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Rate of Lab Confirmed Shiga Toxin E Coli Infections

Rate of Lab Confirmed Shiga Toxin E Coli Infections

Race/Ethnicity: All | Sex: Both | Year: 2014

Place Year Value Notes
Cleveland, OH 2014 0.0
Houston, TX 2014 0.2
Detroit, MI 2014 0.3
Long Beach, CA 2014 0.4
San Antonio, TX 2014 0.4 Bexar County level data
Las Vegas (Clark County), NV 2014 0.7
Miami (Miami-Dade County), FL 2014 0.7
Philadelphia, PA 2014 0.7
Washington, DC 2014 0.8
Los Angeles, CA 2014 0.9
Phoenix, AZ 2014 0.9
U.S. Total 2014 0.9
Chicago, IL 2014 1.0
San Diego County, CA 2014 1.1 Shiga toxin-Producing E. coli (including O157) confirmed cases only. Cases in...
Kansas City, MO 2014 1.7
Portland (Multnomah County), OR 2014 2.4 OPHAT, communicable disease query
Dallas, TX 2014 2.6 All data are county level.
Denver, CO 2014 2.7
Seattle, WA 2014 3.1 used 2010 census as denominator
Fort Worth (Tarrant County), TX 2014 3.2 Value is for all of Tarrant County.
San Jose, CA 2014 3.4
Oakland (Alameda County), CA 2014 3.6 Data is for Alameda County (excluding the city of Berkeley). Data includes s...
Columbus, OH 2014 3.8
Boston, MA 2014 Records where the value is blank in the data table indicate that the data are...
Indianapolis (Marion County), IN 2014 Records where the value is blank in the data table indicate that the data are...

* Values

Records marked with a * value in the data table indicate that the data are suppressed due to small counts, inadequate sample size, or unreliable parameter estimates such as relative standard error or confidence intervals. The reasons cities have suppressed data vary by indicator.

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