SDG Indicator 3.3.2

Indicator 3.3.2 - Tuberculosis infections
Data for Indicator 3.3.2 depicts the number of tuberculosis infections in the San Diego region per 100,000 people.
The region experienced approximately 230 Tuberculosis infections each year from 2015 to 2017. As shown in the cards below, the rate of tuberculosis infections remained stable during those years. The target, set by the United Nations, is to reduce this rate to zero by 2030.
Tuberculosis rates vary by demographic groups. When comparing data across age groups, individuals 65 years and older consistently have the highest rates of tuberculosis each year. Likewise, males have consistently higher rates than females.
In the San Diego region, data is compiled by residence at the time of Tuberculosis diagnosis. The map below depicts the rate of tuberculosis diagnoses per 100,000 people by Supervisorial District. Counts are too small to map at more granular geographic levels.
Data regarding Tuberculosis incidence is compiled by the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency.