Table 2. Chlamydia — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2016

Rank* State Cases Rate per 100,000 Population
1 Alaska 5,698 771.6
2 Louisiana 31,727 679.3
3 Mississippi 20,112 672.1
4 New Mexico 13,108 628.6
5 Georgia 62,776 614.6
6 North Carolina 58,006 577.6
7 South Carolina 28,179 575.5
8 Delaware 5,365 567.2
9 Arkansas 16,737 562.0
10 Illinois 72,201 561.4
11 Alabama 26,901 553.6
12 New York 109,433 552.8
13 Oklahoma 21,449 548.4
14 Ohio 60,496 520.9
15 Texas 142,952 520.4
16 Arizona 34,923 511.5
17 Maryland 30,658 510.4
18 Missouri 30,843 507.0
19 Nevada 14,649 506.7
20 California 198,155 506.2
21 South Dakota 4,331 504.5
  U.S. TOTAL† 1,598,354 497.3
22 Tennessee 32,304 489.4
23 Hawaii 6,902 482.1
24 Virginia 39,666 473.2
25 Colorado 25,569 468.6
26 Florida 94,742 467.4
27 Rhode Island 4,936 467.3
28 Wisconsin 26,894 466.0
29 Indiana 30,847 466.0
30 Michigan 45,936 462.9
31 North Dakota 3,455 456.5
32 Pennsylvania 56,930 444.7
33 Washington 31,254 435.9
34 Oregon 17,425 432.5
35 Nebraska 8,197 432.3
36 Montana 4,416 427.5
37 Kansas 12,160 417.6
38 Iowa 12,983 415.6
39 Minnesota 22,685 413.2
40 Kentucky 18,286 413.2
41 Massachusetts 26,807 394.5
42 Connecticut 13,911 387.4
43 New Jersey 34,519 385.3
44 Idaho 5,897 356.3
45 Wyoming 2,060 351.5
46 Utah 9,457 315.7
47 Maine 4,156 312.6
48 Vermont 1,690 269.9
49 West Virginia 4,821 261.4
50 New Hampshire 3,467 260.6

* 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 7,283 cases and a rate of 1,083.4, but excludes outlying areas (Guam with 934 cases and rate of 577.3, Puerto Rico with 7,198 cases and rate of 207.2, and Virgin Islands with 571 cases and rate of 554.6).

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