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Table 2 Estimated total and prevalence rate with chronic hepatitis C infection among non-Hispanic white persons, US States and District of Columbia, 2010a

From: Estimates of state-level chronic hepatitis C virus infection, stratified by race and sex, United States, 2010

  HCV RNA prevalence rate (per 100) Total persons with HCV RNAb
State Rate (95% CI) n (95% CI)
ALABAMA 0.94 (0.80 1.14) 23,139 (19,654 28,258)
ALASKA 1.54 (1.27 2.01) 5285 (4,332 6,869)
ARIZONA 1.35 (1.15 1.64) 39,779 (33,842 48,151)
ARKANSAS 1.15 (0.97 1.41) 19,102 (16,089 23,463)
CALIFORNIA 1.88 (1.61 2.27) 231,304 (197,678 278,733)
COLORADO 1.02 (0.86 1.24) 27,578 (23,299 33,469)
CONNECTICUT 0.72 (0.61 0.88) 14,426 (12,215 17,645)
DELAWARE 1.09 (0.91 1.37) 5078 (4,232 6,410)
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 0.43 (0.34 0.61) 770 (605 1,073)
FLORIDA 1.29 (1.10 1.56) 115,222 (98,297 139,057)
GEORGIA 0.82 (0.70 1.00) 34,005 (28,820 41,321)
HAWAII 2.29 (1.90 2.87) 6043 (5,014 7,568)
IDAHO 0.93 (0.78 1.16) 8838 (7,399 11,049)
ILLINOIS 0.44 (0.37 0.53) 28,061 (23,875 34,244)
INDIANA 0.72 (0.61 0.88) 28,747 (24,444 35,069)
IOWA 0.64 (0.54 0.80) 13,279 (11,198 16,460)
KANSAS 0.89 (0.75 1.10) 15,080 (12,680 18,563)
KENTUCKY 1.00 (0.83 1.23) 28,246 (23,690 34,890)
LOUISIANA 1.30 (1.10 1.58) 27,096 (23,024 33,040)
MAINE 0.71 (0.59 0.90) 7033 (5,856 8,877)
MARYLAND 0.92 (0.78 1.13) 22,931 (19,392 28,097)
MASSACHUSETTS 0.85 (0.72 1.03) 33,610 (28,529 40,907)
MICHIGAN 0.69 (0.59 0.84) 41,050 (34,774 49,679)
MINNESOTA 0.54 (0.45 0.65) 18,190 (15,369 22,162)
MISSISSIPPI 1.20 (1.01 1.48) 15,857 (13,373 19,566)
MISSOURI 0.98 (0.84 1.20) 36,273 (30,840 44,098)
MONTANA 1.07 (0.88 1.35) 7135 (5,907 9,051)
NEBRASKA 0.66 (0.55 0.82) 7474 (6,231 9,366)
NEVADA 1.54 (1.30 1.89) 18,219 (15,334 22,295)
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0.71 (0.59 0.90) 6719 (5,600 8,491)
NEW JERSEY 0.86 (0.73 1.04) 35,420 (30,164 43,063)
NEW MEXICO 1.69 (1.43 2.07) 11,576 (9,752 14,142)
NEW YORK 0.73 (0.62 0.88) 65,307 (55,785 78,812)
NORTH CAROLINA 0.99 (0.84 1.19) 47,365 (40,211 57,252)
NORTH DAKOTA 0.45 (0.36 0.63) 2084 (1,671 2,883)
OHIO 0.72 (0.61 0.87) 51,804 (43,989 62,811)
OKLAHOMA 2.31 (1.96 2.82) 46,062 (39,054 56,331)
OREGON 2.11 (1.79 2.56) 50,091 (42,511 60,837)
PENNSYLVANIA 0.74 (0.63 0.89) 58,578 (49,866 70,820)
RHODE ISLAND 1.21 (1.01 1.52) 7,962 (6,652 9,982)
SOUTH CAROLINA 1.15 (0.97 1.40) 26,141 (22,134 31,835)
SOUTH DAKOTA 0.54 (0.43 0.72) 2793 (2,243 3,768)
TENNESSEE 1.63 (1.38 1.99) 59,986 (50,921 73,192)
TEXAS 1.51 (1.29 1.82) 132,698 (113,228 160,163)
UTAH 0.60 (0.50 0.75) 9051 (7,587 11,269)
VERMONT 0.96 (0.79 1.25) 4460 (3,664 5,782)
VIRGINIA 0.65 (0.55 0.79) 26,111 (22,183 31,786)
WASHINGTON 1.58 (1.34 1.91) 60,245 (51,196 72,808)
WEST VIRGINIA 1.01 (0.84 1.27) 13,625 (11,335 17,068)
WISCONSIN 0.39 (0.33 0.47) 14,229 (12,029 17,463)
WYOMING 1.12 (0.91 1.48) 4041 (3,287 5,336)
U.S. STATES & WASHINGTON D.C. 1.05 (0.90 1.27) 1,615,202 (1,380,727 1,947,882)
  1. Abbreviations: CI confidence interval, HCV RNA hepatitis C virus ribonucleic acid
  2. aDefined as persons with HCV RNA
  3. bRepresents the non-institutionalized population