Elevated sed rates are rates of people dying from pneumonia or other respiratory illnesses in the first three months of life, according to the CDC.
The highest rate in the country was reported by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The LDS church has a total of 11,000 congregations in the U.S., which means the church has roughly a million members.
Elevated rates are defined as rates above the state average.
The church has its own rate for this disease, though, which is defined as “deaths from acute respiratory illnesses and hospitalizations due to respiratory disease in the 12 months prior to the census.”
The CDC defines elevated rates as the “hospitalization rate, after adjusting for age, sex, race, and income level.”
For the church, this is a good indicator of how it’s doing, because it is one of the largest congregations with its membership.
Its church has an average elevation rate of 4.4, meaning it has a rate that’s a lot higher than the average rate in each of the other five states.
The average rate for Utah is 5.3.
The Church of Christ of Jesus Christian has an elevation rate above the national average of 4 per cent.
In Utah, the rate is 12.6 per cent, so it’s the second highest in the nation.
But its church has the highest rate of people living in the state with the highest elevation rate, with 3,764 people.
The church has 1,937 active members in Utah.
Its total membership is about 2,000.
The number of active Mormons in Utah is about 12,000 people.
Its average elevation is 7.4 per cent in the county.
It’s the third highest elevation in the world, behind New York and New Jersey.
It is the most popular church in the United States.
Its members are more likely to be white, male, and live in the South.
It has a younger membership than any other church in Utah, and its youngest members are younger than average.
Its rate is 7 per cent of all Utah residents, about the same as the national rate.
Its average elevation was 8.7 per cent at its highest elevation, and 6.7 percent at its lowest.
It was 12.8 per cent on the average in the 10 counties with the lowest elevation rates.
Utah has a church population of around 17,000, which makes it the fifth largest in the continental United States, behind Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
Its size is about the size of New York, Texas and California.
There are about 6 million Mormons in the Church, and the number is growing, as more Mormons start attending the church.
It had an average of 13,826 active members at the end of 2017, according for the church’s website.
The total number of Mormons in Salt Lake County, Utah, in 2017 was 12,869, or 1.7% of the county’s total population.
Utah also has one of only two counties with a higher average elevation.
The other county is New Mexico, where the average elevation rose from 5.7 in the year before to 7.2 in 2017.
The highest elevation is in the city of San Diego, where it rose from 3.6 to 6.3 per cent over the same period.
The lowest elevation is at the city and county level, where New Mexico had a rate of 2.9.