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(Number) Number of infant deaths (less than one year old).
(Rate-D.C.) Number of infant deaths (less than one year old) per every 1,000 live births in D.C.
(Rate-Ward) Number of infant deaths (less than one year old) in ward per every 1,000 live births in the ward.
2014 Infant Mortality Report, Published March 2016
Data Management and Analysis Division
Center for Policy, Planning, and Evaluation
DC Department of Health
Due to the small number of infant deaths, infant mortality rates are highly variable and should be interpreted cautiously.
Last Updated October 2016
Shana Bartley, Acting Executive Director
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