Table 2. Chlamydia — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2019

Table 2. Chlamydia — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2019
Rank* State Cases Rate per 100,000 Population
1 Alaska 6,254 848.1
2 Mississippi 25,303 847.2
3 Louisiana 36,131 775.3
4 South Carolina 35,950 707.1
5 New Mexico 14,283 681.6
6 North Carolina 70,257 676.6
7 Georgia 67,720 643.8
8 Alabama 31,228 638.9
9 New York 124,622 637.7
10 Illinois 81,012 635.8
11 Maryland 37,779 625.2
12 Tennessee 41,089 606.9
13 Delaware 5,864 606.3
14 Arizona 43,058 600.4
15 California 236,719 598.4
16 Oklahoma 23,518 596.4
17 Nevada 17,827 587.5
18 Arkansas 17,196 570.6
19 Hawaii 8,093 569.7
20 Virginia 48,169 565.5
21 Missouri 34,416 561.8
22 Ohio 65,393 559.4
US TOTAL† 1,808,703 552.8
23 Rhode Island 5,718 540.8
24 Indiana 35,430 529.4
25 Kansas 15,286 525.0
26 Colorado 29,821 523.6
27 Florida 110,794 520.2
28 South Dakota 4,547 515.4
29 North Dakota 3,880 510.5
30 Iowa 16,044 508.3
31 Washington 37,795 501.6
32 Michigan 50,104 501.2
33 Wisconsin 29,080 500.2
34 Pennsylvania 61,694 481.7
35 Nebraska 9,291 481.6
36 Kentucky 20,911 468.0
37 Oregon 19,279 460.0
38 Massachusetts 31,622 458.1
39 Texas 129,075 449.7
40 Montana 4,753 447.4
41 Minnesota 24,470 436.1
42 Connecticut 15,290 428.0
43 New Jersey 37,591 422.0
44 Idaho 6,863 391.2
45 Wyoming 2,189 378.9
46 Utah 11,075 350.4
47 West Virginia 5,609 310.6
48 Maine 3,989 298.0
49 Vermont 1,718 274.3
50 New Hampshire 3,577 263.7
 

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

† Total includes cases reported by the District of Columbia with 9,327 cases and a rate of 1,327.8, but excludes territories.

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