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ANNUAL

SUPPLEMENT


Summary 1965

FOR RELEASE
OCTOBER 14, 1966


D INCIDENCE OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES IN THE UNITED STATES, 1965

ENCEPHALITIS IN 1965


2,703 cases of encephalitis were
sUthe United States for the year 1965.
Surveillance activities within the States, in-
cluding epidemiologic follow-up of cases re-
ported by attending physicians and laboratory
tests on blood specimens, showed that for 297
cases, the etiologic agents were arthropod-borne
viruses Eastern, Western, St. Louis and
California.


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In 981 cases, encephalitis was a complica-
tion or sequela of mumps, measles rubeolaa),
chickenpox, rubella and other infections.
For almost half the cases (1,425), the etio-
logic agent or cause remains unknown.
The number of cases reported by month for
the three classifications, arthropod-borne, post-
infectious, and etiology unknown, for 1965, are
shown in the chart below.


ENCEPHALITIS CASES, U.S.
Number Reported in 1965


UNKNOWN ETIOLOGY


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Annual Supplement to the Morbidity and Morlalily 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, 1956-65 ..... 4

Table 3. (A) Deaths from Specified Notifiable Diseases: United States, 1955-64 ........ 5
(B) Deaths from Selected Non-Notifiable Acute Diseases: United
States, 1955-64 ................... .......... ..................... 6

Table 4. Reported Cases of Notifiable Diseases by Month: United States, 1965 ......... 7

Table 5. Reported Cases of Notifiable Diseases: United States, by Geographic
Division, by State, 1965 .................... ........................ 8

Table 6. Newly Reported Cases of Venereal Diseases: United States, by Geographic
Division, by State, Age, Sex, and Race, (Civilian Cases only), 1965 ...... 13

Table 7. Rabies in Man and Animals, by State, by Type of Animal, United
States, 1965 .................................................... 14

Table 8. Reported Cases of Selected Notifiable Diseases by State, by Age, .1965 ....... 15

Table 9. Reported Cases of Selected Notifiable Diseases by State, by Month, 1965 ..... 21

Table 10. Acute Diseases Optionally Reported to the Public Health Service, by
State, 1965 ...................................................... 24

Table 11. Other Diseases Optionally Reported (Diseases reported by more than
one, but less than 10 States) .......................................... 26

Table 12. Number of Deaths by Place of Occurrence in 122 United States Cities for
Year 1965 ............................... ....................... 27


Disease Trends .................................. .................. 28-59


EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS USED IN TABLES

Data not available -------------------
Quantity zero -----------------------
Report of disease not required by
State Health Department ------------ NN








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TABLE 1. REPORTED INC IDENCE OF DISEASES (OVEREI) BY INTERNATIONAL QUARANTINE AGREEMENT
I1's 1965


Number Reported


International Classification
of Diseases Co\ered



043 C holera ... ... ........... ........

0.5T P Iat uue ....... ........ ................

071.0 Louse-borne relUp-ing fever ...............

014 Smallpox ............... ...... ........

091 Y ellow fever .............................

100 Louse-borne epidemic t'.phu. ...............


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1958


1~i 7




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1956


CASES OF QUARANTINABLE DISEASES IN 1965

Place Acquired Date A:e Sex Outcome

CHOLERA

Laboratory June 32 Male Recovered
July 42 Male Recovered

PLAGUE

New Mexico
Sylvatic outbreak June 3 Female Recovered
July 2 Male Recovered
July 9 Male Recovered
August 4 Female Recovered
August 3 Female Recovered
August 3 Male Recovered
Auiu-t 14 Male Fatal, August 27, New Mexico

California September 5 Male Recovered


SOURCES OF DATA


This Supplement carries final figures on the reported
incidence of notifiable diseases in 1965 based on sum-
maries submitted by the individual States and Territories
through the National Morbidity Reporting System except
for the data on incidence of tuberculosis, collected by
the Tuberculosis Branch, venereal diseases collected by
the Venereal Disease Branch, and encephalitis gathered
by the Encephalitis Surveillance Unit, of the Communica-
ble Disease Center.
Data obtained by the Tuberculosis and Venereal
Disease Branches have been published in the Supplement
in prior years. The data for encephalitis in the current


issue have been derived from special ;umm.ir. reports
devoted exclusively to encephalitis and its various mani-
festations.

The illustrative materials depicting disease trends
are for the most part based on charts and graphs carried in
the 1965 issues of the Morbidity and Mortality Hleekly
Report. The data are from the National Morbidity Report-
ing System, National Surveillance Programs, and the
National Vital Statistics Division. The population esti-
mates used in computation of rates are from the Bureau of
the Census, Current Population Reports, Series P-.-'.


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TABLE 2. REPORTED CASES OF SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1956 1965


DISEASE 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 19601 19591 19581 19571 19561

Amebiasis .............................................. 2,768 3,304 2,886 3,048 2,850 3,424 3,508 4,380 5,031 3,689
Anthrax ................................................. 7 5 3 9 14 23 12 16 26 38
Aseptic meningitis ..................................... 2,329 2,177 1,844 2,654 5,162 1,593 ...... Inot previously reportable nationally.....
Botulism .............................................. 19 23 47 10 14 12 20 6 28 17
Brucellosis undulantt fever) .......................... 262 411 407 409 636 751 892 924 983 1,300

Diphtheria ..................... ...................... 164 293 314 444 617 918 934 918 1,211 1,568
Encephalitis, primary infectious ..................... 1,722 2,0021 1,993 2,094 2,248 2,341 2,437 2,587 2,135 2,624
Encephalitis, post-infectious2 ......................... .. 981 1,585-
Hepatitis, infectious and serum ....................... 33,856 37,740 42,974 53,016 72,651 41,666 23,574 16,294 14,922 19,234
Leprosy ................................................ 96 97 103 80 63 54 44 39 36 52
Leptospirosis .......................................... 84 142 89 79 71 53 83 55 47 44

Malaria ................................................ 147 93 99 118 73 72 71 85 132 234
Measles ................................................ 261,904 458,083 385,156 481,530 423,919 441,703 406,162 763,094 486,799 611,936
Meningococcal infections ............................... 3,040 2,826 2,470 2,150 2,232 2,259 2,180 2,581 2,691 2,735
Pertussis (whooping cough) ............................ 6,799 13,005 17,135 17,749 11,468 14,809 40,005 32,148 28,295 31,732
Poliomyelitis, total .................................. 72 122 449 910 1,312 3,190 8,425 5,787 5,485 15,140
Paralytic............................................ 61 106 396 762 988 2,525 6,289 3,697 2,499 7,911
Nonparalytic ......................................... 10 12 52 139 305 626 2,045 1,941 2,826 6,555
Unspecified ...................................... ... I1 4 1 9 19 39 91 149 160 674

Psittacosis ........................................... 60 53 76 79 102 113 147 158 278 568
Rabies in man3 .......................................... 2 1 1 2 3 2 7 5 5 10
Rheumatic fever, acute4 ................................ 4,998 7,491 7,561 7,977 10,470 9,022 8,285 6,889 6,427 6,562
Salmonellosis, excluding typhoid fever ................ 17,161 17,144 15,390 9,680 8,542 6,929 6,606 6,363 6,693 6,704
Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery) ..................... 11,027 12,984 13,009 12,443 12,571 12,487 12,888 11,861 9,822 10,306
Streptococcal sore throat and scarlet fever ........... 395,168 402,334 342,161 315,809 338,410 315,173 334,715 264,097 226,973 176,392

Tetanus ................................................ 300 289 325 322 379 368 445 445 447 468
Trichinosis ........................................... 199 198 208 194 306 160 227 176 178 262
Tuberculosis (newly reported active cases)5 ............ 49,000 50,874 54,062 53,788 53,727 55,494 57,307 63,000 66,437 68,866
Tularemia ............................................. 264 342 327 328 365 390 459 587 601 522
Typhoid fever ......................................... 454 501 566 608 814 816 859 1,043 1,231 1,700

Typhus fever, flea-borne (endemic, murine) ............ 28 30 35 32 46 68 51 71 113 98
Typhus fever, tick-borne (Rocky Mountain spotted) ..... 281 277 216 240 219 204 199 243 240 293
Venereal diseases (newly reported cases)6 .............
Syphilis ............................................ 112,842 114,314 124,137 126,245 124,658 122,003 120,766 113,894 123,758 130,168
Gonorrhea ............................................ 324,925 300,667 278,289 263,708 264,158 258,933 240,158 232,513 214,496 224,342
Other specified venereal diseases: chancroid,
granuloma inguinale and lymphogranuloma venereum .... 2,015 2,115 1,979 2,141 2,466 2,811 2,459 2,343 2,433 2,981

Rabies in animals ...................................... 4,574 4,780 3,929 3,732 3,599 3,567 4,177 4,787 4,542 5,681

1. Figures include Alaska from 1959; Hawaii, from 1960; both are excluded in prior years.
2. Encephalitis data are from the Encephalitis Surveillance Unit, Epidemiology Branch, CDC.
3. Figures for cases of rabies in man represent registered deaths, 1956-1961.
4. Reports of cases of acute rheumatic fever were received from 36 States (see p. 11).
5. Tuberculosis data are from the Tuberculosis Branch, CDC. Number of cases shown for 1965 is provisional.
6. Venereal diseases data are from the Venereal Disease Branch, CDC.















TABLE 3. (A) DEATHS FROM SPECIFIED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1955 1964




(Figures include Alaska from 1959; Hawaii, from 1960; both are excluded in prior years. Numbers after cause of death are category numbers of the

Seventh Revision, International Classification of Diseases, 1955.)




CAUSE OF DEATH 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955


Amebiasis ............................................ 046 65 92 86 84 88 124 86 95 130 106
Anthrax .............................................. 062 1 1 1 2 -
Botulism ............................................. 049.1 8 14 11 10 12 15 4 11 14 18
Brucellosis .......................................... 044 4 5 12 11 6 12 8 8 9 10
Diphtheria ........................................... 055 42 45 41 68 69 72 74 81 103 150

Encephalitis, acute infectious ....................... 082 534 532 582 505 528 570 537 465 424 398
Hepatitis, infectious ................................. 092 745 852 911 976 938 897 897 897 806 841
Leprosy............................................... 060 5 3 8 8 6 6 3 3 6 5
Leptospirosis ........................................ 072 14 14 10 9 14 11 11 9 8 10
Malaria .............................................. 110 117 3 7 12 3 4 7 6 14 11 18

Measles .............................................. 085 421 364 408 434 380 385 552 389 530 345
Meningococcal infections ............................. 057 750 733 649 586 644 699 746 785 762 907
Pertussis (whooping cough) ........................... 056 93 115 83 76 118 269 177 183 266 467
Plague ............................................... 058 1 2 1 I

Poliomyelitis ........................................ 080 17 41 60 90 230 454 255 221 566 1,043
Bulbar or polioencephalitis ....................... 080.0 6 22 35 61 146 299 164 151 402 747
With other paralysis ............................... 080.1 3 5 7 10 14 24 21 13 38 53
Unspecified ........................................ 080.3 8 14 18 19 70 131 70 57 125 243

Psittacosis .......................................... 096.2 1 1 1 3 3 3 3
Rabies .............................. ............. 094 1 2 1 3 2 7 5 5 10 4
Rheumatic fever, acute ............................... 400 402 509 552 550 608 734 795 806 900 1,033 1,131
Salmonellosis, including paratyphoid fever ........... 041 042 67 72 62 64 82 72 65 60 62 62
Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery) .................... 045 125 134 134 128 153 133 157 156 156 187

Streptococcal sore throat and scarlet fever ........... 050 051 95 102 102 130 108 130 139 213 240 235
Tetanus ............................................... 061 179 210 215 242 231 283 303 279 246 265
Trichinosis ........................................... 128 1 5 1 7 3 3 4 4 5 4
Tuberculosis (all forms) ............................. 001 019 8,303 9,311 9,506 9,938 10,866 11,456 12,361 13,324 14,061 14,940

Tularemia ............................................ 059 6 3 1 3 3 7 6 3 4 9
Typhoid fever ........................................ 040 14 21 15 17 21 22 23 34 54 34
Typhus fever flea-borne (murine) ................... 101 2
Typhus fever tick-borne (Rocky Mountain spotted) ... 104 17 16 12 11 11 10 14 18 16 8

Venereal diseases and sequelae
Syphilis ........................................... 020 029 2,619 2,666 2,811 2,850 2,945 3,069 3,469 3,825 3,870 3,834
Gonorrhea .......................................... 030 035 13 23 23 19 38 25 18 21 28 23
Other .............................................. 036 039 10 12 16 11 15 12 20 18 20 28


tal Statistics of the United States, Vol. II, for respective year.


