U.S. Lyme disease incidence rates in 2017, by state

Incidence rates of Lyme disease in the U.S. in 2017, by state (per 100,000 persons)

U.S. Lyme disease incidence rates in 2017, by state This statistic displays the incidence rates of confirmed Lyme disease cases in each state in the United States in 2017, per 100,000 persons. According to the report, the incidence rate of Lyme disease in the state of Vermont was 103.6 cases per 100,000 people. Lyme disease is a bacterial infection spread by ticks. It is the most commonly reported vector-borne illness in the United States.
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Incidence rates of Lyme disease in the U.S. in 2017, by state (per 100,000 persons)

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Confirmed cases per 100,000 persons
Maine106.6
Vermont103.6
Pennsylvania72.2
New Hampshire71.2
Rhode Island56.2
Delaware43.8
New Jersey40.3
Connecticut38.5
Wisconsin31
West Virginia27.7
Minnesota25.2
Maryland19.7
New York17.6
Virginia12.3
District of Columbia 8.9
Massachusetts4.7
Iowa 3.6
Michigan 2
Ohio 2
Illinois 1.7
North Dakota 1.6
Indiana 1.4
Alaska 1.1
Idaho 0.9
North Carolina 0.7
Florida 0.6
South Dakota 0.5
Wyoming 0.5
Alabama 0.5
Kansas 0.4
Montana 0.4
Washington 0.4
Arizona 0.3
Oregon 0.3
Nebraska 0.3
South Carolina 0.3
Utah 0.3
Nevada 0.2
Tennessee 0.2
Louisiana 0.2
California 0.2
Georgia 0.1
Kentucky 0.1
Texas 0.1
New Mexico 0.1
Colorado 0.1
Arkansas 0.1
Oklahoma 0
Mississippi 0
Hawaii 0
Missouri 0
Confirmed cases per 100,000 persons
Maine106.6
Vermont103.6
Pennsylvania72.2
New Hampshire71.2
Rhode Island56.2
Delaware43.8
New Jersey40.3
Connecticut38.5
Wisconsin31
West Virginia27.7
Minnesota25.2
Maryland19.7
New York17.6
Virginia12.3
District of Columbia 8.9
Massachusetts4.7
Iowa 3.6
Michigan 2
Ohio 2
Illinois 1.7
North Dakota 1.6
Indiana 1.4
Alaska 1.1
Idaho 0.9
North Carolina 0.7
Florida 0.6
South Dakota 0.5
Wyoming 0.5
Alabama 0.5
Kansas 0.4
Montana 0.4
Washington 0.4
Arizona 0.3
Oregon 0.3
Nebraska 0.3
South Carolina 0.3
Utah 0.3
Nevada 0.2
Tennessee 0.2
Louisiana 0.2
California 0.2
Georgia 0.1
Kentucky 0.1
Texas 0.1
New Mexico 0.1
Colorado 0.1
Arkansas 0.1
Oklahoma 0
Mississippi 0
Hawaii 0
Missouri 0
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This statistic displays the incidence rates of confirmed Lyme disease cases in each state in the United States in 2017, per 100,000 persons. According to the report, the incidence rate of Lyme disease in the state of Vermont was 103.6 cases per 100,000 people. Lyme disease is a bacterial infection spread by ticks. It is the most commonly reported vector-borne illness in the United States.
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