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TABLE III. Deaths in 122 U.S. cities*,
week ending January 12, 2013


Reporting
Area
All Causes, by Age (Years) Pneumonia and
Influenza
All Ages** >=65 45-64 25-44 1-24 Less than 1
 NEW ENGLAND 786 574 172 19 11 10 120
 Boston, Mass. 212 147 48 9 5 3 28
 Bridgeport, Conn. 55 43 8 2 - 2 8
 Cambridge, Mass. 16 14 2 - - - 1
 Fall River, Mass. 44 34 9 - 1 - 2
 Hartford, Conn. 68 54 10 - 4 - 10
 Lowell, Mass. 33 26 6 - 1 - 6
 Lynn, Mass. 10 7 3 - - - -
 New Bedford, Mass. 39 33 5 1 - - 3
 New Haven, Conn. 36 25 9 2 - - 6
 Providence, R.I. 76 49 23 1 - 3 7
 Somerville, Mass. 1 1 - - - - -
 Springfield, Mass. 49 34 13 1 - 1 11
 Waterbury, Conn. 43 32 9 1 - 1 3
 Worcester, Mass. 104 75 27 2 - - 35
 MID. ATLANTIC 2,358 1,679 500 113 41 25 159
 Albany, N.Y. 66 52 9 2 1 2 7
 Allentown, Pa. 35 29 4 1 - 1 3
 Buffalo, N.Y. 122 82 31 5 1 3 12
 Camden, N.J. 41 32 5 3 - 1 1
 Elizabeth, N.J. 22 10 8 4 - - 2
 Erie, Pa.*** 83 61 17 3 2 - 3
 Jersey City, N.J. 21 15 4 2 - - 1
 New York City, N.Y. 1,483 1,050 317 70 29 17 94
 Newark, N.J. 40 17 16 1 5 1 2
 Paterson, N.J. 25 14 6 4 1 - -
 Philadelphia, Pa. U U U U U U U
 Pittsburgh, Pa.*** 46 32 11 3 - - 2
 Reading, Pa. 34 26 5 3 - - 6
 Rochester, N.Y. 93 71 18 4 - - 4
 Schenectady, N.Y. 29 22 6 - 1 - 6
 Scranton, Pa.*** 42 37 4 1 - - 3
 Syracuse, N.Y. 82 61 18 3 - - 10
 Trenton, N.J. 46 33 10 3 - - -
 Utica, N.Y. 21 12 7 1 1 - 3
 Yonkers, N.Y. 27 23 4 - - - -
 E.N. CENTRAL 2,910 2,000 657 158 54 41 223
 Akron, Ohio 76 58 13 1 2 2 12
 Canton, Ohio 49 28 14 6 - 1 6
 Chicago, Ill. 284 179 69 24 7 5 15
 Cincinnati, Ohio 104 63 29 4 4 4 5
 Cleveland, Ohio 399 296 80 16 4 3 25
 Columbus, Ohio 300 216 63 11 4 6 27
 Dayton, Ohio 181 145 25 8 2 1 23
 Detroit, Mich. 264 157 81 17 7 2 20
 Evansville, Ind. 54 39 10 3 1 1 3
 Fort Wayne, Ind. 122 96 22 1 3 - 5
 Gary, Ind. 18 15 2 1 - - 1
 Grand Rapids, Mich. 94 65 18 6 3 2 9
 Indianapolis, Ind. 298 183 84 23 6 2 26
 Lansing, Mich. 101 69 24 6 1 1 11
 Milwaukee, Wis. 117 74 34 7 1 1 11
 Peoria, Ill. 83 54 18 5 2 4 8
 Rockford, Ill. 80 55 18 5 2 - 7
 South Bend, Ind. 70 47 16 3 1 3 4
 Toledo, Ohio 129 85 30 9 4 1 3
 Youngstown, Ohio 87 76 7 2 - 2 2
 W.N. CENTRAL 825 571 181 41 20 10 64
 Des Moines, Iowa 73 57 13 3 - - 3
 Duluth, Minn. 38 31 7 - - - 7
 Kansas City, Kans. 41 21 16 2 2 - 1
 Kansas City, Mo. 133 87 31 11 2 2 6
 Lincoln, Nebr. 47 43 1 2 1 - 1
 Minneapolis, Minn. 73 51 17 4 1 - 7
 Omaha, Nebr. 135 99 31 2 1 2 18
 St. Louis, Mo. 86 45 24 6 6 3 5
 St. Paul, Minn. 105 78 18 5 3 1 11
 Wichita, Kans. 94 59 23 6 4 2 5
 S. ATLANTIC 1,040 692 239 61 34 14 90
 Atlanta, Ga. 180 108 51 9 10 2 13
 Baltimore, Md. - - - - - - -