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TABLE 3. (B) DEATHS FROM SELECTED NON-NOTIFIABLE ACUTE DISEASES: UNITED STATES, 1955 1964


DISEASE 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955


Abscess of lung ........................................ 521 659 651 561 543 604 614 652 601 595 500
Boil and carbuncle ..................................... 690 54 58 67 93 120 156 117 99 58 43
Other local skin conditions (cellulitis and abscess)... 691 698 427 445 503 520 512 476 436 384 355 283
Chickenpox .............................................. 087 153 129 134 167 126 141 146 113 116 88
Diarrhea of newborn .................................... 764 400 386 410 419 463 492 531 516 527 547

Empyema and pleurisy .................................. 518 519 464 432 408 479 456 468 424 450 416 429
Erysipelas............................................. 052 17 16 25 32 22 28 26 27 33 28
Fungal infections .....................................
Actinomycosis ........................................ 132 31 35 17 21 28 27 21 15 24 23
Coccidioidomycosis ................................... 133 46 71 55 62 55 48 50 53 54 62
Blastomycosis ........................................ 134.0 21 24 17 16 15 13 24 28 27 19
Cryptococcosis....................................... 134.1 74 73 90 86 71 84 39 55 66 74
Histoplasmosis....................................... 134.2 77 70 82 90 80 63 73 77 67 53
Moniliasis ........................................... 132.3 81 105 88 100 108 101 93 82 105 87

Gastroenteritis and colitis (age 4 wks 2 yrs) ....... 571.0 2,284 2,370 2,635 2,596 2,957 2,862 3,066 3,412 3,166 3,663
Herpes febrilis........................................ 096.0 18 22 19 21 12 26 26 13 13 7
Herpes zoster .......................................... 088 81 66 69 63 78 58 46 47 52 45
Hydatid disease........................................ 125 6 10 7 3 10 8 14 5 8 8
Infections of ear and mastoid ........................ 390 394 255 261 266 314 389 399 434 404 387 474

Meningitis, excluding meningococcal and tuberculosis .. 340 2,464 2,343 2,322 2,263 2,316 2,208 2,247 2,025 1,933 1,873
Mononucleosis, infectious .............................. 093 20 11 18 13 16 21 16 15 18 10
Mumps .......... ....................................... 089 50 48 43 53 42 51 3/ 45 49 43
Pemphigus .............................................. 704 133 147 142 141 149 168 142 170 149 172
Pemphigus, neonatorum ................................. 766 17 13 16 23 30 23 26 23 22 27

Respiratory infections
Bronchitis, acute .................................... 500 998 1,139 1,118 1,031 1,170 1,135 1,352 1,202 1,105 1,080
Influenza ........................................... 480 483 1,687 7,083 3,431 2,137 7,872 2,845 4,442 7,463 2,323 2,755
Pneumonia (primary cause of death) .................. 490 493 57,764 63,678 56,564 53,038 58,931 52,194 52,997 53,538 44,780 41,755
Pneumonia of newborn ................................. 763 3,091 3,181 3,350 3,541 3,544 3,761 3,918 3,715 3,400 3,108
Upper respiratory infections, acute ................ 470 475 776 867 820 808 911 971 936 1,045 901 904

Sepsis of
Abortion ............................................ 651 167 201 213 220 191 179 159 169 136 159
Childbirth .......................................... 680 681 67 57 55 59 76 58 50 54 48 43
Newborn ............................................. 767 768 846 828 774 722 749 786 1,055 832 662 518
Septicemia and pyemia ................................. 053 2,389 2,359 2,084 1,886 1,920 1,760 1,663 1,351 1,118 938

Viral diseases, undifferentiated ...................... 096.9 451 511 476 456 434 384 308 267 302 312
Worm infestation ...................................... 126 130 41 44 67 48 56 65 63 56 59 60

Source Naioa CetrfrHat1ttsis ia ttsiso teUie tts o.I frrsetv er


Source: National Center for Health Statistics, Vital Statistics of the


United States.


Vol. II, for respective year.




















TABLE 4. REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES BY MONTH: UNITED STATES, 1965


DISEASE Tota I Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep t Oct Nov D-. t..t


Amehb as is ................................. 2,768 207 201 228 22 4 256 259 272 221) 2W) I P 9
Anthrax ................................... 1 1 2 1 1
Aseptic meningitis ........................ 2, 39 I 11) 91 1 1 I Ill 148 257 120 )4b 2 0 I I 4
Botul i sm .......... ..... .............. ... .. 9 5 1 -
Brucel losis undulantt fever) .............. 262 22 10 19 20 1 1) 2') 2 1 7

Diphtheria ................... ......... I I 17 19 16 4 6 4 8 1 2 28
Encephalit is, primary ........................ 1. ,722 1 86 98 9/ 96 90 171 40') 2 0 1.2 2 9o 1
Encephalitis, post-infectious ......... .. ... .81 I 1 88 1 14 119 127 109 81 58 .8 /7 0 .
Hepatitis, infe ,ct ious and serum .......... 3),8')I) 39 1, 18 1 ) 2.8'o 2, '814 2,,301 2, 'i6 2,2 ,9 .? i 78f, 46 .1 4''i f, l 7
Leprosy ....................... ........... 0'6 I 14 1 2 5 2 I 7 12 1

Leptospirosis .............................. 84 1 1 ) 1 4 3 8 12 7 1 / I'
Malaria ..... .............................. .. .... 17 2 1 7 3 7 1 1 10 9 12 2
Measles ................................... 26 9()4 2i,>691 i ,77.1 49,815' 4),601 39, 2 2i',87 8, 28 3, /1 2 ,4 1) 1,881 ', 2
Meningococcal infections ............... ... .. 1,140 2'8 1il 483 36f7 26 221 174 Ill 1 17 1/71 1 17
Pertussis (whooping cough) .................. .,799 l9') 5 90 62 1 42' 61 1 547 5b5 669 688 4< 1'! 40

Poliomyelitis, total ...................... 72 I 4 8 16 12 4 1 i
Paralytic ............................... 6I1 I ?- 7 14 11) I 1 1
Nonpa ralytic ............................. 10 -1 1 2 2 2
Unspeci fi ed ........................ ....... 1 1

Psittacosis-ornithosis .................... 60 2 2 0 8 8 8 8
Rabies in man ............................ I -
Rheumatic fever, acute* ........... ...... ... 4,998 602 4, l 64 b ')10 409 384 12 I 283 .' 1 8
Salmonellosis, excluding typhoid fever .... I/,'161 1,0)88 11 1 ,00 1, 1 7 1 7' 1 ,692 1 ,8 t 1 ,27 1 ,7 7 I, 1 l, 1 I l I
Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery) ........ 1 1 ,02/ 699 6H t 909 )6/, 69 1 12' 994 1 6 1,10 t 1, ,)8 s l

Streptococcal sore throat and scarlet fever I9,), 168 42,084 47, 81 56,414 41, ,9 31,894 25, 381 19,061 16,000 19,, i 7, 08 29, ) 17, i'
Tetanus ............................... ...... 00 I ) 0 14 2 0 0 0 I 2)) 2
Trichinosis ................................. 19 9 )2 9 2 16 14 21 10 11 I 5
Tularemia .................................. .64 10 1 I I 7 2' it 28 21 2h
Typhoid fever ............................. .'.,4 28 2 4 20 16 17 410 48 47 17 1

Typhus fever ..............................
Fl ea-borne (endemic, urine) .. ..... ... 28 2 2 1
Tick-borne (Rocky Mountain spotted) ..... 281 2 45 61 9 4 1 21) 11

Rabies in animals ............... ........ 4,, 4 /4 / 4.18 )559 498 >68 t44 i78 3)I ) 3 104 294. 3.


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TABLE 5. REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES:
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, 1965


ASEPTIC
AREA AMEBIASIS ANTHRAX MENINGITIS BOTULISM BRUCELLOSIS DIPHTHERIA


UNITED STATES 2,768 7 2,329 19 262 164

NEW ENGLAND .......... 31 1 70 7 2
Maine .................. 5 1
New Hampshire .........
Vermont ............... I
Massachusetts .......... 5 1 44 4 2
Rhode Island ............ 16 1
Connecticut ............. 26 5

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 1.285 5 220 1 6 6
New York City .......... 969 54 3
Upstate New York ....... 28 61 3 1
New Jersey ............. 227 3 56 1 1
Pennsylvania............ 61 2 49 2 2

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.. 170 390 33 8
Ohio ................... 5 55 3 2
Indiana................. 2 54 3 2
Illinois................. 149 128 18 3
Michigan ............... 7 119 1
Wisconsin .............. 7 34 8 1

WEST NORTH CENTRAL.. 29 159 120 19
Minnesota .............. 6 114 8 7
Iowa ................... 14 25 78 1
Missouri ............... 5 13 12
North Dakota ........... 2
South Dakota ............ 4 11 8
Nebraska ............... 1 5 2
Kansas................. 4 2 4 1

SOUTH ATLANTIC........ 121 1 173 1 30 33
Delaware............... 31 -
Maryland ............... 15 3 1
District of Columbia ..... 3 1 3
Virginia ................ 41 1 17 9
West Virginia ........... 2 3 2
North Carolina .......... 27 25 5 3
South Carolina .......... 15 1
Georgia ................ 2 10 16
Florida................. 31 78 4 10
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 89 250 7 7 38
Kentucky ............... 6 102 5 1
Tennessee.............. .. 51 108 3 2
Alabama ................ 30 29 2 2 32
Mississippi............. 2 11 1 4

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 465 252 31 42
Arkansas............... 11 10 10 2
Louisiana .............. 23 17 5 11
Oklahoma .............. 4 15 9 1
Texas .................. 427 210 7 28

MOUNTAIN .............. 267 93 3 9 2
Montana ................ 2 1
Idaho .................. 1 4 3 4 -
Wyoming ............... 1 6 1
Colorado ............... 11 8 1
New Mexico ............ 40 10 1
Arizona ................ 206 41 3
Utah ................... 18 -
Nevada................. 8 4

PACIFIC................. 311 722 7 19 14
Washington ............. 1 55 5 1 9
Oregon................. 6 14 -
California .............. 298 608 2 16 5
Alaska ................. 3 -
Hawaii ................. 6 42 -


Puerto Rico .............. 2 16










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TABLE 5. REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES

UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, 1965 Continued


INF(t'1tl' ENCEPHALITIS CAUE SPE IFI ED
AREA ARBOV IRSES POST-INFECTIOUS OTHER NKO
WE SE L AI : II MHP M1ASIIS CIIICKENPOX RIBE{L.A SPECIFIED

UNITED STATES 2,703 172 58 8 59 634 171 112 7 57 1,425

NEW EM.Nl AM) ......... 16 45 25 10 -56
Maine ...... ........ 9 3
New Hampshire ......... -
Vermont ..... ........ -
Massachusetts .. ...... 19 12 4 25
Rhode Island ............ .o 12
Connect icut ............. 23 1 3 4 13

M\IDDI_ E ATLANTIC ...... 589 3 1 121 22 27 3 25 387
New York City .. ....... 228 64 2 9 7 146
Upstate New York ....... 102 25 6 9 2 5 55
New Jersey ............. 1 2 1 12 2 4 9 121
Penns lIani a............ ls 20 12 5 1 4 65

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.. 281 2 3 49 54 29 16 3 6 119
Ohio ................... 143 I 28 13 9 2 2 88
Indiana ................. 19 I -7 4 4 2 l
Illinois ................. 39 1 17 3 7 3 7
M ichigan ................ 61 19 11 5 2 23
W iscon rin .............. 19 1 14 1 2 -- I

WEST NORTH CENTRAL.. 254 41 6 7 40 10 4 5 141
Minnesota .............. 60 2 1 31 4 3 2 17
Iowa ................... 3 6 2 3 23
Missouri ............... 23 4 4 4 1 9
North Dakota ........... 51 21 29
South Dakota............ 12 3 -- 9
Nebraska............... 14 1 1 11
Kansas ................. 60 10 1 2 2 2 43

SOUTH ATLANTIC........ 300 7 3 90 18 14 8 160
Delaware............... 4 1 3
Maryland............... 16 l 1 5 1 1 7
District of Columbia..... 2 l
Virginia................ 55 11 3 5 1 35
West Virginia........... 5 1 4
North Carolina .......... 33 1 3 3 3 4 3 16
South Carolina .......... 5 1 4
Georgia ................ 11 2 -- 9
Florida ................. 169 3 74 6 3 2 81

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 94 17 11 4 2 60
Kentucky ............... 14 3 I 10
Tennessee .............. 28 3 4 3 1 17
Alabama ................ 34 10 3 21
Mississippi ............. 18 1 4 1 12

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 180 20 26 38 12 6 1 3 74
Arkansas............... 20 3 3 1 1 12
Louisiana .............. 30 7 4 2 1 16
Oklahoma .............. 16 16
Texas .................. 114 20 26 28 5 3 2 30

MOUNTAIN .............. 396 100 19 22 10 3 1 241
Montana................ 34 15 1 5 1 1 1 10
Idaho .................. 12 12
Wyoming ............... 19 11 2 6
Colorado ............... 269 68 18 6 5 172
New Mexico ............ 10 6 4
Arizona ................ 16 2 14
Utah ................... 34 9 4 21
Nevada................. 2 2

PACIFIC................. 473 9 1 207 34 28 7 187
Washington ............. 16 11 3 1 1
Oregon ................. 36 11 2 2 6 15
California .............. 409 9 1 185 28 24 162
Alaska ................. 3 1 2
Hawaii ................. 9 1 1 7


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


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UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, 1965 Continued




MALARIA
AREA HEPATITIS (Acquired MENINGOCOCCAL PERTUSSIS
AREA (Infectious LEPROSY LEPTOSPIROSIS Outside and MEASLES. INFECTIONS (Whooping Cough)
and Serum) Within U.S.)


