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#Zika Virus–#CaseCounts in the #US as of November 30 2016 (@CDCgov, edited)

 

Title: #Zika Virus–#CaseCounts in the #US as of November 30 2016.

Subject: Zika Virus, US CDC weekly epidemiological update.

Source: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), full page: (LINK).

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Zika Virus - CaseCounts in the US as of November 30 2016

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Language: [ English | Español | Português ]

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Cases in Pregnant Women

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As of November 30, 2016 (5 am EST)

  • Zika virus disease and Zika virus congenital infection are nationally notifiable conditions.
  • This update from the CDC Arboviral Disease Branch includes provisional data reported to ArboNET for January 01, 2015 – November 30, 2016.

US States

  • Locally acquired mosquito-borne cases reported: 185
  • Travel-associated cases reported: 4,310
  • Laboratory acquired cases reported:  1
    • Total: 4,496
      • Sexually transmitted: 36
      • Guillain-Barré syndrome: 13

US Territories

  • Locally acquired cases reported: 33,133
  • Travel-associated cases reported: 125
  • Total: 33,258 *
    • Guillain-Barré syndrome: 48

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{*} Sexually transmitted cases are not reported for US territories because with local transmission of Zika virus it is not possible to determine whether infection occurred due to mosquito-borne or sexual transmission.

 

Laboratory-confirmed Zika virus disease cases reported to ArboNET by state or territory — United States, 2015–2016 (as of November 30, 2016)§

[States - Travel-associated cases*: No. (% of cases in states)(N=4,311) - Locally acquired cases†: No. (% of cases in states)(N=185)]

  1. Alabama – 30 (1) – 0 (0)
  2. Arizona – 49 (1) – 0 (0)
  3. Arkansas – 13 (<1) – 0 (0)
  4. California – 368 (9) – 0 (0)
  5. Colorado – 50 (1) – 0 (0)
  6. Connecticut – 58 (1) – 0 (0)
  7. Delaware – 17 (<1) – 0 (0)
  8. District of Columbia – 27 (1) – 0 (0)
  9. Florida – 785 (18) – 184 (99)
  10. Georgia – 102 (2) – 0 (0)
  11. Hawaii – 14 (<1) – 0 (0)
  12. Idaho – 4 (<1) – 0 (0)
  13. Illinois – 83 (2) – 0 (0)
  14. Indiana – 47 (1) – 0 (0)
  15. Iowa – 17 (<1) – 0 (0)
  16. Kansas – 17 (<1) – 0 (0)
  17. Kentucky – 24 (1) – 0 (0)
  18. Louisiana – 35 (1) – 0 (0)
  19. Maine – 12 (<1) – 0 (0)
  20. Maryland – 110 (3) – 0 (0)
  21. Massachusetts – 105 (2) – 0 (0)
  22. Michigan – 63 (1) – 0 (0)
  23. Minnesota – 55 (1) – 0 (0)
  24. Mississippi – 23 (1) – 0 (0)
  25. Missouri – 36 (1) – 0 (0)
  26. Montana – 7  (<1) – 0 (0)
  27. Nebraska – 13 (<1) – 0 (0)
  28. Nevada – 18 (<1) – 0 (0)
  29. New Hampshire – 12 (<1) – 0 (0)
  30. New Jersey - 164  (4) – 0 (0)
  31. New Mexico – 9  (<1) – 0 (0)
  32. New York – 921 (21) – 0 (0)
  33. North Carolina – 81 (2) – 0 (0)
  34. North Dakota – 2  (<1) – 0 (0)
  35. Ohio – 74 (2) – 0 (0)
  36. Oklahoma – 29 (1) – 0 (0)
  37. Oregon – 37 (1) – 0 (0)
  38. Pennsylvania†† – 157 (4) – 0 (0)
  39. Rhode Island – 35 (1) – 0 (0)
  40. South Carolina – 53 (1) – 0 (0)
  41. South Dakota – 2 (<1) – 0 (0)
  42. Tennessee – 58 (1) – 0 (0)
  43. Texas – 258 (6) – 1 (1)
  44. Utah - 16** (<1) – 0 (0)
  45. Vermont – 10 (<1) – 0 (0)
  46. Virginia – 94 (2) – 0 (0)
  47. Washington – 58 (1) – 0 (0)
  48. West Virginia – 11 (<1) – 0 (0)
  49. Wisconsin – 46  (1) – 0 (0)
  50. Wyoming – 2 (<1) – 0 (0)

[Territories - Travel-associated cases*: No. (% of cases in territories)(N=125) - Locally acquired cases†: No. (% of cases in territories)(N=33,133)]

  1. American Samoa – 0 (0) – 54 (<1)
  2. Puerto Rico – 123 (98) - 32,473*** (98)
  3. US Virgin Islands – 2 (2) – 603 (2)

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{§} Only includes cases meeting the probable or confirmed CSTE case definition and does not include asymptomatic infections unless the case is a pregnant woman with a complication of pregnancy

{*} Travelers returning from affected areas, their sexual contacts, or infants infected in utero

{†} Presumed local mosquito-borne transmission

{††} One additional case acquired through laboratory transmission

{**} Includes one case with unknown route of person-to-person transmission.

{***} The Puerto Rico Department of Health is retroactively reporting cases, resulting in larger than normal increases in cases in recent weeks.

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Keywords: US CDC; USA; Updates; Zika Virus.

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