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Topic: Perinatal mortality
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Perinatal mortality: Virginia, 2003-2006 Average

Rate per 1,000 live births and fetal deaths
RegionRate
Accomack6.8
Albemarle4.8
Alexandria city5.0
Alleghany13.5
Amelia**
Amherst**
Appomattox**
Arlington5.6
Augusta6.2
Bath**
Bedford7.3
Bedford city**
Bland**
Botetourt9.9
Bristol city**
Brunswick**
Buchanan**
Buckingham**
Buena Vista city**
Campbell10.3
Caroline**
Carroll**
Charles City**
Charlotte**
Charlottesville city6.9
Chesapeake city8.6
Chesterfield5.6
Clarke**
Colonial Heights city13.5
Covington city**
Craig**
Culpeper5.9
Cumberland**
Danville city8.5
Dickenson**
Dinwiddie**
Emporia city**
Essex**
Fairfax city10.1
Fairfax county4.6
Falls Church city**
Fauquier4.5
Floyd**
Fluvanna**
Franklin4.6
Franklin city**
Frederick6.3
Fredericksburg city12.4
Galax city**
Giles**
Gloucester**
Goochland**
Grayson**
Greene**
Greensville**
Halifax13.4
Hampton city8.2
Hanover4.6
Harrisonburg city7.4
Henrico8.0
Henry8.9
Highland**
Hopewell city9.1
Isle of Wight**
James City**
King and Queen**
King George8.8
King William**
Lancaster**
Lee**
Lexington city**
Loudoun5.6
Louisa**
Lunenburg**
Lynchburg city6.9
Madison**
Manassas city10.6
Manassas Park city**
Martinsville city**
Mathews**
Mecklenburg**
Middlesex**
Montgomery4.7
Nelson**
New Kent**
Newport News city6.0
Norfolk city8.3
Northampton**
Northumberland**
Norton city**
Nottoway**
Orange**
Page**
Patrick**
Petersburg city9.8
Pittsylvania9.7
Poquoson city**
Portsmouth city10.7
Powhatan**
Prince Edward**
Prince George**
Prince William5.8
Pulaski11.7
Radford city**
Rappahannock**
Richmond**
Richmond city10.9
Roanoke5.5
Roanoke city10.2
Rockbridge14.3
Rockingham7.1
Russell**
Salem city**
Scott**
Shenandoah7.7
Smyth8.0
Southampton**
Spotsylvania7.9
Stafford5.8
Staunton city**
Suffolk city9.7
Surry**
Sussex**
Tazewell5.8
United States6.6
Virginia6.8
Virginia Beach city8.1
Warren7.1
Washington8.6
Waynesboro city11.9
Westmoreland**
Williamsburg city**
Winchester city12.3
Wise6.2
Wythe9.7
York4.9
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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Healthy people 2020

  • Perinatal deaths: Reduce to no more than 5.9 per 1,000 live birth and fetal deaths.

Footnotes

  • Perinatal deaths include fetal deaths at 28 weeks gestation or more and infant deaths less than one week of age.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, fetal mortality data and period linked birth/infant death data.
  • Retrieved August 06, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.