,835

[elawaarc ................ 277
Maryland ............... 6 1 1 67 532
District of Columbia .... 11 19 12 68
Virginia................. 54 45 3- 39 28 845
West Virginia ........... 3 43 4 9 906
North Carolina .......... 13 4 22 36 582
South Carolina .......... 16 1 50 5 193
Georgia ................ 12 5 53 15 324
Florida ................. 202 3 73 55 1,108

EAST SOLITH CENTRAL.. 162 2 41 142 179 5,971

Kentuck ................ 6 2 6 56 48 2,037
Tennessee .............. 30 10 9 36 2,100
Alabama ................ 109 16 40 19 1,283
Mississippi ............ 17 9 37 76 551

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL.. 269 2 IS` 50 360 154 3, 100

Arkansas ............... 1 2 9 16 17 263
Louisiana ............... 65 80 -* 200
Oklahoma ............ 17 5 25 21 350
Texas.................. 170 183 22 239 116 2,287

MOUNTAIN............... 333 25 40 123 3,215

Montana................ 3 3 4 202
Idaho.................... 1 3 16 8 336
Wyoming ............... 3 10 40
Colorado ................ 13 -2 3 50 1,177
New Mexico ........... 39 1 4 7 364
Arizona ................. 277 3 3 20 659
Utah .................... I 12 7 23 330
Nevada.................. 2 -1 1 1 107

PACIFIC ................. 632 644 2 33 2 701 7,744

Washington ............ 5 18 9 1,097
Oregon ................. 54 -- 3 43 1,129
California .............. 567 496 29 1 643 5,039
Alaska .................. 2 1 1 6 388
Hawaii................... 6 91

Puerto Rico .............. -- 1 142 1 792

*Encephalitis, not specified as arthropod-borne not notifiable








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Table 5. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES BY STATE, 1960 Continued
PERTUSSIS
MENINGOCOCCAL MEtnfriITIS, (whooping
AREA LEPROSY LEPTOSPIROSIS MALARIA* MEASLES INFECTIONS OTHER** cough) PSITTACOSIS

LINITED STATES 54 53 72 441,703 2,259 3,724 14. SU0 113

NEW ENGLAND ......... 1 5 44,355 143 425 821 6

Maine ................... 1 1 3,538 16 33 173
New Hampshire.......... 1,929 13 103
Vermont................. 3,266 5 5 45 -
Massachusetts ........... 3 22,403 69 264 226 2
Rhode Island............. 1,892 15 57 43
Connecticut.............. 1 11,327 38 53 231 4
MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 8 2 8 64,347 394 745 1,297 36

New York................ 8 2 6 46,443 195 674 734 9
New Jersey............... 10,559 80 226
Pennsylvania ............ 2 7,345 119 71 337 27

EAST NORTH CENTR AL.. 5 7 6 131,527 474 1,285 2,215 35

Ohio .................... 1 2 3 18,170 103 144 127 1
Indiana .................. 3 2 10,225 47 108 290
Illinois .................. 1 3 22,448 115 634 442 7
Michigan ................ 2 36,161 169 329 1,129 3
Wisconsin............... 1 44,523 40 70 227 24

WEST NORTH CENTRAL. 1 5 5 9,862 127 257 4- 5

Minnesota ............... 4,203 41 136 22 4
Iowa..................... 1,790 9 53 115
Missouri ................ 1 4 799 25 16 71
North Dakota............. 2,774 5 15 56
South Dakota ............ 79 9 66
Nebraska ................ 2 217 24 1 66
Kanas .................. 1 2 NN 14 36 61 1

SOUTH ATI[ ANTIC ....... 2 10 17 24,007 343 263 1,387

Delaware ............... 656 28 24
Maryland ............... 1 2 3,202 42 88 120
District of Columbia .... 2 2 1,197 15 52 -
Virginia................. 1 3 7,595 65 344
West Virginia ........... 1- 3,812 26 164
North Carolina.......... 1 1 7 1,417 83 111 -
South Carolina .......... 1 1,799 17 12 128
Georgia ................. 236 38 68 21 -
Florida ................. 1 3 3 4,093 57 67 423

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.. 3 8 34,719 247 318 1,595 10

Kentucky............... .- 3 11,367 64 86 336 2
Tennessee .............. 3 19,202 66 61 1,111 8
Alabama ................ .- 2 2,069 80 104
Mississippi ............. 3 2,081 37 171 44

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL. 8 17 6 53, 582 191 75 2,705 1

Arkansas ............... 6 1,410 19 62 54 1
Louisiana .............. 1 6 266 66 NN 14
Oklahoma ............... 1 1 1,232 26 13 103
Texas .................. 7 4 5 50,674 80 2,534

MOIUNTAIN...............
3 5 25,604 64 141 1,586 3

Montana ............... 2 2,438 11 2 301
Idaho ................... 3,227 4 12 107
Wyoming................ 4 716 2 7 27
Colorado.............. 6,794 18 79 448 1
New Mexico ............ 1,901 6 19 50
Arizona................. 1 1 4,863 13 398 1
Utah ................... 4,908 9 15 249 1
Nevada ................. 757 1 7 6

PACIFIC ................. 30 5 12 53,700 276 215 2,746 17

Washington ............. 1 13,678 28 115 251 2
Oregon.................. 1 11,104 35 89 534 3
Calforna .............. 11 2 10 22,684 209 1,957 12
Alaska.............. 1,260 11 4
Hawaii.................. 19 3 4,974 4 NN -

Puerto Rico ............ 2 9 1,411 11 15 265
*Acquired outside or inside United States NN Nt
May include asepticNN Not Notifiable
**May include aseptic meningitis









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Table 5. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES BY STATE, 1960 -Continued
RHEUMATIC SALMONELLOSIS SCARLET FEVER
AREA POLIOMELITIS R ABIES FEVER, (exclud. S. AND STREPT.
Total Paralytic Nonparalytic Unspecified IN 1AN acute typhosa) SORE THROAT
UNITED STATES 3,190 2,525 626 39 2 0,022 6, 929 315, 173