UNITED STATES 33,856 96 84 147 261,904 3.040 6.799

NEW ENGLAND .......... 1,846 3 3 12 37,607 147 557
Maine .................. 336 1 2,949 19 85
New Hampshire ......... 174 490 10 4
Vermont ............... 93 1,461 9 83
Massachusetts .......... 721 3 2 5 19,512 61 77
Rhode Island ............ 207 3,973 17 242
Connecticut ............. 315 7 9,222 31 66

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 6,001 4 4 45 19, 590 377 660
New York City .......... 1,248 4 5 4,127 68 194
Upstate New York ....... 2,258 1 6 4,480 121 155
New Jersey ............. 1,050 3 4 4,160 85 106
Pennsylvania ............ 1,445 30 6,823 103 205

EAST NORTH CENTRAL .. 6,618 4 14 3 65,835 459 1,759
Ohio ................... 1,748 1 7 2 9,258 123 148
Indiana................. 568 2,337 56 150
Illinois ................. 1,247 3 5 1 5,036 125 497
Michigan ............... 2,625 2 28,132 107 612
Wisconsin .............. 430 21,072 48 352

WEST NORTH CENTRAL.. 1,852 2 7 3 14,065 151 179
Minnesota .............. 236 948 35 38
Iowa ................... 593 7 5,618 14 44
Missouri ............... 402 3 2,681 56 68
North Dakota ...... ..... 35 4,223 15 19
South Dakota............ 24 116 4 3
Nebraska............... 103 1 479 11 7
Kansas ................. 459 1 NN 16 NN

SOUTH ATLANTIC ........ 3,557 3 11 25 27,706 587 713
Delaware ............... 95 532 11 10
Maryland................ 644 1 1 5 1,427 68 35
District of Columbia ..... 57 176 12 3
Virginia ................ 780 4 4,524 75 165
West Virginia........... 467 2 14,883 30 180
North Carolina .......... 397 3 8 379 122 78
South Carolina .......... 148 1 4 1,267 68 41
Georgia ................ 166 2 1 688 71 26
Florida................. 803 2 2 3 3,830 130 175
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 2. 384 8 2 16,474 246 451
Kentucky ............... 870 2 3,802 87 .68
Tennessee.............. 805 6 8,994 75 286
Alabama ................ 413 1 2,511 47 57
Mississippi ............. 296 I 1,167 37 40

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 2,768 44 12 6 32,352 386 774
Arkansas ............... 348 2 1 1,195 19 25
Louisiana .............. 472 3 5 3 144 203 4
Oklahoma .............. 62 2 242 24 56
Texas .................. 1,886 41 5 30,771 140 689

MOUNTAIN .............. 1,919 1 10 5 18,617 112 464
Montana ................. 163 1 1,461 3 30
Idaho .................. 203 8 3,209 15 42
Wyoming ............... 61 883 6 12
Colorado ................ 403 3 6,027 30 98
New Mexico ............ 396 694 11 6
Arizona ................ 383 l 1,593 24 223
Utah ................... 229 1 4,494 11 51
Nevada................. 81 2 256 12 2

PACIFIC ................. 6,911 35 15 46 29,658 575 1,242
Washington ............. 586 1 2 7,944 61 115
Oregon................. 611 1 3 3,553 43 268
California .............. 5,393 13 6 41 13,873 449 849
Alaska ................. 231 238 15 9
Hawaii ................. 90 21 8 4,050 7 1

Puerto Rico .............. 1,474 -1 2,977 14 180










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TABLE 5. RFPORTE1) CASES OF N01IHABHLE DISEASES:
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION. BY STATE, 1965 Continued




POLIOMYELITS1 11 As 1ONK I. 1' I
AREA PSITTACOSIS- RHEUMATIC (Fc ludinI
AIRA ORNITIlOSIS FEVER, ACUTE Typhoid
Tlt a',i ,

UNITED STATES 72 61 10 60 4,998 17,161 11,027

NEW ENCI AN[ .......... I 1 4 14 1,412 135
M aine ................ -- 1 10 34 t2
New Hampshire ......... ... 53 8
Vermont ............... I5 1
Massachusetts .......... I- I ... 908 48
Rhode Island........ ..... 14 120 7
Connecticut............. -2 9 252 59

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 4 4 -5 .3, 059 970
New York City .......... 2 ... 843 501
Upstate New York ....... I 2 ... 912 139
New Jersey ............. 3 3 ... 488 55
Pennsylvania............ I ... 816 275

EAST NORTH CENTRAL .. 5 5 11 2,946 2,643 1,645
Ohio ................... 2 1,120 362 319
Indiana................. 66 252 77
Illinois................. 4 4 -5 1,705 1,050 649
Michigan ............... 1 1 i ... 510 348
Wisconsin .............. .- 3 55 469 252

WEST NORTH CENTRAL.. 11 10 1 5 319 969 682
Minnesota .............. 1 1 5 30 379 173
Iowa ................... 4 3 1 30 108 236
Missouri ............... 1 1 71 115 68
North Dakota ........... 183 28 31
South Dakota............ ... 16 37
Nebraska............... 4 4 ... 14 19
Kansas ................. 1 1 5 309 118

SOUTH ATLANTIC........ 3 3 5 63 3,816 1,910
Delaware............... 4 45 39
Maryland............... 1 2 ... 514 261
District of Columbia..... 1 228 86
Virginia................ I ... 459 174
West Virginia ........... ---- 36 19 12
North Carolina ..- ... 423 145
South Carolina .......... 1 1 8
Georgia ................ 22 822 672
Florida................. -1 ... 1,295 513

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 4 2 2 5 613 535 560
Kentucky ............... 1 1 1 227 180 51
Tennessee ............ 2 1 1 4 236 191 369
Alabama ................ 150 126 66
Mississippi .............1 1 ... 38 74

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 26 24 2 8 106 1,002 1,406
Arkansas ............... 2 2 5 148 161
Louisiana .............. 2 1 1 10 383 134
Oklahoma .............. 2 2 4 80 111
Texas .................. 20 19 1 8 87 391 1,000

MOUNTAIN .............. 7 3 3 3 709 712 1,075
Montana ................ 18 59 172
Idaho .................. 297 44 35
Wyoming ............... 88 1 2-
Colorado ............... 1 1 76 218 259
New Mexico ............ 2 1 10 116 392
Arizona ................ 4 2 2 1 93 147 152
Utah ................... 2 123 101 54
Nevada ................. 4 26 9

PACIFIC................. 11 9 2 14 208 3,013 2,644
Washington ............. 4 3 1 1 75 463 280
Oregon ................. 1 1 1 36 240 466
California .............. 6 5 1 12 92 1,7812 1,617
Alaska ................. 5 7 16
Hawaii ................. 522 265

Puerto Rico .............. 47 8 5


1. Includes one unspecified case of poliomyelitis from New Mexico.
2. An estimated 18,000 additional cases of salmonellosis occurred in
epidemic.


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TABLE 5. REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES:
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, 1965 Continued



STREPTOCOCCAL TYPHUS FEVER
SORE THROAT TYPHOID
AREA AND TETANUS TRICHINOSIS TULAREMIA FEVER Flea-borne Tick-borne
SCARLET (Murine) (Rocky Mountain
FEVER Spotted Fever)


UNITED STATES 395, 168 300 199 264 454 28 281

NEW ENGLAND .......... 40,582 5 41 2 6 1
Maine.................. 4,794 9
New Hampshire ......... 639 1---
Vermont ............. .. 809 -
Massachusetts .......... 5,842 3 14 2 3 -
Rhode Island............ 2,123 4 1
Connecticut ............. 26,375 1 14 2 1

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 18,554 24 70 1 67 53
New York City .......... 821 6 26 31 1
Upstate New York ....... 12,267 6 22 1 14 8
New Jersey ............. 2,848 2 16 6 17
Pennsylvania ............ 2,618 10 6 16 27

EAST NORTH CENTRAL .. 38,518 37 17 26 56 1 22
Ohio ................... 5,071 3 10 19 10
Indiana ................. 5,497 10 9 17 -
Illinois................. 6,167 18 4 14 9 1 9
Michigan ............... 14,622 3 2 2 7 3
Wisconsin .............. 7,161 3 1 1 4 -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL.. 17,087 29 30 34 17 4
Minnesota .............. 522 12 29 1 1
Iowa ................... 3,768 5 1 2 1
Missouri ............... 1,188 7 21 10 1
North Dakota ........... 7,439 1 -
South Dakota ............ 995 4 -
Nebraska............... 95 2 2 3
Kansas................. 3,080 2 6 1 2

SOUTH ATLANTIC ........ 48, 101 67 6 35 69 2 134
Delaware............... 1,261 5 1
Maryland............... 7,394 3 1 2 10 21
District of Columbia ..... 430 1 1
Virginia ................ 11,135 5 9 9 43
West Virginia.......... 14,907 1 1 3 5
North Carolina.......... 872 10 1 8 13 41
South Carolina .......... 2,327 6 1 3 9 6
Georgia ................ 745 13 12 14 16
Florida................. 9,030 29 2 1 6 1
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 62,761 38 8 31 46 2 31
Kentucky ............... 5,325 7 6 4 7 7
Tennessee.............. 50,727 15 2 25 18 1 22
Alabama................ 3,001 14 1 11 1 2
Mississippi............. 3,708 2 1 10 -

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 35, 972 71 2 102 65 19 11
Arkansas............... 121 13 66 16 1 7
Louisiana .............. 161 13 9 12 1
Oklahoma .............. 1,854 4 10 10 3
Texas.................. 33,836 41 2 17 27 18

MOUNTAIN .............. 64,808 3 2 21 49 23
Montana................ 2,139 6 1 5
Idaho .................. 5,623 1 3
Wyoming ...... ..... 1,328 4 1 4
Colorado ............... 28,116 2 2 1 9
New Mexico ............ 12,184 29 1
Arizona ................ 6,270 1 14 1
Utah ................... 9,005 10 1 -
Nevada................. 143 2 -

PACIFIC................. 68,785 26 23 12 79 3 3
Washington ............. 18,170 7 -
Oregon................. 1,005 4 -5 6 I
California .............. 43,488 21 23 7 66 3 2
Alaska ................. 1,870 -
Hawaii ................. 4,252 1 --

Puerto Rico.............. 591 70 18 1










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TABLE 6. NEWLY REPORTED CASES OF VENEREAL DISEASES:
UNITED STATES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY STATE, AGE, 1 X. AND RA(IE (Civilian (awse Only), 1965


SYPHILIS
ALL PRIMARY &
AREA STAGES SECONDARY GONORRHEA CHANCROID OTHER*


I'NI I['.i STATES

NEW ENGI.ANI) ..........

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

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ......

New York City ..........
Upstate New York .......
New Jersey .............
Pennsylvania............

EAST NORTH CENTRAL ..

Ohio .. ..............
Indiana .................
Illino i .................
Mlichigdn .. ............
\ ,icCo n -n ......... .....

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .

Minnesota ..............
Iowa ................. .
M issouri..............
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 .................