 Charlotte, N.C. 215 154 42 11 4 4 31
 Jacksonville, Fla. 164 103 46 10 3 2 11
 Miami, Fla. 3 3 - - - - -
 Norfolk, Va. 62 39 14 4 2 3 3
 Richmond, Va. 101 67 23 7 4 - 6
 Savannah, Ga. 99 78 16 3 2 - 7
 St. Petersburg, Fla. 60 44 12 4 - - 7
 Tampa, Fla. 5 2 2 - 1 - -
 Washington, D.C. 140 89 29 11 8 3 12
 Wilmington, Del. 11 5 4 2 - - -
 E.S. CENTRAL 1,242 828 289 71 24 30 123
 Birmingham, Ala. 239 168 45 13 3 10 28
 Chattanooga, Tenn. 69 43 16 6 3 1 1
 Knoxville, Tenn. 161 106 44 9 1 1 21
 Lexington, Ky. 89 54 27 6 1 1 2
 Memphis, Tenn. 245 164 53 11 8 9 25
 Mobile, Ala. 129 90 26 8 3 2 3
 Montgomery, Ala. 90 52 24 7 4 3 9
 Nashville, Tenn. 220 151 54 11 1 3 34
 W.S. CENTRAL 1,886 1,149 514 136 46 41 131
 Austin, Tex. 138 89 28 11 5 5 12
 Baton Rouge, La. 103 66 23 8 1 5 3
 Corpus Christi, Tex. 60 42 10 4 4 - 7
 Dallas, Tex. 285 167 86 15 9 8 25
 El Paso, Tex. 102 70 22 8 1 1 8
 Ft. Worth, Tex. U U U U U U U
 Houston, Tex. 410 224 122 41 14 9 15
 Little Rock, Ark. 185 105 56 11 7 6 8
 New Orleans, La. 68 36 21 7 2 2 2
 San Antonio, Tex. 359 224 102 26 2 5 35
 Shreveport, La. 78 46 28 3 1 - 7
 Tulsa, Okla. 98 80 16 2 - - 9
 MOUNTAIN 1,419 977 317 75 29 20 116
 Albuquerque, N.M. 128 94 20 8 4 2 13
 Boise, Idaho 76 51 14 8 2 1 7
 Colo. Springs, Colo. 85 61 12 9 1 2 4
 Denver, Colo. 99 60 31 4 3 1 4
 Las Vegas, Nev. 373 263 91 11 8 - 38
 Ogden, Utah 47 32 13 - - 2 5
 Phoenix, Ariz. 250 148 64 27 6 4 22
 Pueblo, Colo. 41 26 13 1 1 - -
 Salt Lake City, Utah 154 118 24 2 4 6 18
 Tucson, Ariz. 166 124 35 5 - 2 5
 PACIFIC 2,212 1,575 460 110 39 28 187
 Berkeley, Calif. 14 6 4 1 1 2 -
 Fresno, Calif. 178 123 42 8 4 1 13
 Glendale, Calif. 39 33 5 1 - - 6
 Honolulu, Hawaii 56 44 10 1 - 1 5
 Long Beach, Calif. 82 53 23 3 1 2 8
 Los Angeles, Calif. 322 218 73 24 3 4 39
 Pasadena, Calif. 38 30 6 1 1 - 5
 Portland, Oreg. 173 112 47 10 2 2 9
 Sacramento, Calif. 277 191 62 13 8 3 25
 San Diego, Calif. 235 179 42 8 4 2 20
 San Francisco, Calif. 144 105 29 7 - 3 8
 San Jose, Calif. 250 184 43 17 4 2 18
 Santa Cruz, Calif. 49 33 16 - - - 8
 Seattle, Wash. 152 110 28 7 3 4 11
 Spokane, Wash. 72 53 12 5 - 2 4
 Tacoma, Wash. 131 101 18 4 8 - 8
 TOTAL 14,678 10,045 3,329 784 298 219 1,213
NNDSS Interactive Tables ]  [ Mortality Interactive Tables ]

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* Mortality data in this table are voluntarily reported from 122 cities in the United States, most of which have populations of 100,000 or more. A death is reported by the place of its occurrence and by the week that the death certificate was filed. Fetal deaths are not included.
** Totals include unknown ages.
*** Partial counts for this city.

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