NEW ENGLAND ........ 242 195 47 47 666 15,086

Maine .................. 50 49 1 18 177 846
New Hampshire......... 3 1 2 10 570
Vermont............... 12 10 2 11 87
Massachusetts.......... 38 29 9 335 5,950
Rhode Island............ 103 79 24 29 9 1,120
Connecticut............. 36 27 9 124 6,113

MIDDLE ATLANTIC..... 498 409 88 1 -- 983 19, 151

New York............... 271 213 57 1 IR 589 11,316
New Jersey............. 76 64 12 NR 78 3,305
Pennsylvania ........... 151 132 19 316 4,530

EAST NORTH CENTRAL. 517 395 122 1 5,617 -18 35,063

Ohio................... 112 89 23 1 2,152 145 7,569
Indiana................. 145 117 28 98 44 7,483
Illinois................. 145 112 33 1,598 164 4,402
Michigan ............... 88 56 32 1,690 239 9,287
Wisconsin.............. 27 21 6 79 126 6,322

WEST NORTH CENTRAL 176 109 65 2 260 335 9.301

Minnesota.............. 46 37 9 150 156 833
Iowa .................... 25 6 19 13 34 2,519
Missouri ............... 43 38 5 79 37 880
North Dakota........... 19 6 12 1 16 32 3,521
South Dakota ......... 7 2 4 1 8 154
Nebraska............... 17 11 6 3 15
Kansas................. 19 9 10 2 65 1,379

SOUTH ATLANTIC ...... 604 488 95 21 1 204 1,144 22 392

Delaware............... 7 13 340
Maryland .............. 165 147 18 NR 55 1,017
District of Columbia ... 5 5 1 38 107
Virginia................ 58 55 3 R 159 6,066
West Virginia.......... 64 51 2 11 29 9 6,530
North Carolina......... 85 64 21 121 1,098
South Carolina ......... 131 92 35 4 151 7 1,708
Georgia ................ 30 27 3 1 16 298 174
Florida ................ 66 47 13 6 tR 4. 5,352

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL. 282 249 33 -II 254 55,059

Kentucky............... 146 127 19 197 16 7,618
Tennessee ............. 55 41 14 223 97 45,124
Alabama ............... 24 24 271 88 940
Mississippi ............ 57 57 15 53 1,377

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 287 191 94 2 150 860 43.538

Arkansas .............. 36 27 9 9 64 332
Louisiana ............. 49 32 17 NN 57 192 217
Oklahoma .............. 18 14 2 2 9 24 541
Texas.................. 184 118 66 75 580 -2,448

MOUNTAIN ............. 98 77 8 13 1,292 325 66,052

Montana ............... 21 15 6 190 12 2,881
Idaho .................. 12 10 2 23 3,555
Wyoming .............. 22 18 4 394 1 1,971
Colorado............. 21 21 275 180 24,319
New Mexico ........... 7 4 3 187 10 12,497
Arizona................ 10 4 2 4 112 21 9,606
Utah ................... 5 5 111 96 10,926
Nevada.................. 5 297

PACIFIC ................ 486 412 74 741 1,644 49,531

Washington ............ 49 46 3 483 99 13,385
Oregon................ 33 17 16 72 35 2,652
California ..... ...... 394 340 54 145 1,309 32,188
Alaska ................. 2 1 1 23 18 1,111
Hawaii ................. 8 8 18 183 195

Puerto Rico ............ 505 498 7 81

*No Reports of Rheumatic Fever submitted to the CDC by States so indicated









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Table 5. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES BY STATE, 1960 Continued

TYPHUS FEVER
AREA SHIGELLOSIS Flea-borne Tick-borne
(bacillary TYPHOID urinen) (Rocky Mountain RABIES IN
dysentery) TETANUS TRICHINOSIS TULAREMIA FEVER spotted fever) ANIMALS
UNITED STATES 12,487 368 160 390 816 68 204 3,567

NEW ENGLAND ............ 330 7 24 1 13 1

Maine .................... 76 7 3
New Hampshire............. 13 -
Vermont................... 2 -
Massachusetts............. 165 2 2 1 5 1
Rhode Island............... 23 1 4 -
Connecticut ................ 51 4 11 5-

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........ 1,977 21 66 2 61 1 22 473

New York.................. 1,771 12 42 1 33 6 455
New Jersey ............... 53 2 10 6 7 -
Pennsylvania .............. 153 7 14 1 22 1 9 18

EAST NORTH CENTRAL... 1,189 60 26 58 102 2 23 382

Ohio ....................... 224 14 9 1 36 8 107
Indiana .................... 51 12 3 19 26 5 96
Illinois.................... 182 20 8 37 19 1 10 84
Michigan .................. 562 4 3 14 70
Wisconsin ................. 170 10 3 1 7 1 25

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 604 13 4 52 56 11 696

Minnesota................. 270 4 1 1 120
Iowa ....................... 42 1 2 13 3 189
Missouri .................. 81 6 2 30 26 2 210
North Dakota.............. 40 4 1 35
South Dakota .............. 21 5 2 82
Nebraska.................. 5 54
Kansas.................... 150 2 21 2 3 6

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 1,239 71 16 63 136 8 89 464

Delaware ..... ............ 2 1 1 1 1 2
Maryland ................. 58 5 2 3 6 8 3
District of Columbia ...... 119 1 10 -
\'V rginia................... 175 11 2 39 24 1 40 226
West Virginia ............. 4 5 14 -3 134
North Carolina............. 153 8 4 19 1 18 20
South Carolina ............ 4 19 1 1 15
Georgia ................... 616 14 5 15 27 4 15 37
Florida .................... 112 28 1 16 1 1 29

EAST SOUTH CENTR AL.... 747 62 7 56 122 4 22 397

Kentucky.................. 35 6 1 14 33 10 120
Tennessee ................ 558 23 6 24 56 9 180
Alabama .................. 100 18 7 25 4 3 91
Mississippi ............... 54 15 11 8 6

WEST SOTH CENTRAL... 3,646 86 1 108 201 50 13 930

Arkansas ................. 116 11 73 52 5 320
Louisiana.. *.............. 44 15 -13 58 46
Oklahoma ................ 31 7 13 12 7 3
Texas..................... 3,455 53 1 9 79 50 1 561

