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Table 4 Estimated total and prevalence rate with chronic hepatitis C infection among Hispanic 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 Rate ratio (ref = white)
State Rate (95% CI) n (95% CI) Ratio (95% CI)
ALABAMA 0.20 (0.15 0.30) 379 (286 573) 0.21 (0.15 0.33)
ALASKA 0.80 (0.59 1.27) 1137 (838 1,805) 0.52 (0.38 0.79)
ARIZONA 0.88 (0.69 1.22) 12,765 (10,112 17,836) 0.65 (0.48 0.94)
ARKANSAS 0.20 (0.15 0.31) 332 (246 512) 0.18 (0.12 0.28)
CALIFORNIA 0.89 (0.71 1.26) 116,873 (92,893 165,162) 0.47 (0.35 0.69)
COLORADO 1.28 (1.02 1.78) 10,139 (8,066 14,121) 1.25 (0.93 1.83)
CONNECTICUT 0.96 (0.75 1.37) 4107 (3,220 5,862) 1.34 (0.99 1.98)
DELAWARE 0.38 (0.28 0.62) 279 (203 446) 0.35c (0.24 0.58)
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 0.29 (0.21 0.47) 193 (140 315) 0.66c (0.42 1.13)
FLORIDA 0.50 (0.39 0.71) 17,151 (13,604 24,428) 0.39 (0.29 0.56)
GEORGIA 0.15 (0.11 0.21) 1185 (918 1,718) 0.18 (0.13 0.27)
HAWAII 0.41 (0.32 0.61) 3055 (2,359 4,502) 0.18 (0.13 0.28)
IDAHO 0.83 (0.65 1.21) 1106 (858 1,612) 0.90 (0.65 1.37)
ILLINOIS 0.19 (0.15 0.28) 3352 (2,623 4,950) 0.43 (0.32 0.65)
INDIANA 0.28 (0.22 0.42) 988 (765 1,447) 0.40 (0.29 0.59)
IOWA 0.56 (0.43 0.85) 787 (596 1,190) 0.88 (0.62 1.37)
KANSAS 0.53 (0.41 0.78) 1379 (1,063 2,012) 0.60 (0.43 0.90)
KENTUCKY 0.31 (0.23 0.50) 432 (315 692) 0.31 (0.21 0.51)
LOUISIANA 0.39 (0.30 0.57) 849 (659 1,245) 0.30 (0.22 0.45)
MAINE 0.46 (0.32 0.75) 161 (114 265) 0.64c (0.42 1.09)
MARYLAND 0.23 (0.18 0.34) 1399 (1,091 2,045) 0.25 (0.18 0.38)
MASSACHUSETTS 0.84 (0.66 1.20) 6134 (4,814 8,734) 0.99 (0.73 1.47)
MICHIGAN 0.51 (0.41 0.72) 2869 (2,270 4,036) 0.74 (0.54 1.09)
MINNESOTA 0.77 (0.60 1.09) 2746 (2,154 3,874) 1.44 (1.06 2.10)
MISSISSIPPI 0.37 (0.27 0.57) 318 (237 499) 0.30 (0.21 0.49)
MISSOURI 0.46 (0.36 0.66) 1242 (969 1,780) 0.47 (0.34 0.70)
MONTANA 2.03 (1.56 3.00) 1397 (1,076 2,064) 1.90 (1.35 2.92)
NEBRASKA 0.62 (0.47 0.95) 812 (615 1,243) 0.95 (0.66 1.49)
NEVADA 0.45 (0.36 0.64) 2859 (2,248 4,039) 0.29 (0.22 0.43)
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0.45 (0.32 0.72) 233 (168 373) 0.63c (0.42 1.04)
NEW JERSEY 0.42 (0.33 0.60) 6848 (5,440 9,714) 0.49 (0.37 0.72)
NEW MEXICO 1.81 (1.43 2.56) 13,867 (10,982 19,648) 1.07 (0.79 1.57)
NEW YORK 0.96 (0.77 1.37) 35,004 (27,847 49,662) 1.33 (0.99 1.94)
NORTH CAROLINA 0.32 (0.25 0.46) 2343 (1,812 3,362) 0.32 (0.24 0.48)
NORTH DAKOTA 1.21 (0.89 2.01) 459 (337 766) 2.66c (1.72 4.57)
OHIO 0.40 (0.32 0.57) 1788 (1,413 2,518) 0.56 (0.41 0.81)
OKLAHOMA 1.13 (0.89 1.60) 5960 (4,690 8,439) 0.49 (0.36 0.72)
OREGON 0.95 (0.75 1.32) 4244 (3,343 5,896) 0.45 (0.33 0.65)
PENNSYLVANIA 0.79 (0.62 1.11) 5899 (4,660 8,303) 1.07 (0.79 1.56)
RHODE ISLAND 1.14 (0.88 1.69) 1351 (1,043 2,000) 0.94 (0.67 1.44)
SOUTH CAROLINA 0.36 (0.28 0.52) 775 (600 1,138) 0.31 (0.23 0.47)
SOUTH DAKOTA 1.18 (0.88 1.87) 718 (534 1,140) 2.19c (1.45 3.64)
TENNESSEE 0.34 (0.26 0.51) 960 (727 1,453) 0.21 (0.15 0.32)
TEXAS 0.83 (0.65 1.16) 54,296 (43,036 76,317) 0.55 (0.41 0.80)
UTAH 0.56 (0.44 0.82) 1601 (1,244 2,328) 0.94 (0.68 1.43)
VERMONT 0.64c (0.44 1.13) 120c (83 211) 0.67c (0.42 1.20)
VIRGINIA 0.24 (0.19 0.34) 1935 (1,519 2,749) 0.37 (0.27 0.55)
WASHINGTON 0.84 (0.67 1.18) 8127 (6,478 11,442) 0.53 (0.39 0.77)
WEST VIRGINIA 0.17c (0.11 0.34) 66c (42 134) 0.17c (0.10 0.35)
WISCONSIN 0.41 (0.32 0.59) 1346 (1,047 1,943) 1.05 (0.76 1.57)
WYOMING 1.27 (0.94 2.01) 571 (422 906) 1.13c (0.76 1.86)
U.S. STATES & WASHINGTON D.C. 0.74 (0.59 1.04) 344,938 (275,446 485,020) 0.70 (0.53 1.03)
  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
  4. cCoefficient of variation is ≥ 23%; estimate is unreliable