Pertussis Disease Statistics, 2005

Minnesota, like other parts of the nation, is experiencing an increase in reported cases of pertussis; cases are occurring statewide. The increase is not necessarily unexpected, since pertussis disease normally peaks every three to five years. The most recent peak year was 2000. The Minnesota Department of Health continues to monitor disease levels.

Data current through December 31, 2005.

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Number of cases
County of residence

Number of reported cases

  • Total number of cases reported to date: 1571

County of residence

County
Number of Cases
Aitkin
0
Anoka
120
Becker
7
Beltrami
3
Benton
9
Big Stone
1
Blue Earth
42
Brown
1
Carlton
16
Carver
9
Cass
1
Chippewa
4
Chisago
29
Clay
24
Clearwater
0
Cook
0
Cottonwood
0
Crow Wing
9
Dakota
122
Dodge
7
Douglas
7
Faribault
9
Fillmore
3
Freeborn
4
Goodhue
12
Grant
1
Hennepin
237
Houston
6
Hubbard
0
Isanti
6
Itasca
13
Jackson
0
Kanabec
0
Kandiyohi
6
Kittson
0
Koochiching
5
Lac Qui Parle
19
Lake
4
Lake of the Woods
0
Le Sueur
7
Lincoln
0
Lyon
12
McLeod
0
Mahnomen
7
Marshall
2
Martin
2
Meeker
12
Mille Lacs
8
Morrison
2
Mower
18
Murray
0
Nicollet
19
Nobles
3
Norman
0
Olmsted
160
Otter Tail
5
Pennington
21
Pine
2
Pipestone
2
Polk
2
Pope
6
Ramsey
111
Red Lake
1
Redwood
3
Renville
12
Rice
4
Rock
3
Roseau
2
St. Louis
65
Scott
36
Sherburne
29
Sibley
1
Stearns
104
Steele
29
Stevens
0
Swift
10
Todd
8
Traverse
1
Wabasha
12
Wadena
0
Waseca
1
Washington
70
Watonwan
11
Wilkin
2
Winona
4
Wright
25
Yellow Medicine
1

Updated Tuesday, 16-Nov-2010 12:20:33 CST