MOUNTAIN ................. 45 7 11 38 45 18 56

Montana .................. 3 2 10 3
Idaho ..................... 16 3 2
Wyoming.................. 14 4 2
Colorado.................. 238 1 1 1 6 22
New Mexico .............. 69 1 5 2 15 22
Arizona................... 74 5 3 10 1 12
Utah...................... 42 3 16 2 3
Nevada.............. ....... 16 3 1

PACIFIC ................... 2,297 41 5 12 80 3 5 169

Washington ............... 98 2 2 7 1 1
Oregon.................... 14 3 7 8 2 8
California ................ 2,090 32 3 3 62 2 2 123
Alaska .................... 8 3 37
Hawaii................... 87 4 2 I

Puerto Rico ............... 3 80 28 35









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Table 6. NEWLY REPORTED ACTIVE TUBERCULOSIS CASES BY STATE, BY AGE, 1960


AREA Total Under 5 -14 15-24 25-44 45-64 65- Age Nor
Stated

UNITED STATES 5 494 2. 169 2. 162 -4. 90 Ih.0QQ2 1S. 23L 10.349 69"

NEW ENGLAND ............ 2,258 33 40 2, 662 757 538 25

Maine ..................... 167 1 6 17 64 43 33 3
New Hampshire ............ 72 2 2 7 20 21 18 2
Vermont.................. 83 2 6 24 23 24 4
Massachusetts ............ 1,363 25 24 119 371 469 354 1
Rhode Island.............. 196 3 4 18 47 70 45 9
Connecticut................ 377 2 2 36 136 131 64 6

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........ 12, 165 465 380 1,001 3,852 4, 19 2.175 153

New York.................. 6,807 256 235 621 2,234 2,223 1,118 120
New Jersey................ 1,651 70 54 170 520 557 277 3
Penns lvania .............. 3,707 139 91 210 1,098 1,359 780 30

EAST NORTH CE\TRAL .... 3 3, 2,024 191
11, 390 55 1 : 7 96~ 3, i4 h 3, 541 2, 024 1 91
Ohio .................... 2,714 217 203 205 821 770 476 22
Indiana.................... 1,195 19 29 110 386 392 219 40
Illinis .................... 4,063 61 51 322 1,429 1,424 695 81
Michigan .................. 2,597 215 210 258 729 709 448 28
\\I cions in ................ 821 38 80 68 183 246 186 20

WEST \OR TH CENTRAL...
EST \ CENTRAL 647 44 71 208 676 938 680 23

Minnesota................. 518 13 16 33 131 203 122 -
Iowa....................... 354 2 1 17 87 138 109
Missouri .................. 1,144 6 18 99 279 403 324 15
North Dakota .............. 109 10 12 14 22 28 23
South [akota .............. 122 2 19 18 37 28 16 2
Nebraska.................. 198 7 11 8 75 65 29 3
Kansas...................... 202 4 1 19 45 73 57 3

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... I 404 351 745 2, 841 2789 1,452 129

Delaware .................. 142 3 4 12 49 51 23
\Iar\lnd ................. 1,407 112 77 109 488 420 184 17
Ditrct of Columbia ...... 511 4 10 36 220 177 63 1
Virginia................... 1,668 142 116 113 440 467 318 72
\rL' Virginia ............. 600 27 27 47 154 220 117 8
North Carolina ............. 1,088 21 28 106 356 377 200 -
South Carolina ............ 726 15 14 82 274 223 110 8
Georgia ................... 1,151 23 31 118 386 384 200 9
Florida ................... 1,418 57 44 122 474 470 237 14

EAST SOUTH CENTR AL ... 4, 10 164 1 492 1,335 1,491 993 16

Kentucky.................. 1,138 37 21 117 382 346 235
Tcnne-see ................ 1,454 29 24 156 403 484 358
Alabama ................. 1,302 87 49 143 338 403 271 11
\1lisi -ippi ............... 716 11 25 76 212 258 129 5

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL... ]. 02f 229 281 490 1,511 1,584 S36 95

Arkansas ................. 811 48 99 62 175 230 187 10
Louisiana ................. 1,033 63 33 71 346 359 138 23
Oklahoma ................. 542 12 13 49 147 180 140 L
Texas..................... 2,640 106 136 308 843 815 371 61

\1O1 TAIN................. I 167 166 470 56j 320 5

Montana................... 154 6 9 13 34 55 26 11
Idaho ...................... 58 5 1 6 9 27 9 1
\\ ~omrnin ................... 53 1 6 5 6 20 10 5
Colorado.................. 308 4 2 25 93 105 62 17
New Mexico .............. 460 72 90 35 89 105 60 9
Arizona.................... 713 46 56 77 201 206 125 2
Utah ...................... 71 1 2 4 14 23 16 11
Nevada............ ......... 68 1 1 24 28 12 2

PACIFIC ................... 6..2 14 1 622 2.09 2.427 1 331

\ ashington ............... 713 18 18 53 209 282 132 1
Ore7gcon ............... .. ..3 2- 24 35 114 166 77 3
Calliornia ............... 5,129 99 106 -50 1,593 1,836 1,043 2
.lad5 a .............. .... 224 2 17 55 81 49 20
Ha adll .................... 293 2 8 29 100 9u 59 1


Data submitted by the States to the Tuberculosis Program. PHS









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Table 7. REPORTED CASES OF VENEREAL DISEASES IN THE

(Newly Reported Civilian Cases)


UNITED STATES, 1960


AREA


UNITED STATES

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

Maine ..................
New Hampshire...........
Vermont ................
Massachusetts...........
Rhode Island.............
Connect cut..............

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ......

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

EAST NOR TH CENTRAL..

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

\\ EST NORTH CENTRAL .

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

SOUTH A L ANT IC .......

Delaware ...............
Maryland ...............
District of Columbia ....
\'nginla.. .;............
West Virginia ...........
North Carolina..........
South Carolina ..........
Georgia ................
Florida ................

EAST SOl TH CENTRAL..

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

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL.

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

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

Montana ................
Idaho..................
Wyom ing................
Colorado................
New Mexico ............
Arizona ................
Utah ...................
Nevada.................

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

Washington .............
Oregon. .................
California ............
Alaska ..................
Hawa i ...............


