Table 2. Chlamydia — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2017

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Rank* State Cases Rate per 100,000 Population
1 Alaska 5,934 799.8
2 Louisiana 34,756 742.4
3 Mississippi 21,149 707.6
4 New Mexico 13,560 651.6
5 South Carolina 32,235 649.8
6 Georgia 65,104 631.4
7 North Carolina 62,876 619.7
8 Alabama 29,935 615.5
9 New York 116,814 591.6
10 Illinois 75,518 589.9
11 Arkansas 17,320 579.6
12 Arizona 39,598 571.3
13 Delaware 5,392 566.3
14 California 218,785 557.4
15 Maryland 33,416 555.4
16 Oklahoma 21,752 554.4
17 Nevada 16,260 553.1
18 Texas 151,533 543.9
19 Missouri 32,683 536.4
  U.S. TOTAL† 1,708,569 528.8
20 Ohio 61,389 528.6
21 Tennessee 35,087 527.5
22 Indiana 34,278 516.8
23 South Dakota 4,437 512.7
24 Michigan 50,595 509.6
25 Virginia 42,374 503.7
26 Rhode Island 5,282 500.0
27 Connecticut 17,750 496.3
28 Colorado 26,995 487.2
29 Florida 100,018 485.2
30 Wisconsin 27,740 480.0
31 Hawaii 6,850 479.5
32 Kansas 13,554 466.2
33 Oregon 18,634 455.2
34 Nebraska 8,595 450.7
35 Iowa 13,893 443.2
36 Washington 32,231 442.2
37 Pennsylvania 56,447 441.5
38 Montana 4,560 437.4
39 Kentucky 19,320 435.4
40 North Dakota 3,278 432.5
41 Massachusetts 29,315 430.4
42 Minnesota 23,539 426.4
43 New Jersey 35,239 394.0
44 Idaho 6,200 368.4
45 Wyoming 2,142 365.8
46 Maine 4,555 342.1
47 Utah 10,135 332.2
48 New Hampshire 4,412 330.5
49 Vermont 1,858 297.5
50 West Virginia 4,140 226.1

* 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 9,107 cases and a rate of 1337.0, but excludes outlying areas (Guam with 1,107 cases and rate of 663.3, Puerto Rico with 5,961 cases and rate of 174.7, and Virgin Islands with 458 cases and rate of 425.2).

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