Table 20. Gonorrhea — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases in Counties and Independent Cities* Ranked by Number of Reported Cases, United States, 2019

Table 20. Gonorrhea — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases in Counties and Independent Cities* Ranked by Number of Reported Cases, United States, 2019
Rank* County/Independent City Cases Rate per 100,000 Population Cumulative Percentage
1 Los Angeles County, CA 26,195 259.2 4
2 Cook County, IL 18,181 351.0 7
3 Maricopa County, AZ 10,670 241.9 9
4 New York County, NY 9,220 566.1 10
5 Kings County, NY 8,962 347.0 12
6 Harris County, TX 8,317 177.0 13
7 Dallas County, TX 8,253 312.9 15
8 Wayne County, MI 7,170 408.8 16
9 Philadelphia County, PA 7,043 444.6 17
10 San Diego County, CA 6,366 190.4 18
11 Bronx County, NY 5,913 412.9 19
12 San Francisco County, CA 5,593 633.2 20
13 Clark County, NV 5,448 244.1 21
14 Cuyahoga County, OH 5,346 429.8 22
15 Milwaukee County, WI 5,083 536.1 22
16 Miami-Dade County, FL 4,971 180.0 23
17 Franklin County, OH 4,957 378.3 24
18 King County, WA 4,640 207.8 25
19 Broward County, FL 4,436 227.3 25
20 Washington, D.C. 4,382 623.8 26
21 Queens County, NY 4,299 188.6 27
22 Sacramento County, CA 4,270 277.1 28
23 Shelby County, TN 4,187 447.4 28
24 Orange County, CA 4,070 127.7 29
25 Marion County, IN 4,040 423.2 30
26 San Bernardino County, CA 4,006 184.5 30
27 Baltimore (City), MD 3,982 660.9 31
28 Duval County, FL 3,972 418.0 31
29 Riverside County, CA 3,952 161.3 32
30 Alameda County, CA 3,669 220.1 33
31 Hennepin County, MN 3,578 284.1 33
32 Mecklenburg County, NC 3,349 306.2 34
33 Tarrant County, TX 3,271 156.9 34
34 Jackson County, MO 3,265 466.2 35
35 Fulton County, GA 3,263 310.7 35
36 Orange County, FL 3,248 235.3 36
37 Denver County, CO 3,234 451.4 36
38 Jefferson County, AL 3,108 471.4 37
39 Bexar County, TX 3,035 152.8 37
40 Oklahoma County, OK 3,033 382.7 38
41 St. Louis County, MO 2,997 300.6 38
42 Hillsborough County, FL 2,808 195.4 39
43 Hamilton County, OH 2,762 338.2 39
44 Travis County, TX 2,739 219.3 40
45 Multnomah County, OR 2,631 324.1 40
46 Santa Clara County, CA 2,504 129.2 41
47 Jefferson County, KY 2,442 316.9 41
48 St. Louis (city), MO 2,441 806.0 41
49 Suffolk County, MA 2,417 299.4 42
50 Fresno County, CA 2,397 241.0 42
51 Tulsa County, OK 2,348 362.1 43
52 Davidson County, TN 2,333 336.9 43
53 Monroe County, NY 2,302 310.0 43
54 Guilford County, NC 2,297 430.4 44
55 Dekalb County, GA 2,266 299.5 44
56 Pima County, AZ 2,211 212.8 44
57 Contra Costa County, CA 2,207 191.9 45
58 Prince George’s County, MD 2,196 241.5 45
59 Wake County, NC 2,172 198.8 45
60 Pierce County, WA 2,135 239.5 46
61 Kern County, CA 2,102 234.4 46
62 Bernalillo County, NM 2,101 309.6 47
63 Orleans Parish, LA 2,092 535.0 47
64 Essex County, NJ 2,041 255.2 47
65 Montgomery County, OH 2,007 377.0 48
66 Erie County, NY 1,950 212.0 48
67 Allegheny County, PA 1,914 157.1 48
68 Richland County, SC 1,907 460.0 48
69 Lucas County, OH 1,800 418.7 49
70 Hinds County, MS 1,774 748.3 49
 

* The top 70 counties and independent cities ranked in descending order by number of cases reported in 2019 then by rate are displayed.

NOTE: Relative rankings of counties may be impacted by completeness of the variable used to identify county. In 2019, the variable used to identify county was complete for ≤95% of cases in Georgia, South Dakota, Utah, and West Virginia. See Technical Notes for more information.

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