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Incidence Rates of Mumps Cases in Texas

  MumpsR19 MumpsR18   2016Mumps
Mumps map 2015
 2019   2018   2016
2015 
Mumps Case Counts and Incidence Ratesa in Texas, 2010-2019                     
Disease  Type 2010  2011  2012  2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  2018 2019 
Mumps Cases  121  68  15  13  15 20  191 470  264  783 
Incidence Rate 0.5  0.3  0.1 0.0 0.1  0.1 0.7  1.6 0.9  2.7 
 aIncidence rates (IR) are calculated per 100,000 population. Population data are projected population from Texas Demographic Center’s Texas Populations Projections Program; 2019 population projections were updated July 18, 2019, and 2018 & earlier population projections were from the prior version.            

Mumps Cases and Incidence Rates in Texas 2006-2017  (PDF)

MumpsCases2010-19

MumpsIR2010-19

Mumps Cases and Incidence Ratesa by Age Groupb in Texas 2018-2019     
Age Group (Years) 2018 2019
  Cases IR Cases IR
< 1 0 0.0  4 -
1-4 12 - 23 1.4
5-9 13 - 20 1.0
10-14 9 - 24 1.2
15-19 38 1.7 118 5.7
20-29 103 2.4 318 7.4
30-39 44 1.1 167 4.1
40-49 28 0.7 63 1.7
50-59 7 - 32 0.9
60+ 10 - 14 -
Unknown 0 - 0 -
aIncidence rates (IR) are calculated per 100,000 population. Population data are projected population from Texas Demographic Center’s Texas Populations Projections Program; 2019 population projections were updated July 18, 2019, and 2018 population projections were from the prior version.
bAge is calculated based on date of birth and event date, which is onset date if known.
Note: Per the Emerging and Acute Infectious Disease Unit Data Suppression Policy, rates are not provided when the Relative Standard Error exceeds 25% (n <16).    
Data Source: Texas NEDSS Finalized Data File, 2018 & 2019, Texas Notifiable Conditions.

Mumps Cases and Incidence Rates by Age Group in Texas 2006-2017 (PDF)

Mumps Cases and Incidence Ratesa for the Most Populous Texas Counties, 2018-2019
County 2018 2019
Cases  IR Cases IR
BEXAR 11 - 52 2.5
BRAZORIA 0 0.0 - -
CAMERON 33 6.9 99 23.2
COLLIN 0 0.0 2 -
DALLAS 11 - 16 0.6
DENTON 2 - 9 -
EL PASO 27 2.9 23 2.6
FORT BEND 2 - 5 -
HARRIS 20 0.4 89 1.8
HIDALGO 4 - 77 8.9
MONTGOMERY 3 - 41 6.9
NUECES - - 8 -
TARRANT 22 1.1 15 -
TRAVIS 9 - 22 1.7
WILLIAMSON 6 - 12 -
STATEWIDE TOTALS 264 0.9 783 2.7
aIncidence rates (IR) are calculated per 100,000 population. Population data are projected population from Texas Demographic Center’s Texas Populations Projections Program; 2019 population projections were updated July 18, 2019, and 2018 population projections were from the prior version.
Note: Per the Emerging and Acute Infectious Disease Unit Data Suppression Policy, case counts are not published when underlying populations are less than 2,000, when n <10 for populations 2,000 to 20,000, or when n<5 for populations 20,000 to 400,000. Rates are not provided when underlying populations are less than 2,000 or the Relative Standard Error exceeds 25% (n<16).
Data Source: Texas NEDSS Finalized Data File, 2018 & 2019, Texas Notifiable Conditions   

Mumps Cases and Incidence Rates by County in Texas 2006-2017 (PDF)

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

Last updated March 1, 2022