112,842

3, 254

252
93
18
1,835
360
696

'. 017

16,946
2,680
4,938
5,453

19, 539

4,596
1,059
7,018
5,638
1,228

6,341

223
737
3,903
19
161
406
892

21,579

612
3,227
1,474
2,300
1,326
2,294
1,772
2,442
6,132

6,633

1,596
1,865
2,254
918

10, 593

1,198
2,861
1,290
5,244

2,585

160
23
98
553
694
614
157
286

12,301

305
420
11,439
27
110


23,338

477




3(10
23
1 2

4, 945

2,889
558
944
554

3, 031

648
63
1,382
860
/8

553

91
49
248
2
19
88
36

6,735

56
485
495
326
107
1,004
851
1,055
2,356

2,689

138
503
1,417
631

2,330

202
661
111
1,356

546

21
9
9
51
112
268
21
55

2,032

70
4/
1,875
8
32


-2.925

8, 164

386
226
201
4,416
308
;,627

48,923

28,987
308
3,938
8,690

62, 980

13,703
4,116
28,829
14,319
2,013

18,322

2,230
2,558
8,783
496
671
1,037
2,547

66,002

1,098
6,449
9,982
7,762
867
9,891
7,769
11,381
10,803

21,741

3,561
9,716
3,869
4,595

42,510

6,066
5,124
3,199
28,121

9, 632

465
972
161
2,057
1,565
3,161
484
767

46,651

3,387
2,463
39,550
897
354


1,033

6


AGE DISTRIBUTION


Syphilis,
Primary &
Age Group Secondary Gonorrhea

0-14 281 4,525

15-19 4,039 66,947

20-24 6,575 114,945

25-29 4,544 64,525

30-39 4,973 52,588

40-49 2,055 15,709

50+ 871 5,686


Total 23,338 324,925


DISTRIBUTION by SEX by RACE

Syphilis, All Stages

White Nonwhite

Male 25,313 36,887

Female 17,619 33,023

Total 42,932 69,910


Syphilis, Primary & Secondary


Male 3,915 10,439

Female 1,254 7,730

Total 5,169 18,169


Gonorrhea


Male 64,714 180,498

Female 25, 164 54,549

Total 89,878 235,047


CONGENITAL SYPHILIS
AGE DISTRIBUTION

Percent of
Age Group Number Total
1 357 10.0

1-4 46 1.3

5-9 77 2.2

10+ 3,084 86.5

Total 3,564 100.0


Puerto Rico .............. 1,841 876 2,687 12 6
Virgin Islands ............ 446 24 261 1
*Granuloma inguinale and Lymphogranuloma venereum.









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TABLE 7. RABIES IN MAN AND ANIMALS, BY STATE, BY TYPE OF ANIMAL, UNITED STATES, 1965

FROM REPORTS TO THE NATIONAL RABIES SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM, CDC-PHS



Human Rabies in the United States, 1965

BITING NATURE OF INCUBATION DURATION OF DATE AND PLACE
LOCALITY AGE SEX ANIMAL EXPOSURE PERIOD ILLNESS OF DEATH

West Virginia 60 M Dog Bite orr right hand 23 mos. 8 days 5/21/65, W. Va.

Mexico 3 F Dog Bite over right ear 10 days 11 days 12/8/65, Calif.



Rabies in Animals by Type of Animal Reported Through Surveillance Program State Report,
Notifiable Diseases
OTHER OTHER TOTAL
AREA DOG CATTLE DOMESTIC FOX SKUNK BAT RACCOON WILD CONFIRMED TOTAL CASES

UNITED STATES ....... 411 533 376 1,038 1,582 484 99 42 4,565 4,574

NEW ENGLAND ...........
Maine ................... 3 1 4 4
New Hampshire .......... 1 2 1 1 1 6 6
Vermont ................ 1 3 1 26 1 32 32
Massachusetts ........... 3 3 3
Rhode Island............. 1 1 1
Connecticutt ............. 2 2 4 4
MIDDLE ATLANTIC .......
New York ............... 7 56 14 100 66 14 2 259 259
New Jersey .............. 21 21
Pennsylvania ............. 1 1 1 3 3 5 14 14
EAST NORTH CENTRAL ...
Ohio .................... 8 14 7 32 280 6 2 349 350
Indiana.................. 11 10 7 9 37 2 1 77 76
Illinois .................. 18 24 82 11 158 13 4 3 313 317
Michigan ................ 12 6 9 1 37 3 68 68
Wisconsin ............... 20 16 9 3 21 1 1 71 71
WEST NORTH CENTRAL ...
Minnesota ............... 7 26 9 2 127 4 1 1 177 190
Iowa .................... 11 56 36 1 118 6 3 1 232 232
Missouri ................ 23 15 10 28 51 2 2 131 131
North Dakota ............ 1 14 5 29 1 50 50
South Dakota ............. 2 19 17 1 29 1 69 68
Nebraska ................ 2 7 5 23 1 1 39 39
Kansas.................. 1 4 14 121 5 3 148 148
SOUTH ATLANTIC ........
Maryland................ 1 3 1 22 27 27
Virginia ........... ..... 13 58 21 239 3 2 2 338 340
West Virginia............ 6 8 5 7 1 27 27
North Carolina........... 1 2 3 3
South Carolina ........... ..- 2 1 3 3
Georgia ................. 3 1 4 6 15 45 74 75
Florida.................. 4 1 3 38 32 78 78
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ...
Kentucky ................ 28 8 17 42 7 2 104 104
Tennessee............... 42 98 36 394 72 30 1 8 681 681
Alabama ................ 2 1 12 1 2 18 18
Mississippi.............. 42 42 42
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ...
Arkansas................ 14 12 3 15 32 7 1 84 99
Louisiana ............... 21 1 1 59 2 5 1 90 90
Oklahoma ............... 11 17 6 70 36 3 143 141
Texas ................... 89 39 43 25 165 29 6 3 399 389
MOUNTAIN ...............
Montana................. 1 3 4 8 9
Idaho.................... 15 15 15
Wyoming ................ 5 1 6 6
Colorado ................ 1 10 11 11
New Mexico ............. 8 3 10 21 21
Arizona ................. 22 4 6 7 14 1 6 60 60
Utah .................... 2 2 2
PACIFIC ..................
Washington .............. 22 22 22
Oregon.................. 1 8 9 9
California ............... 19 17 4 1 107 71 3 222 229
Alaska .................. 1 1 8 10 10

Puerto Rico .............. 1 3 2 12 18 18
States not reporting a case not listed.









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TABLE 8. REPORTED CASES OF SELECT(ID NOTIFIABIF DISIA FS BY STATE, BY AGE, 1965

(A) DIPHT IERIA

AREA Total 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ Ink.

UNITED STATES 164 3 49 55 17 11 6 3 8 6 2 1 3
NEW ENGLAND .......... 2 1 1

Maine ............... ...
New Hampshire ........
Vermont................ -
Massachusetts .......... 2 i
Rhode Island ............ -
Connecticut ............ -

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 6 1 1 1 3

New York City .......... 3 1 1 i
Upstate New York ....... 1 i
New Jersey .............
Pennsylvania ............ 2 1 1

EAST NORTH CENTRAL .. 8 1 2 1 2 1 1

Ohio ................... 2 1 1-
Indiana ................. 2 1 -
Illinois ................. 3 1 2
Michigan ............... -
Wisconsin .............. 1 1 -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL 19 2 8 3 1 1 1 1 2

Minnesota .............. 7 1 3 1 1 -
Iowa ................... I 1 -
Missouri ............... -
North Dakota ........... -
South Dakota ........... 8 4 3 1 -
Nebraska............... 2 1 1
Kansas ................. I 1

SOUTH ATLANTIC ....... 33 11 13 2 1 2 1 3
Delaware...............
Maryland............... -
District of Columbia .... 3 1 2
Virginia ... .. .- -......
West Virginia........... .- -
North Carolina.......... 3 i 1 1
South Carolina .......... 1 I -.
Georgia ................ 16 5 6 2 1 1 1
Florida ................ 10 3 4 1 2

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 38 2 16 11 6 1 1 1

Kentucky ............... -
Tennessee .............. 2 1 1 -
Alabama................ 32 13 10 6 1 1 1
Mississippi............. 4 1 2 1 .

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL.. 42 1 14 13 2 5 2 5

Arkansas............... 2 2 -
Louisiana .............. 11 3 8
Oklahoma .............. 1 -
Texas.................. 28 1 11 5 2 2 2 -

MOUNTAIN .............. 2 1 1

Montana................ 1 I -
Idaho................ -
Wyoming ...............
Colorado ...............
New Mexico ............ 1
Arizona ............... -
Utah ................. -
Nevada ................. --

PACIFIC................. 14 4 6 3 1

Washington ............. 9 2 3 3 -1 -
Oregon ................. -
California .............. 5 2 3 -
Alaska ................. -
Hawaii ................. -
Puerto Rico ............. 16 1 4 3 1 1 1 7 9 1









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(B) HEPATITIS (Infectious and serum)

AREA Total <1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ Unk.
UNITED STATES ....... 33, 856
*46 States ............... 30,947 88 1,187 5,537 4,746 3,751 3,635 2,642 3,448 2,002 1,178 1,116 1,617
NEW ENGLAND ..........
Maine.................. 336 5 64 54 57 29 15 47 22 16 9 18
New Hampshire ......... 174 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .....
Vermont................ 93 8 13 12 7 14 12 6 6 4 11
Massachusetts ........... 721 16 112 120 87 98 78 84 59 25 29 13
Rhode Island.............. 207 1 4 29 20 27 30 22 28 21 12 10 3
Connecticut............. 315 9 26 38 51 56 24 42 27 13 8 21

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ......

New York City .......... 1,248 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Upstate New York ....... 2,258 2 43 426 420 301 215 163 284 173 97 89 45
New Jersey ............. 1,050 6 15 85 131 177 141 94 177 106 56 62 -
Pennsylvania............ 1,445 1 33 236 247 224 163 124 174 99 73 71 -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL ..
Ohio ................... 1,748 3 57 359 298 195 156 121 195 113 62 60 129
Indiana................. 568 3 33 123 115 68 59 47 54 22 19 14 11
Illinois ................. 1,247 4 62 261 212 120 105 73 131 84 47 81 67
Michigan ............... 2,625 6 88 523 411 331 241 238 289 152 81 69 196
W isconsin .............. 430 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .
Minnesota .............. 236 1 8 29 24 24 31 18 19 23 14 21 24
Iowa ................... 593 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Missouri ............... 402 16 91 75 44 42 36 32 26 8 15 17
North Dakota ........... 35 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 3 1 1
South Dakota ........... 24 4 4 1 2 4 3 1 1 2 2
Nebraska............... 103 2 17 15 6 10 9 23 5 3 2 11
Kansas ................. 459 1 13 100 85 50 57 42 54 29 12 14 2

SOUTH ATLANTIC .......

Delaware ............... 95 11 7 16 15 9 15 11 2 1 8
Maryland ............... 644 1 21 147 127 98 84 48 54 32 18 11 3
District of Columbia ..... 57 2 3 8 5 11 8 10 5 4 1 -
Virginia................ 780 4 31 103 108 97 72 55 71 57 36 26 120
West Virginia ........... 467 1 14 154 128 56 28 17 32 15 10 1 11
North Carolina .......... 397 15 55 50 50 81 35 46 27 16 16 6
South Carolina .......... 148 1 6 17 19 24 25 13 15 9 6 2 11
Georgia ................ 166 7 32 34 16 16 15 8 6 4 8 20
Florida ................ 803 6 38 87 81 65 99 73 119 73 45 70 47

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ..

Kentucky ............... 870 1 23 218 177 96 46 31 38 23 13 18 186
Tennessee.............. 805 1 24 178 182 112 73 66 70 42 30 27
Alabama ................ 413 4 16 56 76 45 44 30 45 17 24 28 28
Mississippi............. .296 2 7 44 26 53 45 23 28 13 12 13 30

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ..
Arkansas............... 348 2 16 52 71 40 47 40 36 14 11 19 -
Louisiana .............. 472 4 9 73 76 64 58 56 58 33 21 17 3
Oklahoma .............. 62 3 15 7 3 9 1 7 5 6 4 2
Texas.................. 1,886 10 131 409 282 202 226 130 189 117 76 38 76

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

Montana................ 163 1 27 29 18 23 9 8 12 7 6 4 19
Idaho ................... 203 2 8 46 36 24 12 13 10 14 9 6 23
Wyoming ............... 61 2 12 10 5 5 6 9 3 4 1 4
Colorado ............... 403 2 21 106 71 42 40 30 49 14 12 14 2
New Mexico ............ 396 2 35 96 44 22 21 15 16 8 15 3 119
Arizona ................ 383 ... .... ... ... ... ... ...
Utah ................... 229 9 48 28 26 24 18 25 16 12 7 16
Nevada................. 81 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

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

Washington ............. 586 28 83 75 50 71 63 89 51 26 21 29
Oregon................. 611 1 26 98 88 83 76 58 66 39 25 30 21
California .............. 5,393 10 247 814 600 614 892 628 643 339 186 167 253
Alaska ................. 231 5 16 49 25 34 29 12 18 34 1 8
Hawaii ................. 90 1 5 6 6 30 15 18 6 2 1

Puerto Rico .............. 1,474 6 147 512 277 161 89 56 83 53 25 24 41
*Hepatitis cases reported in accordance with age groupings established by consensus of the State and Territorial Epidemiologists.