SYPHILIS
TL PRIMARY
TOTAL SECONDARY GONORRHEAi CHANCROID OTHER


I* I 4-I


122,003

3,398
28
99
29
2,443
240
559

36,783

19,168
5,263
12,352

18,543
4,078
1,165
8,760
3,645
895

5,881
217
1,102
2,552
59
176
437
1,338

24,380
876
2,730
2,555
3,610
1,682
2,861
2,299
3,652
4,115

6,790
2,213
2,218
1,754
605

14,577
1,612
6,636
1,552
4,777

2,657
226
39
37
141
1,031
901
134
148

8,994

422
626
7,868
40
38


16,144

377

7
5
3
259
4
99

4,194

3,015
666
513

1,661
206
91
1,066
204
94

334
71
21
116
15
19
17
75

3,692
22
438
511
366
20
424
352
920
639

1,111
100
449
417
145

2, h-' -
220
1,182
74
1,169

366
15
7
5
29
44
241
7
18

1, -~6,4

161
68
1,524
5
6


258,933

4,066
119
80
98
2,059
153
1,557

33,312
21,366
4,778
7,168

44,571
9,968
2,341
22,754
8,372
1,136

15,787
1,398
1,398
8,052
611
750
1,111
2,467

66,900
809
6,624
10,221
6,445
1,219
8,442
11,475
10,541
11,124

23,509
3,195
9,882
3,613
6,819

42,099
8,704
5,916
4,946
22,533

6,831
371
311
70
1,332
1,576
2,491
344
336

21,858

1,732
1,266
18,313
427
120


1,680

11



3
1
7

120
84
21
15

203
40
3
44
112
4

72

5
4
54
1
3

5

742
5
18
32
30
3
91
132
188
243

108
1
39
24
44

226
17
70
10
129

97

2
1
3
9
73

9

101

2
7
92


1,131

6




1

5

95

70
12
13

72
20
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7


11

3
6

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687
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370
25
1
12
21
125
115

86
2
23
29
32

113
7
81
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31

1


3
27



30


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28


AGE DISTRIBUTION
Syphilis, Gonorrhea
Primary &
Age Group Secondary
0-9 20 1,619

10-14 139 3,261

15-19 2,577 53,649

20-24 4,691 87,823

25-29 3,385 51,213

30-34 2,406 29,743

35-39 1,345 16,349

40-44 715 7,798

45-49 393 3,868

50+ 473 3,610

Total 16,144 258,933

DISTRIBUTION by SEX by RACE
Syphilis Cases, Total
White Nonwhite

Male 31,170 36,721

Female 20,760 33,352

Total 51,930 70,073


Sphll.s Primary & Secondary

Male 4,872 6,264

Female 952 4,056

Total 5, ,2A 10,320


Gonorrhea

Male 46,056 136,505

Female 17,644 58,728

Total 63,700 195,233





-F iur -s are from the Venereal
Disease Pi o arm. Public Health
Service


*Granuloma inguinale and Lymphogranuloma venereum


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Table 8. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE BY AGE, 1960


(A) DIPHTHERIA



AREA Und'r 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 -i+ Age Unk Total

UNITED STATES 20 215 293 160 ..... 98 ...... .....75.... 3 24 918

NEW ENGLAND ............ 2 1 2 2 4 13

M aine ..................... 2 1- 3
New Hampshire ........... -
Verm ont................... -
Massachusetts ............. 2 1 2 2 2 9
Rhode Island ..... .......... 1
Connecticut................ -

MIDDLE ATLANTIC........ 5 3 1 2 15

New York .................. 3 1 1 6
New lerse .............. 1
Pennsylvania .............. 2 2 2 2 8

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... I 3 10 4 1 4 3 1 38

Ohio....................... 1 4 1 2 2 I 11
Indiana .................. .- 1 2 1 1 1 1 8
Illinois .................... 2 2 2 2 1 9
M ichigan .................. I 3 2 1 1 1 9
W isconsin ................. 1 -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL ... 2 9 20 5 1 5 5 8 1 66

M innesota ................. 8 12 5 7 1 3 3 39
Iowa ....................... 2 3 3 I 9
M issouri .................. 2 2
North Dakota .............. I- I 3
South DaKota .............. 1 5 1 2 1 10
Nebraska ................... 1 2
Kansas.................... I

SOUTH A'TLANTIC .........
4 66 82 42 ..... 24..... 8 3 4 9 242
Delaware..................
M aryland ................. 1 -
District of Columbia ...... .
V irginia ................... 2 1 14 9 2 1 39
West Virginia ............. 1 3 4
North Carolina ............ 7 9 5 i 22
South Carolina ............ 13 13 9 3 2 1 ? 3 50
Georgia ................... l 16 20 8 6 53
Florida ................... 1 18 26 11 .. ... 3 2 6 73

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... 2 34 43 12 4 1 6 142

Kentucky. ..... ............ 5 16 22 7 3 3 56
Fenne ss-e ................. 1 3 2 1 1 1 9
Alabama .................. 13 14 3 2 1 3 40
Mississipp ................ 13 11 7 2 1 2 37

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 10 o 120 05 26 4 ..... 3 ..... 10 4 360

Arkansas ................. I 5 6 1 1 2 16
Louisiana ................. I 23 31 16 6 2 1 80
Oklahoma ................ 1 3 6 4 1 1 5 4 25
Texas..................... 7 60 7. 18 s .. .19.. 6 239

MOUNTAIN ................ I 5 13 4 4 1 2 3 40

Montana .................. I I I 3
Idaho..................... 3 7 2 1 3 16
Wyom ing. ................. i 2 3
Color3do ...... .... .... .. 1 1 1 3
New Mexico ............... 1 1 1 -
Arizona ................... 1 1 1 3
Utah ......................** 1 1 2 1 1 7
Nevada .......... .... ..... .- 1 1

PAC IFIC ................... 2

Washington ............... -- -
Oregon ................... -
California ................ .- 1
Alaska.................... I -
Hawaii.................... -









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Table 8. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE BY AGE, 1960 Continued

(B) ENCEPHALITIS. TOTAL, ACUTE INFECTIOUS
(includes post-infectious and reported arthropod-borne encephalitis)


AREA


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 ...............

\\ EST 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 ...............

W EST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

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

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

Montana..................
Idaho.....................
Wyom ing..................
Colorado..................
New Mexico ............
Arizona................
Utah .....................
Nevada...................

