Pertussis Disease Statistics, 2008

Updated 6/9/09

Pertussis activity is increasing in Minnesota. The increase is not necessarily unexpected, since pertussis disease normally peaks every three to five years. The most recent peak season was 2004-2005. The Minnesota Department of Health continues to monitor disease levels.

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Number of cases
County of residence
Annual Summary

Number of reported cases

  • Preliminary number of cases reported in 2008: 1034

County of residence

County
Number of Cases
 
County
Number of Cases
Aitkin 3 Marshall 0
Anoka 25 Martin 0
Becker 0 Meeker 1
Beltrami 26 Mille Lacs 0
Benton 2 Morrison 4
Big Stone 0 Mower 8
Blue Earth 0 Murray 0
Brown 0 Nicollet 1
Carlton 0 Nobles 0
Carver 36 Norman 0
Cass 1 Olmsted 8
Chippewa 4 Otter Tail 30
Chisago 3 Pennington 1
Clay 3 Pine 0
Clearwater 1 Pipestone 0
Cook 0 Polk 2
Cottonwood 0 Pope 1
Crow Wing 14 Ramsey 53
Dakota 359 Red Lake 0
Dodge 0 Redwood 1
Douglas 88 Renville 0
Faribault 0 Rice 9
Fillmore 0 Rock 0
Freeborn 12 Roseau 0
Goodhue 1 St. Louis 12
Grant 0 Scott 26
Hennepin 187 Sherburne 21
Houston 1 Sibley 1
Hubbard 2 Stearns 13
Isanti 0 Steele 2
Itasca 1 Stevens 0
Jackson 0 Swift 3
Kanabec 0 Todd 2
Kandiyohi 3 Traverse 0
Kittson 0 Wabasha 0
Koochiching 0 Wadena 0
Lac Qui Parle 3 Waseca 1
Lake 0 Washington 28
Lake of the Woods 0 Watonwan 0
Le Sueur 4 Wilkin 0
Lincoln 0 Winona 4
Lyon 4 Wright 18
McLeod 0 Yellow Medicine 1
Mahnomen 0  

Annual summary statistics

  • Pertussis Disease, 2008
    Minnesota Department of Health, Disease Control Newsletter;
    Annual Summary of Communicable Diseases Reported to the Minnesota Department of Health, 2008.

 

Updated Monday, November 29, 2010 at 03:50PM