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(C) MENINGOC(XCCAL INFECTIONS

AREA Total 1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ JInk.
'NIfED STATES........ 3,040
'50 States ............... 2,980 638 953 339 183 213 168 43 73 92 91 68 119
NEW ENG.AND ........

Maine .................. 19 6 6 2 2 1 1 1
New Hampshire ......... 10 1 2 1 1 2 3
Vermont................ 9 4 4 1
Massachusetts .......... 61 22 20 3 4 2 2 1 1 1 3 1 1
Rhode Island ............ 17 1 10 2 1 1 1 1
Connecticut............. 31 5 9 5 2 2 3 3 2

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ......

New York City .......... 68 12 24 3 4 4 3 1 2 5 7 3
Upstate New York ....... 121 23 47 16 4 4 5 1 3 8 6 3 1
New Jersey ............. 85 12 23 5 4 13 8 2 3 6 7 2
Pennsylvania............ 103 19 43 13 4 2 4 3 1 5 3 6

EAST NORTH CENTRAL ..
Ohio ................... 123 30 42 17 6 3 5 1 2 3 4 2 8
Indiana................. 56 20 18 4 3 2 1 2 3 1 2
Illinois................. 125 33 29 14 9 14 5 3 5 5 5 2 1
Michigan ............... 107 37 32 10 3 9 3 1 2 4 1 3 2
W isconsin .............. 48 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 37

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .
Minnesota .............. 35 8 13 1 5 2 1 2 1 1 1
Iowa ................... 14 1 1 2 3 2 1 4
Missouri ............... 56 7 9 4 4 9 17 1 2 2 1
North Dakota ........... 15 2 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
South Dakota ........... 4 1 1 1 1
Nebraska............... 11 2 4 1 1 2 1
Kansas................. 16 2 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 3

SOUTH ATLANTIC .......

Delaware............... 11 3 4 2 1 1
Maryland............... 68 17 29 6 8 3 1 1 2 1
District of Columbia ..... 12 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2
Virginia................ 75 14 30 9 3 7 2 2 1 1 1 5
West Virginia........... 30 6 7 4 2 4 1 1 1 1 3
North Carolina.......... 122 31 31 17 9 8 8 3 5 3 2 4 1
South Carolina .......... 68 5 12 6 4 11 23 1 1 2 1 2
Georgia ................ 71 15 20 10 2 5 6 2 1 6 1 3
Florida ................ 130 26 41 14 8 10 4 1 4 8 8 3 3

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ..

Kentucky ............... 87 14 20 10 3 2 1 2 1 34
Tennessee.............. 75 19 29 12 4 6 1 I 1 2
Alabama................ 47 6 17 8 6 1 1 1 1 2 1 3
Mississippi............. 37 7 13 4 4 5 1 1 1 1

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ..

Arkansas............... 19 4 8 2 1 1 1 1 1
Louisiana .............. 203 38 56 35 23 19 16 2 3 3 3 2 3
Oklahoma .............. 24 5 10 2 2 3 2
Texas .................. 140 31 50 27 6 7 5 2 3 4 3 1 1

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

Montana................. 3 2 -
Idaho ................... 15 4 3 3 2 2 1
Wyoming ............... 6 2 2 1 1
Colorado ............... 30 3 5 6 1 3 2 2 2 1 5
New Mexico ............ 11 3 5 1 1 -
Arizona ................ 24 2 9 2 1 1 -1 1 7
Utah ................... 11 2 4 2 1 1 -
Nevada ................. 12 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 12

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

Washington ............. 61 11 25 5 4 5 1 1 4 2 2 1
Oregon ................. 43 8 15 8 5 3 2 1 1
California .............. 449 100 154 41 24 35 19 4 16 12 17 10 17
Alaska ................. 15 9 3 3 -
Hawaii ................. 7 1 3 1 I -

Puerto Rico .............. 14 4 4 2 2 1 1
*Meningococcal infections cases reported in accordance with age groupings established by consensus of the
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(D) POLIOMYELITIS PARALYTIC*

AREA TOTAL < l 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ Unknown


UNITED STATES .......

NEW ENGLAND ..........
Massachusetts ..........

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ......

Upstate New York .......
New Jersey .............

EAST NORTH CENTRAL..
Illinois .................
Michigan ...............

WEST NORTH CENTRAL..

Minnesota ..............
Iowa ...................
Missouri ...............
Nebraska...............
Kansas .................
SOUTH ATLANTIC .......

Maryland ..............
South Carolina ..........
Georgia ................
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ..

Tennessee ..............
Mississippi.............

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL..

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

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

Colorado ...............
Arizona ................

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

Washington .............
Oregon.................
California ..............


POLIOMYELITIS NONPARALYTIC OR UNSPECIFIED
UNITED STATES ......... 11 1 5 2 1 1 1

Arizona ................ 2 2
California .............. 1 1
Iowa ................... 1 I
Kentucky ............... 1 1
Louisiana .............. 1 1
New Mexico ............ 2 1 -
Tennessee.............. 1
Texas .................. 1 1 -
Washington ............. 1 -


*States not reporting a case not listed









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({ ) ITI \NAM'



UNITED STATES A IU 30 15 21 14 8 0 12 21 29 9' 1
NEW ENGLAND ........ 1 1 12

Marine ........... .......- .
New Hlampshire ......... 1
Vermont.............
Massachusetts ....- -
Rhode Island .......
Connecticut ........ .

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 24 1 1 5 2 2 h 1

New York ( It .......... -1 3 1
Upstate New York ....... -
New Jersey ............. I I
Pennsylvania ............ 2 4

EAST NORTH CENTRAL .. 1 2 2 2 2 1 6 5 1 -

Ohio ................... 2
Indiana ................. 2 f
Illinois ................. 18 l l 2
M ichiga.in ............... I i -
i I on' i ......... ... 3 I I I

WEST NORTH CENTRAL 29 1 1 1 4 2 5 14 1

Minnesota .............. 12 I 2 2 6 1
Iowa ................... i I 2
M issouri ............... i 2
North Dakota ..........- -
South Dakota ........... -
Nebraska .... .......... 2 -2
Kansas ................. 2 -

SOUTH ATLANTIC ....... 67 5 5 5 3 2 1 6 11 9 19 1

Delaware .. ........ ... .. -
Maryland............... 3 -
District of Columbia .....
Virginia ................ 5 5- 2 -
West Virginia ........... -
North Carolina .......... 1O I i I 3 4,
South Carolina ......... 6 1 1 2 -
Georgia ................ 13 2 1 1 1 1 3 2 2
Florida ................ 29 1 4 3 1 1 1 5 4 9

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 38 5 1 2 2 2 2 4 1 4 6 9 -

Kentucky ............... 7 1 1 2 I 2
Tennessee.............. 15 4 I i 2 1 3 3
Alabama................ 14 i 3 1 2 2 4 -
Mississippi............. 2 -

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL.. 71 25 5 7 3 1 4 1 1 1 8 15 -

Arkansas............... 13 2 1 1 1 2 1 5
Louisiana .............. 13 4 1 1 2 4
Oklahoma .............. 4 1 1 I 1
Texas.................. 41 18 2 5 2 1 2 1 5 5

MOUNTAIN .............. 3 1 2

Montana ................ .- -
Idaho ................... -
Wyoming ............... -
Colorado ............... 2 -
New Mexico ............
Arizona ................ I -
Utah ...... ............... -
Nevada ................. .- -

PACIFIC................. 26 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 4 8

Washington ..............
Oregon ................. 4 2 1 I
California .............. 21 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 7
Alaska .
Hawaii .................. -

Puerto Rico .............. 70 9 9 8 5 2 3 1 9 10 13 1









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(F) TYPHOID FEVER

AREA Total <1 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ Unk.

UNITED STATES 454 4 84 80 46 42 39 23 33 33 29 24 17
NEW ENGLAND .......... 6 2 1 2 1 -

M aine .................. -
New Hampshire .........
Vermont ............... -
Massachusetts .......... 3 -
Rhode Island ............ l -
Connecticut............. 2 1

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ...... 67 10 9 10 8 8 2 6 2 6 6

New York City .......... 31 5 3 5 5 4 1 3 1 2 2
Upstate New York ....... 14 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 2
New Jersey ............. 6 1 1 I 1 2
Pennsylvania............ 16 2 4 3 1 2 1 1 2 -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL.. 56 8 17 4 4 6 5 2 2 2 3 3

Ohio ................... 19 4 6 1 2 1 2 1 2
Indiana................. 17 2 5 2 1 2 1 2 1 1
Illinois ................. 9 1 3 1 1 1 1 -
Michigan ............... 7 1 3 1 2 -
Wisconsin .............. 4 1 1 2 -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL 17 1 1 2 4 2 1 2 1 3 -

Minnesota .............. 1 I -
Iowa ................... 2 1 1
Missouri ............... 10 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1
North Dakota ........... -
South Dakota ...........-
Nebraska............... 3 l 1 1
Kansas ................. 1 -

SOUTH ATLANTIC ....... 69 3 13 14 7 6 1 3 4 7 4 4 3

Delaware............... 5 1 1 2 1 -
Maryland............... 10 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 -
District of Columbia .....
Virginia................ 9 2 1 2 1 2 1
West Virginia ........... 3 1 1 -- -
North Carolina.......... 13 4 1 2 1 2 1 1 1
South Carolina .......... 9 1 2 2 3 l
Georgia ................ 14 8 3 1 1 -
Florida ................ 6 1 3 1

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 46 8 8 8 3 5 3 5 2 4

Kentucky ............... 7 2 1 1 1 1 1
Tennessee.............. 18 3 2 2 2 1 4 1 3
Alabama.. ............. 11 2 5 4 -
Mississippi.............. 10 1 1 1 4 2 I -
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .. 65 15 15 5 7 3 3 5 4 5 2 1

Arkansas............... 16 4 1 3 2 2 2 2 -
Louisiana .............. 12 2 4 1 1 1 2 1 -
Oklahoma .............. 10 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 -
Texas.................. 27 8 7 3 2 1 2 2 1 1

MOUNTAIN .............. 49 1 5 3 1 5 6 2 2 9 2 3 10

Montana................ 1 -
Idaho...................
Wyoming ............... I
Colorado ............... 1 -
New Mexico ............ 29 1 4 2 3 4 2 2 8 1 2
Arizona ................ 14 1 2 2 1 1 7
Utah ................... 1 1 -
Nevada ................. 2 2

PACIFIC ................. 79 22 13 8 5 8 4 5 5 7 2 -

Washington ............. 7 I I 1 3 1
Oregon ................. 6 1 1 1 2 -
California .............. 66 20 13 6 4 6 4 4 4 4 1
Alaska ................. -
Hawaii ................. -

Puerto Rico ............. 18 3 3 3 1 3 1 2 1 1









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TABLE 9. RI-PORI ED ( A.s1 OF %1l1.1( I') N01 LIABLE DISEASES BY STATE., BY MONTH, 1965

(A) III'A I'tIIS (Inlcctious and Serum)


AREA Total Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Mo.Unk

UNITED STATES 3, 8560 309 3.181 3,593 2.896 2,634 2.401 2, 56 2, 29 2,786 2,644 2 499 3, 161 7
NEW ENGLANI) ........... 1.846 184 193 225 174 155 151 114 117 158 124 122 129

Maine ........ ........... ... 4 42 45 1, is 18 2 3 17 1i / 2
New Hampshiire ..... .. I 1 5 :} 14 15 22 14 I 21 I i /
Vermont ...... ........ 93 20 10 5 3 21 6 1 8 8 2
Massachusetts ........... 721 5: 66 93 68 6.8 54 1 ,u V. 64 42 1 ,
Rhode Island............. ... 207 18 213 16 22 22 18 9 7 I t 4 22
Connecticut .............. 15, 4 26 15 21 .2 28 17 14 139 .1 18 19

MIDDLE ATLANT'IC ....... 6,001 640 514 617 486 417 415 501 441 4-'- 409 432 633

New York t' i ........... 1,248 104 80 134 94 75 93 103 103 98 114 123 127
Upstate New York ........ 2,258 326 248 232 178 144 127 191 141 175 110 120 264
New Jersey .............. 1,050o 68 131 90 112 80 114 /b 90 80 58 8/
Pennsylvania.......... 1,44, 152 118 114 124 86 115 93 19 133 105 131 155

EAST NORTH CENTRAL ... 6,618 589 688 650 524 525 482 394 458 574 508 523 693 10

Ohio .................... 1,/48 220 197 190 139 119 113 87 106 170 129 124 1.4 10
Indiana .................. 568 30 71 47 29 64 43 55 41 35 46 44 64
Illinois .................. 1,247 97 150 114 138 86 66 88 85 124 97 98 104
M i .hi'.In. ................ 2,625 210 248 248 189 208 225 146 201 19/ 207 231 315
\ i 1-0n.I in ......... ..... .. 430 2 23 51 29 48 35 18 25 48 29 26 66

