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Topic: Infant mortality rates
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Infant mortality rates: Virginia, 2014-2017 Average

Rate per 1,000 live births
RegionRate
Accomack7.2
Albemarle**
Alexandria city3.9
Alleghany**
Amherst9.3
Appomattox**
Arlington2.7
Augusta**
Bath**
Bedford5.9
Bland**
Botetourt**
Bristol city**
Brunswick**
Buchanan17.9
Buckingham**
Campbell**
Caroline**
Carroll**
Charles City**
Charlotte**
Charlottesville city5.3
Chesapeake city7.5
Chesterfield5.6
Clarke**
Colonial Heights city9.0
Culpeper3.9
Cumberland**
Danville city14.0
Dickenson**
Dinwiddie13.0
Essex**
Fairfax city**
Fairfax county3.9
Falls Church city**
Fauquier4.1
Floyd**
Fluvanna**
Franklin**
Franklin city**
Frederick7.3
Fredericksburg city7.3
Galax city**
Giles**
Gloucester**
Goochland**
Grayson**
Greene12.6
Greensville**
Halifax10.0
Hampton city8.4
Hanover5.3
Harrisonburg city5.5
Henrico7.6
Henry7.5
Hopewell city9.8
Isle of Wight**
James City6.2
King and Queen**
King George**
King William**
Lancaster**
Lee**
Lexington city**
Loudoun3.5
Louisa**
Lunenburg**
Lynchburg city6.8
Manassas city3.6
Manassas Park city**
Martinsville city**
Mathews**
Mecklenburg14.3
Middlesex**
Montgomery3.8
Nelson**
New Kent**
Newport News city6.6
Norfolk city8.6
Northampton**
Northumberland**
Nottoway**
Orange**
Page**
Patrick**
Petersburg city11.0
Pittsylvania5.0
Poquoson city**
Portsmouth city9.0
Powhatan**
Prince Edward**
Prince George**
Prince William4.6
Pulaski**
Radford city**
Rappahannock**
Richmond**
Richmond city11.3
Roanoke7.8
Roanoke city8.9
Rockbridge**
Rockingham5.4
Russell13.0
Salem city7.7
Scott**
Shenandoah**
Smyth10.5
Southampton**
Spotsylvania6.9
Stafford5.5
Staunton city**
Suffolk city5.9
Surry**
Sussex**
Tazewell10.3
Virginia5.8
Virginia Beach city5.0
Warren6.9
Washington9.4
Waynesboro city**
Westmoreland**
Williamsburg city**
Winchester city**
Wise9.6
Wythe**
York**
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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Healthy people 2020

  • Infant deaths: reduce to no more than 6 per 1,000 live births.

Footnotes

  • An infant death occurs within the first year of life.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final mortality data, 1990-1994 and period linked birth/infant death data, 1995-present.
  • Retrieved August 06, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.