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

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


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8 15 24 10 6 6 .......28...

. .

1 1 -
1 4 -
3 1 2
..........age distribution not available....... ...................
21 2 1 1
........age distribution not available...........................
1 4 9 3




3 4 1 1
..........age distribution not available....................... ....

S 1 1- 1 1


............
2 6
... 10



1
1
2


1

1






33


Age Unk Total


_____________________ I


11






11










8
4







1





1
1 \

























12
1

2
9






9
-



























1

2


......... ...

5
5
1




..................
32
4


2,341

75

8


29
24
14

406

160
99
147

371

56
90
167
55
3

105

8
15
13
27
5
7
30

227

67
12
28
9
36
5
15
55

179
48
36
19
76

154

17

21
116

123
4
8
10
50
7
20
23
1

701

9
43
643
6


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16 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report


Table 8. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE BY AGE, 1960 Continued

(C) HEPATITIS
(infectious and serum)


AREA IUncer I1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 45+ Age Unk Total


UNITED STATES


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

Maine ....................
New Hampshiret ...........
Vermont...................
Massachusettt ............
Rhode Island ...............
Connecticut................

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ........

New York................
New Jersey .......... ....
Penns I'.ania ..............

EAST NOR TH CENTER AL....

Ohio........... .........
Indiana ....................
Illinois ....................
M ichigan ..................
W iscon-.in.................

WEST NORTH CENTER AL ...

Minnesota.................
owa ......................
M issouri ..................
North Dakota .............
South Dakota ..............
Nebraska................
Kansas.................

SOLTH ATLANTIC .........

Delaware............. ...
M ar\land .................
Di- trict of Columbia ......
Virginia...................
West Virginia .............
North Carolina ............
South Carolina ............
Georgia ..................
Florida ...................

EAST SOL'TH CENTER Al....

Kentucky......... ........
Tennessee ................
Alabam a ..................
Mississippi ...............

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...

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

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

Montana.................
Idaho .....................
W\oming.................
Colorado................
New Mexico .............
Arizona........ ........
U tah .................. ...
Nevada ...... ...... ......

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

\ a shingion ...............
Oregon....................
California ................
Alaska....................
Ha\aii ..................


2




2
I
5


5

- I
11
9


1-

6-.
8
64


S 10
age dist
5
101
42
40

1,014

-.23
53
538


I 9
ibution not
S 5
86
43
37

911

S32
53
456


8
availa
2
64
31
31

564

331
43
190


i 5
ble ......
2
54
201
32


10

2
106
40
42

892
450
85
357


13

7
49
13
35

558
289
69
200


17

4
50
19
21

.550
294
71
185


11

2
27
2
16

205
199
6


7 111 708 537 221 125 262 146 ?46 14
2 33 275 218 96 56 105 43 42 67
6 61 457 359 144 126 197 9- 112 151
.................. age distribution not available............... ..........................
..................age distribution not available........................................



I 11 99 116 61 38 66 42 64 78
..................age distribution not available..........................................
4- 290 212 99 49 96 41 55 68
10 38 32 21 7 20 11 11 10
15 22 17 7 5 8 6 4 80
S 10 22 4 3 10 9 3 5 214
2 16 75 50 31 27 59 28 20


.. 14 .....

3 92
3 138
...69.......
- I 38


1. 2 1
35
146
22
148
333
154
45
85
243

1, s07
565
791
321
130

50
77
36
122
568


1.024
54
129
11
123
279
152
30
73
173

1, i04
..47
512
282
123

551
59
<6
61
385


.....8 35.
36
54
6
64
71
78
10
36
.. 25i.


..... 491.....
31
28 15
31 12
370 .. .


. .

1 16 30 25 17 19 27 12 11 44
1 8 81 52 33 15 40 37 24 45
2 3 1 6 3 5 4 10 6
..................ag distribution not available................................... ...
14 I 98 1 70 46 26 41 6 26 1 21 22
.............. .... ag distribution not availi hle................ .... .. ....
i I 21 1 76 1 62 1 32 1 2 3 1 18 15 1 20
.. .................a E distribution not available.........................................

I
lb 2 1 2- 1.118 .... 1,499.... 1,289 o09 599 918
1 3, 138 143 84 104 176 103 106 212
2 37 200 229 113 84 172 117 117 58
1I 2.9 895 714 478 582 891 439 356 421
1 15 29 25 ...... 22...... 32 26 12 226
I 11 7 16 1 16 18 13 8 1


41.666

1,215
89
70
29
548
221
258


5. 316
2,719

2,156


7, 368
2,377
937
1,707
2,113
234

2.902
576
460
954
160
164
280
308


4,835
277
532
68
845
906
582
193
324
1,108


5,971
2,037
2,100
1,283
551


3. 100
263
200
350
2,287

.3 215
202
336
40
1,177
364
659
330
107


7,744
1,097
1,129
5,039
388
91


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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 17

Table 8. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE BY AGE, 1960 Continued

(D) MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTIONS


S1 45 and
AREA Under 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 Over 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.................


52
20
51


9




6
1
2


24

9
3
12



2
4
7


.....25.....

.....12.....
5 3
2 3



1 5
2
4 1


5
2


39
22
10
7



2
2
4


.......age distribution not available...............................................
.......age distribution not available...........................................................



3 1 4 6 3 1 1 3 8 2
.......age distribution not available .............................................
4 11 4 1 2 2 1
1 1 1 1 1 -
4 2 -- 1 2
3 1 2 3 1 1 1 12
4 4 1 2 1 2


14
16

7

35

7
15
2
11



5

2

2

3


55

9
9
37


.132....


24
26
5 .......
10

57

5
23
10
19



1
2

age dist
3
age dist
3


100

7
11
82
"


49

6
4
5
8
16
3
5
2

36

12
5
13
6

24

3
12
2
7



1


ibution

ibution
2


34

5
4
24

1


24


2
4
2
9

2
5

14
2
3
7
2

11

1
4
3
3



1


lot avail;
1
lot avails



16

2
14


... 2

1


2
3
4
4
......7

16
1
7
5
3

9

1
2
3
3




1

,le......

ble......



25
25


9....