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .. 1,852 250 191 203 235 169 99 107 100 118 126 127 127

Minnesota ............... 236 21 18 18 20 18 21 10 17 16 24 29 24
Iowa .............. ...... 93 116 (-4 64 102 54 27 29 40 18 23 25 31
Missouri ................ 402 41 36 40 36 49 21 46 12 25 30 39 27
North Dakota ............ .5 2 4 3 3 3 2 1 2 7 1 4 3
South Dakota ........ ... 24 4 2 2 5 3 I 1 2 2 2
Nebraska ................ 103 5 4 10 7 6 5 9 14 19 I 11
Kansas .................. 459 61 61 72 59 35 22 15 20 37 21 21 29

SOUTH ATLANTIC ........ 3, 557 380 270 356 308 265 263 223 263 284 312 249 327 57

Delaware ................ 95 6 22 18 6 6 I I 5 12 2 16 -
Maryland ................ 644 101 .3 75 29 35 41 21 47 38 49 54 89 10
District of Columbia...... 5. 5 2 6 5 3 5 1 9 3 3 8 7
V'irgini.j .u...... /80 63 40 101 123 58 48 32 49 81 81 51 53
W..sti \Vir'inia ........... 467 71 57 57 19 34 45 24 39 24 28 24 45
North .'.nil rd .a ........... 397 35 22 28 25 24 25 43 35 45 36 40 39
South Carolina ........... 148 19 14 3 11 19 13 9 16 22 9 7 6
Georgia ................. 166 12 14 9 10 9 10 13 10 3 13 5 11 47
Florida ................. 803 68 56 59 80 7/ 69 13 58 63 81 58 61

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 2.1S4 194 313 284 192 189 103 164 159 203 187 185 211

Kentucky .............. .. 810 61 112 106 63 55 31 63 41 100 61 /1 92
Tennessee ............... 805 8 128 118 50 65 24 48 4/ 48 70 58 .I
Alabama. .............. 413 34 548 31 36 38 34 32 39 39 31 26 25
Mississippi .............. 296 21 25 29 43 31 8 19 32 16 25 24 23

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 2,768 :49 292 259 244 207 196 263 195 213 219 172 159

Arkansas................ 348 36 58 48 21 23 30 17 34 23 14 19 25
Louisiana .............. ... 47 54 56 35 30 39 39 30 31 41 44 26
Oklahoma ............... 62 21 5 4 8 2 4 4 6 4 2 2
Texas ................... 1,886 245 175 151 180 152 123 203 125 159 160 10' 106

MOUNTAIN ............... 1,919 203 185 272 196 151 146 117 10(5 123 135 117 169

Montana ................. 163 15 20 13 13 10 12 6 6 12 30 15 11
Idaho .................... 203 36 15 49 36 15 6 5 10 12 2 9 8 -
'',< m irni .... ............ 61 14 9 1 2 4 2 2 1 3 2 8 13 -
( -lori 3 .................. 403 45 38 61 43 34 21 34 30 22 25 21 29
New Mexico ............. 396 31 27 52 32 41 47 25 11 31 21 22 50
Arizona ................. 383 41 35 44 29 30 31 26 35 31 26 30 25
Utah .................... 229 19 26 40 32 15 20 8 12 4. 16 12 25
Nevada .................. 81 2 15 12 9 2 7 11 8 7 8

PACIFIC .................. 6.911 520 535 727 537 556 546 473 491 617 624 572 713

.a h ri.gt on ................ 586 56 58 55 41 53 46 27 37 .6 38 52 77
Oregon.................. 611 56 34 72 36 43 51 41 38 58 62 39 81
California ............... 5,393 369 398 566 442 .442 428 385 404 496 4817 .46 530
Alaska .................. 231 34 42 31 16 14 12 15 7 15 10 18 17
Hawaii .................. 90 5 3 3 2 4 9 5 5 2 27 17 8

Puerto Rico ............... 1,474- 34 107 184 115 102 154 134 138 153 102 110 141









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(B) MEASLES (Rubeola)

AREA Total Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Mo.Unk.

UNITED STATES 261, 904 26,691 33,772 49, 815 46,601 39, 352 25, 873 8, 528 3, 245 2,430 3,881 6,58914,864 263
NEW ENGLAND .......... 37,607 7,169 7,085 9,388 6,182 4,197 2,334 349 160 94 130 182 337 -

Maine .................. 2,949 904 565 405 254 285 317 34 25 13 33 64 50 -
New Hampshire .......... 490 184 100 79 55 41 21 7 1 1 1 -
Vermont ................. 1,461 32 91 239 215 260 315 97 10 13 51 56 82 -
Massachusetts ........... 19,512 4,116 4,141 4,929 3,261 1,845 789 110 92 22 29 32 146 -
Rhode Island............... 3,973 831 946 884 536 451 217 24 11 39 5 8 21 -
Connecticut............... 9,222 1,102 1,242 2,852 1,861 1,315 675 77 22 6 11 21 38 -

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ....... 19,590 950 1,234 2,169 2,560 3,113 2,991 1,193 417 211 506 1,043 3,071 132

New York City ........... 4,127 120 126 150 354 419 656 331 174 83 120 395 1,199 -
Upstate New York ........ 4,480 344 382 733 676 655 822 378 119 34 91 99 147 -
New Jersey .............. 4,160 155 221 387 429 516 504 233 84 47 206 325 921 132
Pennsylvania ............. 6,823 331 505 899 1,101 1,523 1,009 251 40 47 89 224 804 -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL ... 65,835 4,732 6,31310,13310,28411,063 8,4862,977 1,067 572 1,121 2,585 6,442 60
Ohio .................... 9,258 1,097 1,370 2,066 1,787 1,441 612 257 28 39 41 160 300 60
Indiana .................. 2,337 97 154 445 249 288 347 71 73 40 171 170 232 -
Illinois .................. 5,036 188 168 284 725 612 439 259 112 105 160 527 1,457 -
Michigan ................ 28,132 2,304 3,435 5,387 5,144 5,025 3,471 1,073 408 197 272 412 1,004 -
Wisconsin ............... 21,072 1,046 1,186 1,951 2,379 3,697 3,617 1,317 446 191 477 1,316 3,449 -

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .. 14,065 1,618 2,350 2,949 2,488 2,195 984 233 134 131 200 32C 463 -
Minnesota ............... 948 36 96 141 115 135 85 8 13 54 26 46 193 -
Iowa .................... 5,618 621 1,077 1,277 936 833 512 53 32 14 43 98 122 -
Missouri ................ 2,681 175 410 541 631 575 142 81 29 4 13 37 43 -
North Dakota ........... 4,223 687 724 885 699 511 181 86 59 52 116 130 93 -
South Dakota ............ 116 21 5 26 12 12 32 3 1 3 -
Nebraska ................ 479 78 38 79 95 129 32 2 4 2 9 11 -
Kansas .................. ..................................... Not notifiable within State.......................................

SOUTH ATLANTIC ........ 27,706 4,218 4,794 5,273 4,088 3,118 2,119 1,081 328 384 522 592 1,168 21

Delaware ................ 532 79 56 116 152 54 47 8 3 1 4 2 10 -
Maryland ................ 1,427 63 255 205 186 184 127 87 32 9 22 41 203 13
District of Columbia...... 176 7 5 8 10 23 11 9 4 7 32 60 -
Virginia ................. 4,524 779 566 828 721 735 414 149 47 33 54 58 140 -
West Virginia............ 14,883 2,820 3,245 3,081 1,579 1,077 1,016 556 174 300 256 342 437 -
North Carolina ........... 379 58 35 51 53 88 38 9 1 2 11 9 16 8
South Carolina ........... 1,267 91 116 187 372 186 73 33 5 7 69 34 94 -
Georgia ................. 688 108 164 158 114 52 40 6 2 1 11 32 -
Florida ................. 3,830 213 352 639 901 719 353 224 60 31 99 63 176 -
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 16,474 1,680 1,842 2,814 3,867 2,115 1,067 424 151 286 334 569 1,325 -

Kentucky ................ 3,802 84 183 511 1,200 177 164 79 24 161 142 282 795 -
Tennessee ............... .8,994 1,093 1,114 1,555 1,738 1,506 607 252 92 94 157 271 515 -
Alabama ................. 2,511 358 435 569 531 276 234 32 20 24 16 6 10 -
Mississippi.............. 1,167 145 110 179 398 156 62 61 15 7 19 10 5 -

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 32,352 2, 352 5,023 7,110 7, 252 5,798 2,116 838 360 274 352 315 562 -

Arkansas ................ .1,195 25 595 161 101 165 32 2 3 1 3 107 -
Louisiana ............... 144 6 14 19 28 12 20 10 4 3 4 6 18 -
Oklahoma ............... 242 25 25 42 37 31 40 5 2 8 15 12 -
Texas................... 30,771 2,296 4,389 6,888 7,086 5,590 2,024 821 351 271 339 291 425 -

MOUNTAIN ............... 18,617 1,641 2,049 3,414 3,579 2,762 2,547 762 267 189 294 403 660 50

Montana ................. 1,461 155 163 284 197 92 241 61 43 14 60 42 59 50
Idaho.................... 3,209 365 406 583 497 282 450 149 48 27 52 118 232 -
Wyoming ................ 883 56 70 254 247 161 38 18 1 4 9 4 21 -
Colorado ................ 6,027 302 396 982 1,402 1,263 996 231 42 74 87 151 101 -
New Mexico ............. 694 53 46 195 175 56 79 66 4 3 2 8 7 -
Arizona ................. 1,593 57 79 204 209 297 264 106 75 41 30 56 175 -
Utah .................... 4,494 650 863 864 780 551 452 129 53 25 52 18 57 -
Nevada.................. 256 3 26 48 72 60 27 2 1 1 2 6 8 -

PACIFIC.................. 29,658 2,331 3,082 6,565 6,301 4,991 3,229 671 361 289 422 580 836 -

Washington .............. 7,944 792 953 2,011 1,587 1,511 605 50 14 31 65 128 197 -
Oregon .................. 3,553 475 442 1875 673 368 277 66 40 75 66 81 115 -
California ............... 13,873 798 1,334 2,973 3,191 2,412 1,635 313 199 137 150 255 476 -
Alaska .................. 238 23 32 38 12 14 9 16 21 17 4 13 39
Hawaii .................. 4,050 243 321 668 838 686 703 226 87 29 137 103 9 -

Puerto Rico ............... 2,977 105 137 460 441 422 436 180 109 113 138 186 250 -
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(C) ME,.N'INC(LKIC ( 'Al INFECTIONS

AREA Total Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Mo.Unk

UNITED STATES 3,040 258 331 483 367 263 221 174 111 117 179 197 322 17
NEW ENGLAND .......... 147 17 17 17 14 14 7 11 4 8 8 11 19
Maine.................. 19 5 1 1 1 2 5 2 1 1 -
New Hampshire .......... 10 1 1 2 2 2 2
Vermont................. 9 1 3 4 1
Massachusetts ........... 61 7 7 6 6 4 4 1 2 3 5 8 8 -
Rhode Island............. 17 1 3 6 3 2 2
Connecticut .............. 31 3 6 3 2 4 1 1 3 2 6

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ....... 377 30 51 49 45 22 24 23 12 16 26 36 43
New York City ........... 68 9 4 9 9 7 6 5 2 3 1 5 8
Upstate New York ........ 121 8 15 13 22 5 7 9 8 6 4 12 12 -
New lerse) .............. 85 7 14 13 4 5 4 5 3 7 11 12 -
Pennsylvania............. 103 6 18 14 10 5 7 4 2 4 14 8 11 -

EAST NORTH CENTRAL ... 459 31 36 63 39 43 42 35 23 26 32 41 45 3
Ohio .................... 123 10 8 18 11 9 8 12 4 8 10 11 11 3
Indiana.................. 56 4 3 8 7 6 6 4 2 1 4 1 10
Illinois .................. 125 10 8 17 14 11 10 9 9 10 5 13 9
Michigan ................ 107 4 9 9 6 13 13 7 6 5 8 13 14
Wisconsin ............... 48 3 8 11 1 4 5 3 2 2 5 3 1

WEST NORTH CENTRAL .. 151 12 14 33 19 16 8 8 3 8 7 5 18 -
Minnesota ............... 35 4 3 7 3 2 1 3 4 3 1 4
Iowa .................... 14 1 1 3 1 1 2 3 2
Missouri ................ 56 6 8 18 5 7 2 3 1 1 5
North Dakota ............ 15 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 4
South Dakota ............ 4 1 1 I -
Nebraska................ 11 2 7 1 1- -
Kansas.................. 16 1 2 4 2 1 2 1 2 1

