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Campylobacteriosis Data

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Campylobacteriosis Incidence Maps of Texas by Year (jpg image) 
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Campylobacteriosis Cases and Incidence Rates in Texas by Age Group 2018-2019

Campylobacteriosis Cases and Incidence Rates in Texas by Age Group 2008-2017

Campylobacteriosis Cases and IR County 2018-2019

Campylobacteriosis Cases and IR County 2008-2017

Reported Campylobacteriosis Cases and Incidence Rates in Texas, 2011-2020    
Year* Case Count IR
2020 2,949 9.9
2019 5,391  18.5 
2018  5,048 17.6
2017  5,449  18.9 
2016  4,667  16.5 
2015 3,944  14.2
2014  2,589  9.5 
2013 2,640  9.8 
2012 2,390  9.1 
2011  1,741  6.7 
*Incidence rates (IR) are calculated per 100,000 population.
Population data are projected population from Texas Demographic Center’s Texas Populations Projections Program; 2020 and 2019 population projections were updated March 2022, and 2018 and earlier population projections were from the prior version.
Data Source: Texas NEDSS Finalized Data File, 2011-2020, Texas Notifiable Conditions.
Campylobacteriosis Case Count and Incidence Ratesa in Texas by Age Groupb, 2020 
Age Group (Years)  Case Count Incidence Rate
<1 110  25.7 
1-4  449  26.6 
5-9  219  10.6 
10-14  159  7.6 
15-19  168  8.0 
20-29  298  6.8 
30-39  290  7.0 
40-49 286  7.6 
50-59  324  9.3 
60+  646  11.7 
Unknown 
Total 2,949  9.9
aIncidence rates (IR) are calculated per 100,000 population. Population data are projected population from Texas Demographic Center's Texas Population Projections Program, updated March 2022. 
bAge is calculated from date of birth to date of patient symptom onset. Other event dates are used when the symptom onset date is unknown. 
Note: Per Emerging and Acute Infectious Disease Unit Data Suppression policy, beginning with data published after September 2021, conditions with statewide case counts of 1-4 are not provided (-).
Note: Per Emerging and Acute Infectious Disease Unit Data Suppression policy, beginning with data published after June 2021, rates are not provided (-) when the Relative Standard Error exceeds 25% (n<16).     
Data Source: Texas NEDSS Finalized Data File, 2020, Texas Notifiable Conditions.
Campylobacteriosis Case Count and Incidence Ratesa for the Most Populous Texas Counties, 2020 
County Case Count Incidence Rate
Bexar 423  20.2 
Brazoria  11 2.9 
Cameron 49  11.5 
Collin 49  4.7 
Dallas 143 5.2 
Denton 45 5.0
El Paso  6 0.7 
Fort Bend 34 4.0
Harris 50 1.0
Hidalgo 462 53.1 
Montgomery  61 9.9 
Nueces 45 11.7
Tarrant150.7 
Travis 14010.8 
Williamson 36 6.1 
Statewide Totals2,9499.9
aIncidence rates (IR) are calculated per 100,000 population. Population data are projected population from Texas Demographic Center's Texas Population Projections Program, updated March 2022. 
Note: Per Emerging and Acute Infectious Disease Unit Data Suppression policy, beginning with data published after September 2021, conditions with statewide case counts of 1-4 are not provided (-).
Note: Per Emerging and Acute Infectious Disease Unit Data Suppression policy, beginning with data published after June 2021, rates are not provided (-) when the Relative Standard Error exceeds 25% (n<16).     
Data Source: Texas NEDSS Finalized Data File, 2020, Texas Notifiable Conditions.

For more data regarding this condition, please see our Infectious Disease Annual Reports or submit a Data Request

Last updated July 22, 2022