4
1


3

5


1
1
3



1
-


9

3

3

2

1


4

2
2




i
3
2
-...


29

2
2
7
2
3
3
1
9

18
2
5
7
4

11

1
5
2
3



1


I -I -
... .............................
.


3



I



1
1

14

7

6
1

29
-2


29



1
1


J. __ __ __ I __ 3 .1 __ _


2,259

143

16

5
69
15
38

394

195
80
119

474

103
47
115
169
40

127

41
9
25
5
9
24
14

343

42
15
65
26
83
17
38
57

247
64
66
80
37

191

19
66
26
80

64

11
4
2
18
6
13
9
1

276
28
35
209

4


,









18 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report

Table 8. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE BY AGE, 1960 Continued

(E) POLIOMYELITIS, TOTAL AND PARALYTIC



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

UNITED STATES Total 142 1,104 796 311 ..... 407...... .....387 ..... 41 2 3,190
Paralytic 132 941 603 224 ..... 283...... ..... 304..... 38 2,525
NEW ENGLAND Total 8 86 78 19 11 12 20 7 1 242
Paralytic 8 76 60 13 6 9 17 5 1 195

Maine Total 21 12 2 3 2 8 2 50
Paralytic 20 12 2 3 2 8 2 49
New Hampshire Total 1 1 1 3
Paralytic 1 1

Vermont Total 3 4 1 3 1 12
Paralytic 2 3 1 3 1 10
Massachusetts Total 1 7 15 6 2 2 3 1 1 38
Paralytic 1 6 12 4 1 1 2 1 1 29

Rhode Island Total 5 44 38 8 3 3 1 1 103
Paralytic 5 38 26 5 1 3 1 79

Connecticut Total 2 10 9 2 2 5 4 2 36
Paralytic 2 9 7 1 1 3 3 1 27
MIDDLE ATLANTIC Total 11 149 161 46 30 38 42 15 6 498
Paralytic 11 120 131 33 25 34 36 13 6 409
New York Total 7 89 78 22 14 22 24 11 4 271
Paralytic 7 69 58 14 11 20 20 10 4 213

New Jersey Total 1 24 24 8 6 7 4 1 1 76
Paralytic 1 18 21 7 5 6 4 1 1 64

Pennsylvania Total 3 36 59 16 10 9 14 3 1 151
Paralytic 3 33 52 12 9 8 12 2 1 132

EAST N. CENTRAL Total 19 187 133 48 32 32 50 12 4 517
Paralytic 17 163 102 31 18 16 36 9 3 395

Ohio Total 3 42 30 11 6 5 13 2 112
Paralytic 3 35 23 8 5 2 11 2 89

Indiana Total 6 66 34 9 5 8 15 1 1 145
Paralytic 5 58 27 8 3 4 10 1 1- 117

Illinois Total 8 46 40 12 10 9 12 6 2 145
Paralytic 8 40 33 7 7 3 9 4 1 112
Michigan Total 2 29 22 10 6 9 8 1 1 88
Paralytic 1 26 13 3 1 6 4 1 1 56

Wisconsin Total 4 7 6 5 1 2 2 27
Paralytic 4 6 5 2 1 2 1 21

WEST N. CENTRAL Total 5 48 27 17 22 21 26 8 2 176
Paralytic 4 35 18 11 9 12 15 3 2 109

Minnesota Total 1 20 8 1 4 1 7 2 2 46
Paralt ic 1 14 8 1 2 1 6 2 2 37

Iowa Total 1 5 2 4 5 5 3 25
Paralytic 1 1 2 1 1 6
Missouri Total 2 13 4 8 5 7 4 43
Paralytic 2 12 4 6 4 7 3 38
North Dakota Total 1 7 2 1 3 2 3 19
Paralytic 3 1 1 1 6
South Dakota Total 3 1 2 1 7
Paralytic 1 1 2

Nebraska Total 1 2 3 1 3 1 4 2 17
Paralytic 1 2 1 1 2 3 1 11

Kansas Total 2 5 3 3 3 3 19
Paralytic 2 3 1 1 1 1 9










Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
Table 8. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE BY AGE, 1960 Continued
(E) POLIOMYELITIS, .TOTAL AND PARALYTIC Continued


AREA Jnder 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 120-24


SOUTH ATLANTIC Total
Paralytic

Delaware Total
Paralytic

Maryland Total
Paralytic

District of Columbia Total
Paralytic

Virginia Total
Paralytic

West Virginia Total
Paralytic

North Carolina Total
Paral)tic

South Carolina Total
Paralytic

Georgia Total
Paralytic

Florida Total
Paralytic

EAST S. CENTRAL Total
Paralytic

Kentucky Total
Paralytic

Tennessee Total
Paralyt ic

Alabama Total
Paralytic

Mississippi Total
Paral yic

WESTS. CENTRAL Total
Paralytic

Arkansas Total
Paralytic

Louisiana Total
Paralytic

Oklahoma Total
ParalytIC

Texas Total
Paralyt ic

MOUNTAIN Total
Paralytic

Montana Total
Paralytic

Idaho Total
Pa ra yt c

Wyoming Total
Paral tic

Colorado Total
Paralytic

New Mexico Total
Paralytic

Arizona Total
Paralytic

Utah Total
Paralytic

Nevada Total
Paralvtcl


......59......
...... 5 1......


II
11

1
I

3
3

5
4

4
2

6
6

I
1I





20
16

14
10

4
4




2
2

25
9

4
3

2


3
2

16
4

8
5

1





3
2

1


I


I



1


8
7







1


3
2

14
3







IS
3
2




15
14

8
7

4
4




2
2

23
9




3
1

3
3

13
5

5
5

2
2

1
1

1
1

1


25-34 35

30 1
27 1




11
9




4
4

3
3

5
4

2
2




5
5


11

8
7

4
3




1


.....34. 4 ....



1
2
2

2
2

....... 26....
....... 14 ....

