Table 13. Gonorrhea — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2019

Table 13. Gonorrhea — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2019
Rank* State Cases Rate per 100,000 Population
1 Mississippi 12,068 404.1
2 Alaska 2,213 300.1
3 Alabama 14,492 296.5
4 South Carolina 14,160 278.5
5 Louisiana 12,800 274.7
6 Oklahoma 10,491 266.1
7 Missouri 15,585 254.4
8 North Carolina 26,377 254.0
9 South Dakota 2,170 246.0
10 Tennessee 16,026 236.7
11 New Mexico 4,886 233.2
12 Illinois 29,272 229.7
13 Arkansas 6,907 229.2
14 Ohio 26,065 223.0
15 Nevada 6,519 214.8
16 Arizona 15,180 211.7
17 New York 40,901 209.3
18 California 80,301 203.0
19 Georgia 21,257 202.1
20 Maryland 11,598 191.9
21 North Dakota 1,447 190.4
US TOTAL† 616,392 188.4
22 Michigan 18,150 181.6
23 Indiana 11,926 178.2
24 Florida 36,804 172.8
25 Kansas 4,948 169.9
26 Iowa 5,309 168.2
27 Colorado 9,572 168.1
28 Delaware 1,617 167.2
29 Kentucky 7,379 165.1
30 Virginia 13,840 162.5
31 Washington 11,736 155.7
32 Texas 44,230 154.1
33 Nebraska 2,967 153.8
34 Wisconsin 8,846 152.2
35 Montana 1,595 150.1
36 Oregon 6,130 146.3
37 Rhode Island 1,516 143.4
38 Minnesota 8,013 142.8
39 Pennsylvania 16,059 125.4
40 Connecticut 4,418 123.7
41 New Jersey 9,622 108.0
42 Massachusetts 7,396 107.2
43 Hawaii 1,494 105.2
44 West Virginia 1,771 98.1
45 Utah 2,886 91.3
46 Idaho 1,491 85.0
47 Wyoming 448 77.5
48 Maine 547 40.9
49 New Hampshire 410 30.2
50 Vermont 175 27.9
 

* States were ranked by rate, then case count, then in alphabetical order, with rates shown rounded to the nearest tenth.

† Total includes cases reported by the District of Columbia with 4,382 cases and a rate of 623.8, but excludes territories.

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