SOUTH ATLANTIC ........ 587 63 65 87 87 40 43 29 21 14 28 36 60 14

Delaware ................ 11 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 -
Maryland ................ 68 3 5 10 8 1 7 1 3 2 2 6 8 12
District of Columbia ...... 12 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1
Virginia ... .............. 75 7 9 5 7 8 8 3 2 3 6 9 8 -
West Virginia............ 30 4 4 3 12 1 1 1 4 -
North Carolina ........... 122 10 16 16 14 7 12 6 7 5 5 11 13
South Carolina ........... 68 8 8 10 19 6 3 2 2 1 3 2 4
Georgia ................. 71 10 12 10 11 6 3 1 1 1 4 2 8 2
Florida ................. 130 17 10 31 16 11 7 12 4 2 3 4 13

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 246 17 13 35 45 32 17 16 10 7 12 14 28
Kentucky ................ 87 7 1 18 20 12 5 4 2 2 5 2 9
Tennessee............... 75 6 8 8 13 10 3 2 6 5 3 4 7
Alabama ................. 47 4 3 3 10 2 7 3 2 1 4 8
Mississippi.............. 37 1 6 2 8 2 7 3 4 4

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ... 386 36 46 93 54 23 33 15 6 8 19 17 36

Arkansas................ 19 2 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 2 1
Louisiana ............... 203 6 21 59 37 10 21 8 4 3 10 9 15
Oklahoma ............... 24 7 3 6 2 1 1 1 1 2
Texas ................... 140 21 18 24 13 12 11 6 2 3 7 5 18

MOUNTAIN ............... 112 4 20 16 9 10 7 1 2 4 13 9 17 -

Montana................. 3 1 2
Idaho .................... 15 1 4 1 2 1 1 2 2 1
Wyoming ................ 6 1 1 1 1 1 I
Colorado ................. 30 1 6 2 2 2 1 1 9 3 3
New Mexico ............. 11 3 3 1 3 -- -
Arizona ................. 24 1 4 5 4 1 1 3 5 -
Utah .................... 11 4 i 1 1 1 2 -
Nevada.............. .... 12 2 1 1 2 2 1 3

PACIFIC.................. 575 48 69 90 55 63 40 36 30 26 34 28 56
Washington .............. 61 1 9 9 4 9 6 4 1 1 4 3 10
Oregon.................. 43 2 5 11 4 5 4 5 1 1 2 3
California ............... 449 44 55 65 45 41 27 32 24 22 28 23 43
Alaska .................. 15 1 4 1 4 3 2
Hawaii .................. 7 1 1 4 -

Puerto Rico .............. 14 2 1 1 1 1 4 2 2








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TABLE 10. ACUTE DISEASES OPTIONALLY REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, BY STATE, 1965

ANCLYO- DIARRHEA
STOMIASIS ANIMAL CHICKENPOX CONJUNCTIVITIS OF ERYSIPELAS GASTROENTERIC
AREA (Hookworm) BITES (Pink Eye) NEWBORN INFECTIONS


NO. CASES REPORTED .. 4,821 110,869 153,682 5,320 690 95 43, 754

No. States Reporting ...... (11) (17) (40) (21) (14) (16) (20)


NEW ENGLAND ..........
Maine..................... ... 2,936 131 ...
New Hampshire ......... ... 48 392 ... ...
Vermont ............... ... ... 1,748 6 ...
Massachusetts .......... ... 21,445 12,467 ... 2 2
Rhode Island............ ... 1,105 2,436 ......
Connecticut............. 246 ... 9,565 50 ... 4 107

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ......
New York City .......... 7,423 ... 79 ......
Upstate New York ....... ... ... 192 9 51
New Jersey ............. ... ... ... ...** *** *.. ...
Pennsylvania............ 132 17,237 ... ...

EAST NORTH CENTRAL ..
Ohio ................... 1 ... 9,406 13 28 6 665
Indiana................. ... 9,589 4,218 1,375 ... 11 ...
Illinois................. ... 29,217 9,165 1 125 ... 910
Michigan ............... ... 25,631 14,469 303 223 21 ...
Wisconsin ................. ... 33,279 11 .........

WEST NORTH CENTRAL..
Minnesota .............. 13 3,879 57 1 15 11 878
Iowa ................... ... ... 6,084 280 ....
Missouri ............... ... 1 1,511 4 7 1
North Dakota .............. ... 38 1,831 978 ... 15 ...
South Dakota............ ... ... 31 .......
Nebraska............... ... ... 377 9 ... 1 220
Kansas ................. 9 ......... ... ... ...

SOUTH ATLANTIC........
Delaware ............... ... ... 272 24 .........
Maryland............... ... ... 1,399 ...
District of Columbia ..... ... ... 342 ... 33 2 8
Virginia................ ... ...... ... ... ... ...
West Virginia ........... ... 1,267 5,894 486 22 3 10,089
North Carolina.......... ... ... ... ... ... ... 185
South Carolina .......... ... 133 ... ......
Georgia ................ 3,441 ... 20 ...
Florida................. ... ... 2,874 ... 59 ... ...
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ..
Kentucky ............... 11 ... 2,826 800 ... ... 2,882
Tennessee.............. .. .. ............
Alabama................ ... ... 810 ...
Mississippi............. 949 ... 303 ... 1 ... 3

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ..
Arkansas............... 4 831 483 ... ... ... 1
Louisiana .............. ... 358 ... .........
Oklahoma .............. ... ... ... ............
Texas.................. ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

MOUNTAIN ..............
Montana................ ... 54 1,246 ... ... ... 477
Idaho .................. ... ... 734 ... ... 3 74
Wyoming ............... ... 9 174 40 .........
Colorado ............... ... ... ... ...
New Mexico ............ ... ... 262 ... ... ... 11,673
Arizona ................ ... ... 3,607 ... ... ... 298
Utah ................... ... 831 ... ... 1 113
Nevada................. ... ... 367 ... ... 1 92

PACIFIC.................
Washington ............. 1 ... 10,639 ... ... ... 12,113
Oregon................. ... ... 31 1 4 9 139
California ............... ... ... 41 ......
Alaska ....... ......... ... 27 610 763 ... ... 2,827
Hawaii ................. 14 ... 2,371 35 ... 4...


Puerto Rico.............. ... ... 3,416 ... ......








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TABLE 10. ACUTE DISEASES OPTIONALLY REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. BY STATE, 1965 Continued

MENINGITIS MONONUCLFOSIS, REI SPIRATORY R I 1A
HISTOPLASMOSIS (Other & INFECTIOUS INJECTIONS RINGWORM (
AREA Unspecified) Meas Its)


NO. CASES REPORTED... 254 2,783 8,322 114,491 249,219 4,477 110I.842

No. States Reporting ...... (I. (41) (30) (0) (17) (21) (37)


NEW ENGLAND ..........
Maine .................. ... 18 124 2,844 ... 29 953
New Hampshire ......... ... 7 5 6 690 ... 163
Vermont ............... ... 4 516 498 ......
Massachusetts .......... ... 224 ... 6,311 ... ... 2,839
Rhode Island ............ ... 52 46 1,775 ... 18 234
Connecticut ............. 1 138 1,389 4,816 794 109 1,719

MIDDLE ATLANTIC ......
New York City .......... ... 233 ... 6,266 ... ... 1,031
Upstate New York ....... ... 292 ... ... ... ... 1,474
New Jersey ............. .. .........
Pennsylvania............ 4 139 496 .........

EAST NORTH CENTRAL..
Ohio ................... 12 84 161 3,611 ... ... 2,348
Indiana .................. 16 65 713 2,469 ... 159 1,911
Illinois................. 61 285 ... 4,890 ... 114 4,850
Michigan ............... ... 160 810 9,419 4,912 1,085 9,937
Wisconsin .............. 8 1 2 16,905 587 180 9,570

WEST NORTH CENTRAL..
Minnesota .............. 11 67 1,727 73 132 35 1,910
Iowa ................... 20 74 354 3,871 ... 126 3,798
Missouri ............... 7 14 9 1,221 255 21 39
North Dakota .......... ... ... ... 2,120 ... 114 ...
South Dakota............ ... 12 2 46 ...
Nebraska............... ... 2 1 238 ... ... 13
Kansas................. 12 29 ... ... ... 75...

SOUTH ATLANTIC........
Delaware............... ... 31 9 320 113 ... 111
Maryland............... ... 98 ... 1,231 ... ... 248
District of Columbia ..... ... 38 ... 194 749 1 16
Virginia ............... .4 ... ... ... ......
West Virginia........... ... 8 163 2,317 ... ... 2,091
North Carolina.......... ... ...
South Carolina .......... ... 6 ... ... 2,184 ... ...
Georgia ................ ... 85 ... ... 5,423 ... 285
Florida................. 5 ... ... 2,030 ... ... 892
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL ..
Kentucky ............... 5 102 81 2,459 ... 13 1,190
Tennessee.............. ... ... ... ... 70,705 ...
Alabama................ 3 52 87 459 ... ... 169
Mississippi............. 17 55 55 371 ... ... 1,167

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL ..
Arkansas............... 54 45 28 240 ... ... 428
Louisiana .............. 5 ... 38 ......
Oklahoma .............. ............
Texas .................. ... ... ... ............
MOUNTAIN ..............
Montana................ ... 2 43 ... ... 10 2,526
Idaho .................. ... 21 43 852 ... ... 1,088
Wyoming ........... ....... 5 32 164 ...
Colorado ............. .. ... 44 ... 2,199 ... 59 1,973
New Mexico ............ ... 21 135 71 18,292 ... 272
Arizona ................ 9 ... 1,133 3,231 ... 395 2,076
Utah .................. ... 42 49 1,370 3,963 78 1,489
Nevada................. ... 3 ... 158 309 ... 22

PACIFIC .................
Washington ............. ... 93 22 9,604 112,138 1,733 25,258
Oregon................. ... 104 ... 16,532 40 12,956
California .............. ... ... ... 17,827 ...
Alaska ................. ... 19 ... 1,423 11,441 83 451
Hawaii ................. ... 9 49 592 ... .... 3,345


Puerto Rico .............. ... 98 ... 1,193 ... ... 430









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TABLE 11. OTHER DISEASES OPTIONALLY REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, 1965

(Reported by more than one, but less than 10 States)


Ascariasis
Cat Scratch Fever
Coxsackie Infections
ECHO Infections
Erythema

Fungal Infections,
Actinomycosis:
Aspergillosis:
Blastomycosis:
Coccidioidomycosis:
Cryptococcosis:
Nocardiosis:
Sporotrichosis:
Non-specific:

Impetigo
Keratoconjunctivitis
Listeriosis
Otitis Media
Pediculosis
Q Fever
Scabies
Schistosomiasis
Staph. Infections

Tick-borne diseases,
Colorado tick fever:
Tick bite paralysis:

Toxoplasmosis
Trachoma
Vincent's Infection


Ark. 13, Hawaii 1, Ill. 3, Kans. 2, Ky. 1, Minn. 11, Miss. 389
Fla. 4, Ill. 1, S.C. 2
Minn. 18, Utah 1
Minn. 9, N.H. 1, Utah 2
Utah 1, Wash. 39


Ala. 1, Conn. 1, Iowa 1, Kans. 1, Mass. 1, Minn. 2, N.H. 1, Pa. 2
Minn. 1
Ark. 20, Fla. 1, Ill. 3, La. 13
Ariz. 827, Cal. 295, Ida. 1, Ill. 2, Kans. 1, N. M. 1, Ore. 2, Pa. 1
Fla. 9, Ill. 2, La. 11, Wash. 2
Minn. 3
Nev. 1
Ill. 4

Alaska 854, Mich. 1,449, Mo. 20, Nebr. 9, Nev. 14, N.H. 7, Ore. 33, Wyo. 27
Alaska 29, Ind. 28, Kans. 1, N.Y.C. 23, Ore. 1
Fla. 2, La. 3, Minn. 1, Ore. 2
Alaska 5, 867, Nev. 92
Mich. 68, Nebr. 43
Calif. 25, Conn. 1, Ida. 10, Wisc. 1, Wyo. 1
Mich. 24, Ore. 117, Wash. 155
Fla. 1, N.Y.C. 304
Alaska 366, Del. 338, D. C. 8, Ill. 759, Ore. 124, Utah 2, Wash. 2,775


Ariz. 1, Colo. 156, Mont. 1, Nebr. 1, Nev. 1, Ore. 8, Utah 11, Wyo. 7
Ore. 2

Fla. 2, Ill. 2, Minn. 1, Pa. 3, Wash. 2
Colo. 1, Mo. 1, Nebr. 14, Nev. 180, Ore. 9, Wash. 10
Alaska 2, Ida. 8, Ky. 3, Mo. 2, S.D. 1, Wash. 5











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TABLE 12. (1UMAI'IVi WEEKLY TOTAL NUMIIIR OF I)IATIIS IN 122 (NITI) TAllTS (IITIS
FOR YLAR 1965 (IHROlG H s2NI) WIEK ENI)FI) JANI ARY I, 1966)


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Fl a b trh. N. J. ........
Erie, Pa..............
Jersey City, N. J ......
Newark, N. J ..........
New York City, N. Y....
P ercr son N. J ....... ..
Philjdk Iphia Pa........
Pa -.hurgh 11'. .........
Reading. Pa ...... ...
Pixrhe.-.er \ Y ..... ...
Schenectady, N. Y .....
Scranton, Pa. ...... ...
Syracuse, N. Y.........
Trenton, N. J .........
Utica, N. Y .......... .
Yonkers, N. Y. ........