14
12

5
5




5
5




1
1

3
1


44 45+ Age Unnk Total

8 604
6 7 488




8 3 165
7 3 147

5
5

S1 58
I I 55

1 64
1 51

- 1 85
- 1 64

2 131
1 92

2 30
2 27

4 2 66
4 2 47

6 5 282
5 5 249

4 4 146
3 4 127

- 55
41

1 24
1 24

1 1 57
1 1 57

S 4 1 287
S 2 191

1 36
1 27

1 1 49
32

18
14

S 3 1 184
S 2 118

4 1 1 98


3 21
3 15

- 12
- 10

- 218
18

21
21

- 1 7
1- 41

S- 1 10


- 5
- S


I








Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report

Table 8. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE
(E) POLIOMYELITIS, TOTAL AND PARALYTIC Continued


BY AGE, 1960 Continued


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

PACIFIC Total 25 157 110 41 21 33 68 20 11 486
Paralytic 25 141 85 29 17 28 59 17 11 412
Washington Total 1 12 11 7 4 4 5 4 1 49
Paralytic 1 12 10 6 4 3 5 4 1 46

Oregon Total 4 9 5 4 1 5 4 1 33
Paralytic 2 3 4 1 1 3 2 1 17
California Total 21 136 90 29 13 28 56 12 9 394
Paralytic 21 123 72 19 12 24 49 11 9 340

Alaska Total I 1 2
Paralytic I 1
Hawaii Total 3 4 I 8 8
Paralytic 3 4 I 8


REPORTED CASES OF PARALYTIC POLIOMYELITIS, UNITED STATES BY WEEK

April Through December


600

400 PARALYTIC .--..., ^


week __ 8 15 22 29 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 2 9 16 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 II 18 25 2 9 16 23 30
ending APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NO DEC


1955









Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 21

Table 8. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY STATE BY AGE. 1960 Continued

(F) TYPHOID FEVER



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

UNITED STATES .. .. 816

NEW ENGLAND ............ 1 1 2 1 2 3 13

M a i ne ..................... 1 2 3
New Hampshire ............ -
Vermont........ .......... -
Massachusetts............. 1 2 1 5
Rhode Island.. ............ -
Connecticut................ 1 1 2 1 5

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ........ 9 7 10 1" ,1

New York................... 3 5 2 2 .....6..... 1 33
New Jersey. .............. 1 2 1 1 1 6
Pennsylvania .............. 2 2 5 1 3 5 22

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.... 2 13 25 I 11 8 12 3 1112

Ohio ....................... 6 9 6 4 3 2 2 36
Indiana .................... 1 3 2 2 1 3 4 3 3 26
Illino s .................... 2 6 2 1 3 1 4 19
M ichigan ..... ............. 1 2 5 14
W isconsin ............... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7

WEST NORTH CENTRAL... 10 4 6 9 4 56

M innesota ................. 1 1
Iova ....................... 2 2 2 2 -2 1 2 13
M issouri .................. 3 5 1 2 1 6 2 26
North Dakota .............. 1 1 1 -
South Dakota .............. 2 1 2 5
Nebraska.................. 1 1 2 1 5
Kansas.................... I -- 2

SOUTH ATLANTIC ......... 2 1 .....2.5..... 16 6 23 116

Delaware.............. ... I 1
Marland ................. 2 2 1 1 6
District of Columbia ...... 2 1 2 2 I 10
Virginia ................... 2 4 2 4 5 2 1 24
West Virginia ............ 3 4 2 1 1
North Carolina............ 2 3 2 3 3 1 5 19
South Carolina ............ 1 15 2 2 2 1 19
Georgia ................... 3 7 5 1 1 3 4 3 27
Florida ................... 1 2 1 3 2 1 3 16

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL.... .... 19....... 21 10 14 1 16 16 14 4 122

Kentucky .................. 1 3 5 2 3 7 3 1 33
Tennessee ................ 1 9 1U 7 6 5 7 6 5 56
Alabama ................ .......... ........ 5 2 2 1 I 3 25
M ississippi ............... 1 2 1 1 1 2 8

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 2 lb 31 29 1l 12 .....49...... 25 1- 201

Arkansas ................. 10 10 5 6 3 4 8 6 52
Louisiana ................. 7 9 Q 5 7 9 8 58
Oklahoma ................. 3 4 1 1 3 12
Texas..................... 2 1 9 11 6 ......21... 8 17 79

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

Montana................... 1 1 I 1 2 10
Idaho. ..................... I 1 3
Wyom ing.................. 1 1 1 4
Colorado.................. -
New Mexico .............. 1 3 1 2 15
Arizona ......... .......... .......age distribution nc t A.3ailable ................................................... 10
LUtah ...................... l 1 2
Nevada.................... -.

PACIFIC .................. 13 19 11 c 8 x 80

Washington ............... 2 1 2 2 7
Oregon..... ................ 1 1 2 1 2 1 8
California ................ 10 16 7 5 7 7 3 7 62
Alaska ................... 2 1 3
Hawaii....... ............. -









22 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report

Table 9. ACUTE DISEASES OPTIONALLY REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, 1960



ANCYLOSTOMIASIS CHICKENPOX CONJUNCTIVITIS DIARRHEA OF GASTRO-EiiTERITIS HISTO-
(Hookworm) (Varicella) (Pink Eye) NEWBORN ERYSIPELAS (nonspecific) PLASMOSIS IMPETIGO

UNITED STATES

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

Maine .................... 3,708 141 -
New Hampshire........... 1,172 1 16
Vermont .................. 1,777 -
Massachusetts ............ 16,352 -
Rhode Island.............. 2,122 -
Connecticut................ 194 10,169 61 1 9

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ......

New York................. 25,140 135 1,003 15
New Jersey ...............- 7 -
Pennsylvania ............. 187 -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL...

Ohio...................... 12,597 49 10 10 -
Indiana................... 1 5,070 22 17
Illinois ................... 13,354 19 21 209 8 6
Michigan ................. 15,837 327 530 43 1,582
Wisconsin ................ 31,751 2 1 59 3

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .

Minnesota ................ 132 17 10 716 7
Iowa ...................... 5,285 9
Missouri ................ 1,107 6 -- 6 -
North Dakota.............. 2,618 561 26 464
South Dakota ............ -
Nebraska................ 39
Kansas.................... 4 5

SOUTH ATLANTIC .......

Delaware .................- 351 -
Maryland ................ 1,638 -
District of Columbia ..... 353 7 14
Virginia................. -
\\e Virginia ............ 2,255 290 11 1
North Carolina........... 247
South Carolina ..........- -
Gcolgia .................. 6,950 18 -
Florida .................. 3,260 5,665 160 4 -

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL...

