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Primary* Refugee Arrivals to MN by Region of World 1979-2011 Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health *First resettled in Minnesota.

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1 Primary* Refugee Arrivals to MN by Region of World Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health *First resettled in Minnesota

2 Primary Refugee Arrival by Month, Minnesota, Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health

3 Lake Cook Le Sueur Rice Goodhue NoblesRockJacksonMartinFaribaultFreebornMowerFillmoreHouston WinonaOlmstedDodgeSteeleWasecaBlue EarthWatonwan Cottonwood MurrayPipestone Nicollet Wabasha Dakota Scott Wash- ing- ton Chisago Isanti Brown Sibley Carver Hennepin WrightMeeker Kandiyohi Renville Redwood Sherburne LyonLincoln Yellow Medicine Lac Qui Parle Swift Big Stone PopeStevens Traverse Chippewa Stearns Benton Carlton Pine Kanabec Mille Lacs Aitkin Crow Wing Morrison Cass Hubbard Wadena Todd DouglasGrant Ottertail Wilkin Becker Clay Clear Water Mahnomen Norman Red Lake Pennington Polk Beltrami Marshall Itasca Koochiching Lake of the Woods RoseauKittson St. Louis McLeod 71 Anoka Hennepin Number of Refugees Arrival By Initial County Of Resettlement 2011 Primary Refugee Arrival To Minnesota (N=1,891) Ram- sey – – 1,500

4 Primary Refugee Arrivals, Minnesota 2011 N=1,891 Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health Other includes Afghanistan, Belarus, Burundi, Cameroon, China, Cuba, DR Congo, the Gambia, Guinea, Haiti, Iran, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico, Moldova, Philippines, Russia, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine, and Zimbabwe

5 Country of Origin by County of Resettlement, 2011 N=308N=1,274 N=79N=66 Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health

6 Primary Refugee Arrivals Screened Minnesota, * *Ineligible if moved out of state or to an unknown destination, unable to locate or died before screening

7 Primary Refugees Lost to Follow-up Minnesota, 2011 Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health *Ineligible for the refugee health assessment N=62

8 Primary Refugee Screenings by Region of Origin, Minnesota, 2011 World RegionTotal arrivals Ineligible for Screening Number Screened (%*) SE Asia/E Asia1,250141,235 (99) Sub-Saharan Africa (99) North Africa/ Middle East (100) Eastern Europe41041 (100) Latin America/ Caribbean (71) Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health *Percent screened among the eligible

9 Refugee Screening Rates by Exam Type Minnesota, 2011 Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health 1,799/1,829 1,813/1,829 1,806/1, /769 1,765/1, /1,829 1,829/1,839 *Screened for at least one type of STI

10 Health Status of New Refugees, Minnesota, 2011 Health status upon arrival No of refugees No(%) with infection screened among screened TB infection** 1,799 (98%) 391 (22%) Hepatitis B infection*** 1,813 (99%) 137 (8%) Parasitic Infection**** 1,806 (99%) 383 (21%) Sexually Transmitted 1,765 (96%) 16 (1%) Infections (STIs)***** Malaria Infection 132 (7%) 3 (2%) Lead****** 745 (97%) 17 (2%) Hemoglobin 1,804 (99%) 350 (19%) Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health Total screened: N=1,829 (99.5% of 1,839 eligible refugees) * For refugees arriving into the US from 1/1/2011 through 12/31/2011 ** Persons with LTBI (>= 10mm induration or IGRA+, normal CXR) or suspect/active TB disease *** Positive for Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) **** Positive for at least one intestinal parasite infection ***** Positive for at least one STI (tested for syphilis, HIV, chlamydia or gonorrhea) ****** Children <17 years old (N=769 screened)

11 6/39 206/1,220 N=1,799 screened *Diagnosis of Latent TB infection (N=383) or Suspect/Active TB disease (N=8) Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health Tuberculosis Infection* Among Refugees By Region Of Origin, Minnesota, / /1,799 5/48 2/12

12 Hepatitis B infection Among Refugees by Region of Origin, Minnesota, 2011 Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health N=1,813 screened 137/1,813 34/ /1,230 0/39 0/48 0/12

13 Intestinal Parasitic Infection* Among Refugees by Region of Origin, Minnesota, 2011 * At least one stool parasite found (including nonpathogenic) Refugee Health Program, Minnesota Department of Health 383/1,807 68/ /1,231 5/36 *At least one type of pathogenic intestinal parasite N=1,806 screened 1/12 7/45


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