EAST NORTH CENTRAL:

Akron, Ohio ...........
Canton, Ohio ..........
Chicago 111. ..........
Cincinnati, Ohio .
Cle'.eland Ohio ......
Columbus, Ohio .......
Dayton, Ohio ..........
Detroit, Mich .........
Evansville, Ind.........
Flint, Mich............
Fort akin, Ind. ......
Gary, Ind. ...........
Grand Rapids, Mich. ...
Indianapolis, Ind .......
Madison, Wis........
.Ihl .auk-c. Wis ....... .
Peoria, Ill ...........
Rockford, Ill.. .......
South Bend, Ind .......
Toledo, Ohio...........
Youngstown, Ohio ......

WEST NORTH CENTRAL:

Des Moines, Iowa ......
Duluth, Minn...........
Kansas City, Kans......
Kansas City, Mo .......
Lincoln, Nebr .......
Minneapolis, Minn ......
Omaha, Nebr...........
St. Louis, Mo..........
St. Paul, Minn ........
Wichita, Kans..........


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3,709
5,066
87,357
1,973
25,981
10,116
2,637
5,355
1,364
1,989
3,121
2,394
1,478
1,758

134,948

3,308
1,936
39,186
8,221
10,848
6,349
4,028
18,761
2,127
2,609
2,301
1,759
2,584
8,042
1,994
6,625
1,856
1,595
2,027
5,616
3,176

43,819

3,056
1,420
2,087
6,977
1,416
6,204
3,932
12,675
3,660
2,392


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1,364
2,133
2,406
50,894
1,162
14,856
5,523
1,707
3,402
864
1,304
1,908
1,383
1,109
1,161

75,650

1,854
1,182
20,799
4,984
5,940
3,489
2,279
10,224
1,401
1,357
1,340
838
1,703
4,453
1,018
4,047
1,043
954
1,267
3,485
1,993

26,341

1,984
951
1,035
4,230
958
3,855
2,301
7,328
2,351
1,348


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135
308
262
3,477
137
712
285
218
504
61
84
101
156
248
139

5,049

32
205
1,762
219
173
160
90
754
90
109
157
152
189
234
2
175
39
155
136
175
41

1,553

110
12
164
203
78
124
117
402
96
247


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190
468
4,088
128
1,338
521
91
328
54
50
196
131
56
79

8,128

203
108
2,546
392
605
415
240
1,050
84
222
123
165
138
520
163
396
190
104
87
265
112

2,578

134
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251
361
80
368
229
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204
164


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56,707

1,906
1,706
1,408
7,380
1,878
3,878
10,273
3,018
9,580
4,234
5,675
2,784
2,987

20,614

1,909
980
6,036
925
4,818
909
2,577
2,460

82,480

960
2,366
1,932
2,352
3,569
27,003
4,685
1,852
5,843
3,510
5,006
10,086
1,858
6,902
2,667
1,889


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28,897

1, 102
872
666
3,636
898
2,094
4,738
1,598
4,707
2,258
3,178
1,453
1,697
11,600

960
620
3,394
548
2,7642
511
1,107
1,418

48,407

627
1,283
1,395
1,065
2,170
15,310
2,713
1,305
3,537
2,022
2,814
5,764
1,117
4,202
1,806
1,277


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2,319

230
53
44
205
128
125
303
163
336
117
153
268
194

994

153
98
265
78
198
40
90
72

2,304

13
64
21
56
42
1,030
95
15
99
82
164
206
113
188
57
59
113
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411
280

4,315

122
134
127
555
243
274
733
227
748
306
411
257
178

1,300

148
61
413
54
285
73
162
104

4, 557

28
162
60
255
169
1,753
259
42
273
196
356
404
115
290
117
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Montgomery, Ala .......
Nashville, Tenn ........

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\u-rin, Tex .......... .
diton Rouge, La...... .
Corpus Christi, Tex. ...
l alas, Tex............
El Paso, Tex...........
Fort Worth, Tex .......
Houston, Tex. .........
Little Rock, Ark. ......
New Orleans, La ......
Oklahoma City, Okla ....
San Antonio, Tex .......
Shreveport, La.........
Tulsa, Okla .......... .

NMOi NTAIN:

Albuquerque, N. Mex...
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Denver, Colo. .........
Ogden, Utah ...........
Phoenix, Ariz ........ .
Pueblo, Colo ......... ..
Salt Lake City, Utah .. .
Tucson, Ariz ..........

PACIFIC:

Berkeley, Calif .........
Fresno, Calif ..........
Glendale, Calif. .......
Honolulu, Hawaii ......
Long Beach, Calif ......
Los Angeles, Calif. ....
Oakland, Calif. ........
Pasadena, Calif. .......
Portland, Oreg. ........
Sacramento, Calif .....
San Diego, Calif........
San Francisco, Calif....
San Jose, Calif .......
Seattle, Wash ..........
Spokane, Wash .........
Tacoma, Wash .........


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DISEASE TRENDS





A nthrax ................................................................... 29

Botulism .............................. .................................... 29

B rucellosis ................................................................ 30

D iphtheria ............................................................... 31-32

Encephalitis ............................................................. 33-34

H hepatitis .................................................................. 35

L eprosy ................................................................... 36

L eptospirosis .............................................................. 37

M alaria .................................................................... 38

Measles (Rubeola) .......................................................... 39

Meningococcal Infections .................................................... 40

Meningitis, A septic ........................................................ 41

P ertussis ................................................................. 42

P league ................................................................... 43

Pneumonia-Influenza Deaths 122 Cities ...................................... 44

Mortality in 122 Cities ...................................................... 45

Poliomyelitis ........................................................... 46-47

Rabies ................................................................. 48-49

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (tick-borne typhus) .............................. 50

Rubella (German Measles) ................................................... 51

Salmonella ................................................................ 52

Shigella .................................................................. 53

Trichinosis ............................................................... 53

Tetanus .................................................................. 54

Tularem ia ................................................................. 55

Typhoid Fever .......................................................... .. 56

Typhus Fever (flea-borne, marine) ............................................ 57

Venereal Diseases ....................................................... 58-59









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1,300

8 924 892 66

409 407 411
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Case and Death Rates and Case-Fatality Ratio
United States, 1920-1965


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GENERAL USE
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CASE FATALITY RATIO


1920 1930 1940
YEAR


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NATIONAL DIPHTHERIA SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM 1965
Number of Reported Cases and Deaths


Total
Non-fatal Total
Immunization Status Deaths Clinical Carriers
Cases
Cases


Fully ................................ 0 24 24 33
Lapsed ............................... 0 19 19 6
Inadequate ............................ .. 1 22 23 9
None.................. ...... ........ .. 13 69 82 27
Unknown Status .......................... 2 18 20 34

Total .............................. 16 152 168 109

Total Reported by States in 1965 Summaries 164


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LEPROSY
Reported Cases, 1950-1965


1950 '51 '52 '53 '54 '55 '56 '57 '58 '59 '60 '61 '62 '63 '64 '65 '66 '67 '68


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Reported Cases by Month, 1965


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Reported Cases by State, 1965


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Reported Cases by Month, 1965


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Reported in the United States, 1933-1965


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100,000-


50,000-






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Civilian, United States, 1956-1965


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1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


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Reported Cases and Deaths by Month
United States, 1960-1965


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Deaths in the United States
Percent Distribution by Age, 1960-1964


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17- MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTIONS
16- Reported by Year

15 United States, 1920-1965

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Reported Cases Per 100,000 Population, 1965


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ASI. PTIC MENINGITIS
Reported Cases by Month
United States, 1964-1065


400-


350


300-


250-


200-


150 -


100-


50-


J F M A M


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1964 1 1965


ASEPTIC MENINGITIS
Reported Cases Per 100,000 Population, 1965


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PERTUSSIS
Reported Cases in the United States, 1950-1965


120,000-


100,000-


80,000-


60,000-


40,000-


20,000-


0


1950 '52 '54 '56 '58 '60 '62


"64 '66 '68


PERTUSSIS
Reported Deaths in the United States, 1950-1964


TOTAL


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1950 '52 '54 '56 '58 '60 '62 '64 '66 "68


1,200-


1,000-


800-


600-


400-


200-

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HUMAN PLAGUE
Counties Reporting One or More Cases, 1900-1965


1,2. LABORATORY ACQUIRED CASES 1901, 1959
3 ONE CASE, INFECTION ACQUIRED IN COLO., DIAGNOSED
IN TEXAS.
4 THREE CASES, ONE DIAGNOSED IN MASS. 1961


HUMAN PLAGUE
Cases in the United States by Age and Sex, 1950-1965


MALE

FEMALE


FATAL CASE


10 20


30 40 50 60
AGE


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PNEUMONIA-INFLUENZA DEATHS IN 122 UNITED STATES CITIES


I O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J
1962 1963 1963 1964


W.N. 200-
CENTRAL
10 CITIES 150-


100-


50-


40 44 48 53 4 8
1964 1965


12 16 20 24 28 32


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16 CITIES


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CENTRAL 100.
21 CITIES
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1964' 1965


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CENTRAL
13 CITIES


NEW
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14 CITIES


40 44 48 53 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36
1964 1965


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12 CITIES


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MORTALITY IN 122 UNITED STATES CITIES



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POLIOMYELITIS
Annual Incidence Rates, United States, 1935-1965


INACTIVATED
VACCINE


TOTAL


ORAL
VACCINE


19351 1371 139' 1'41


11511 '531


*PARALYTIC CASES PRIOR TO 1951 ASSUMED TO BE 50% OF TOTAL.
SINCE 1951, CASES REPORTED AS UNSPECIFIED WERE PRORATED
AMONG PARALYTIC AND NONPARALYTIC CASES.


POLIOMYELITIS
Paralytic Cases by Date of Onset, 1961-1965


52 12 20 28 36 44 52 12 20 28 36 44
1963 1964


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1965


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PARALYTIC POLIOMY1 I-I.ITIS
Geographic Distribution, United States, 1965


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Five-Year Age Groups, United States, 1965


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RABIES
Reported Human Cases, 1950-1965


1950 '51 '52 '53 '54 '55 '56 '57 '58 '59 '60 '61 '62 '63 '64 '65 '66 '67 '68


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Cases in Wild and Domestic Animals, 1953-1965


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Human Deaths by 5-Year Age Groups. United States, 1946-1965


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Counties Reporting One or More Animal Cases, 1965


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Reported Cases in the United States, 1950-1965


1950 '51 '52


'53 '54 '55 '56 '57 '58 '59 '60 '61 '62 '63 '64 '65 '66 '67 '68


ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPOTTED FEVER
Geographic Distribution, United States, 1965


* REPORTED CASE


500



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300



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RUBELLA
By Month of Report for Selected States, 1955-1965


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18000-

12000-

6000-


NORTH CENTRAL


NORTHEAST


YEAR


MOUNTAIN


PACIFIC


SOUTH


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SALMONELLA
Reported Human Isolations in the United States


1963 1964 1965


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Number of Human Isolations Per 100,000 Population, 1963-1965





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SH IsoLaI. A
Number of Human Isolations in 17 States*


J 'F 'M'A'M' J J' A 'S 'O' N D
1964


J F'M A'M'J J A' S'O'N' D
1965


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Reported Cases, United States, 1950-1965


1950 '51 '52 '53 '54 '55 '56 '57 '58 '59 '60 '61 '62 '63 '64 '65 '66 '67 '68


240


200


160


120


80 -


40


240


200


160


120


80


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TULAREMIA
Reported Cases by Year, United States, 1950-1965


10001


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1950 '51 '52 '53 '54 '55 '56 '57 '58 '59 '60 '61


'63 '64 '65 '66 '67 '68


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Seasonal Distribution, Percent of Cases by Month, United States


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6000- Reported Cases, United States, 1942-1965



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Reported Cases, United States, -1.9-lt,5


1000-



800-


1949 '51


'53 '55 '57 '59 '61 '63 '65


MURINE TYPHUS
Geographic Distribution, United States, 1965


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200-



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GONORRHEA
Reported Civilian Cases, United States, 1954-1965


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