Kentucky................. 2 3,861 5 14
Tennessee ..............- -
Alabama ................. 1,092 12
Mississippi .............. 1,510 800 31 22

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL..

Arkansas ................ 15 688 12
Louisiana ...............-- 3
Oklahoma ....... ...... -
Texas....................- -

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

Montana ................. 2,940 -
Idaho .................... 632 9 -
Wyoming................. 58 1 105 -
Colorado.................
New Mexico ............ 1 505 -
Arizona.................. 32 4,087 -
Utah ..................... 1,098 -
Nevada................... 636 37 1 33 11

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

Washington .............- 9,662 2
Oregon.................... 58 98 11 72 -
California ...............- 30 -
Alaska ................... 932 1,390
Hawaii........ ...........5 1,510 12 3-









Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 23

Table 9. ACUTE DISEASES OPTIONALLY REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. 1960 Continued



AREA MONONUCLEOSIS, RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS RUBELLA VINCENT'S
INFECTIOUS HMMPS INFLUENZA PIEUMOULA R INGWORN (Cerman Measles) INFECTION
UNITED STATES

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

Maine .................... 5 2,187 901 696 1,451
New Hampshire ........... 5 628 303 6 163 24
Vermont...... .... ..... 120 1,242 -
Massachusetts............ 14,183 5,562 -
Rhode Island .............. 36 1,521 138 6
Connecticut............... 529 10,620 1,676 3,750

MIDDLE ATIANTIC .......

New York .............. 5,295 8,816
New Jersey..............- -
Pennsylvania ............. 261- -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL..

Ohio ...................... -8 11,634 3621 3
Indiana ................... .205 3,336 2,395 1,937
Illinois .................. 13 10,551 38 124 1,723
M ichigan ................. .211 10,770 2,600 1,947 2,028 -
Wisconsin ................ 35,662 805 21 4,841 10

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .

M innesota ................ 785, 116 2,725 35 6
Iowa....................... .. 37 4.4 ,- 438
M issouri ................. 36 1,790 9,735 11 353 6
North Dakota ...... .... 3,008 108
South Dakota ............. -
Nebraska................. 53
Kansas................... -

SOUTH ATLANTIC .......

Dela,.are ............... .. 507 38
Maryland ................ 12 2,414 3 211
District of Columbia ..... 2 363 78 603 44
V irginia ................. -
West Virginia ............ 58 3,216 314
North Carolina ........... -
South Carolina ...........
Georgia .................. 498 140
Florida ................ ,390 834

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL...

Kentucky................. 44 6,270 1,696
Tennessee ...............- 140,075 -
Alabama .................. 1,646 45
Mississippi .............. 64 964 -

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ..

Arkansas ................ 45 1,071 218
Louisiana ................ -
Oklahoma ................
Texas................... .

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

Montana ................. 783
Idaho..................... 11 1,585 52 13
Wyoming ................. 14 34 -
Colorado................. .- ,249 21,606 68 1,5-9
New Mexico ............. 5 1,209 27,192 1,102 142
Arizona .................. 51 4,617 1,493 11
Utah ..................... 16 1,680 143
Nevada.................... 5 820 9,737 86 14 -

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Washington .............. 29 14,590 4,230 57
Oregon ...................- 33,356 1,824 104 4,167
California .......... ... .. 26,190
Alaska.................... 39 1,132 3,532 1,030 75 331 30
Hawaii................... 1,656 3,205 343 [- 60-




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Table 10. OTHER DISEASES OPTIONALLY
REPORTED TO THE
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, 1960
(Diseases reported by six States or less)


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Actinomycosis:

Adenovirus infection:
Animal bites:

Ascariasis:


Blastomycosis:
Car scratch fever:
Coccidioidomycosis:

Colorado tick fever:

Coxsackie infection
(excl. meningitis):
ECHO infection
(excl. meningitis):
Echinococcosis:
Food poisoning, staphylococcal:
Herpes zoster:
Influenza-like disease:
Influenza meningitis:
Keratoconjunctivitis:


Listeriosis:
Lymphocytic choriomeningitis:


Nloniliasis:
Opthalmia neonatorum:
Otitis media:
Pediculosis:
Q Fever:
Rat-bite fever:
Relapsing fever (tick-borne):
Respiratory disease, unspecified:

Rickettsialpox-
Roseola infantum:
Scabies:

Schistosomiasis:
Staphylococcal infections:


Staphylococcal infections,
neonatal:
Taeniasis:

Toxoplasmosis:
Trachoma:
Urethriris, nonspecific.
\eil's disease:


Ark. 1, Ind. 1, La. 1,
Me. 1, Mich. 1, Mont. 1
Minn. 13
Ark. 1,064, N.H. 128,
Mich. 19, 946
Ark. 19, Ky. 2, Md. 2.
Minn. 6, Miss. 227,
Wyo. 1
Ark. 3
Colo. 5
Ariz. 649, Calif. 267,
111. 3. Minn. 1, Wash. 1
Colo. 242, N.M. 1,
Ore. 2, Wyo. 6


Minn. 38


Nlinn. 13
Minn. 1
Ill. 31, Me. 2, N.C. 4
N.H. 2
W. Va. 82,914
MNch. 27
Alaska 477, D.C. 1,
Hawaii 1, Ind. 142.
Mich. 48, N.Y. 5
Me. 4
Ark. 1, U11. 1, Ind. 14,
Mass. 2, Miss. 5,
Ore. 3
hMd. 2
Minn. 2. Pa. 2
Alaska 3,058
Mich. 131
Conn. 1, Wisc. 18
Ohio 1. Ore. 1
Calif. 6, Ore. 1, Te\. 3
Alaska 8,876. Nev. 10,
N. N. 66
N.Y. 6
N.M. 160
Colo. 12, Mich. 47,
N.D. 45
N.Y. 371
Alaska 335, D.C. 12,
111. 948, Nev. 2,
Ore. 19

Ill. 61
Fla. 12, Ky. 18, Nlinn. 6,
N.M. 1
Pa. 2, Me. 4, Minn. 1
Nev. 2, N.M. 11. N.D. 7
N. Y. 1,193
Hawaii 3


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