59 residents die of influenza and pneumonia in Vermont in 2016


There were 59 Vermont residents who died of influenza and pneumonia in 2016, a 30.6 percent decrease from the previous year, according to data obtained from the National Center for Health Statistics.

In 2015, 85 Vermont residents died of influenza and pneumonia.

The National Center for Health Statistics is the nation’s primary health statistics agency. The CDC and other health-related organizations can use NCHS data for a variety of ends.

The following table shows total influenza and pneumonia deaths by state in 2016 and 2015.

Total influenza and pneumonia deaths by state
State
2016 deaths
2015 deaths
California
5,981
6,188
New York
4,513
4,881
Texas
2,860
3,214
Florida
2,808
2,676
Pennsylvania
2,491
2,899
Ohio
2,187
2,445
Illinois
2,178
2,343
North Carolina
1,896
2,115
Michigan
1,672
1,894
Tennessee
1,533
1,723
Georgia
1,423
1,467
Massachusetts
1,251
1,512
New Jersey
1,208
1,402
Virginia
1,177
1,416
Missouri
1,150
1,337
Maryland
1,025
1,176
Alabama
987
1,097
Indiana
962
1,044
Kentucky
888
967
Wisconsin
888
1,052
Arizona
885
775
Washington
815
851
Mississippi
785
791
Louisiana
720
753
South Carolina
690
848
Arkansas
623
700
Connecticut
572
667
Nevada
567
630
Oklahoma
546
717
Colorado
533
659
Minnesota
529
738
Kansas
522
682
Hawaii
507
557
Iowa
504
618
Oregon
452
453
West Virginia
423
526
Utah
380
372
New Mexico
353
322
Nebraska
342
397
Maine
231
333
Idaho
207
218
New Hampshire
203
275
South Dakota
195
213
Rhode Island
165
246
Montana
147
183
North Dakota
134
172
Delaware
132
189
Wyoming
99
99
District of Columbia
78
104
Alaska
61
41
Vermont
59
85

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