Table 13. Gonorrhea — Reported Cases and Rates of Reported Cases by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2018

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Rank* State Cases Rate per 100,000 Population
1 Mississippi 9,749 326.7
2 Alaska 2,247 303.7
3 South Carolina 13,801 274.7
4 Alabama 12,742 261.4
5 Louisiana 12,043 257.1
6 New Mexico 5,268 252.3
7 Missouri 15,090 246.8
8 Arkansas 7,300 243.0
9 North Carolina 23,725 230.9
10 Oklahoma 8,998 228.9
11 Tennessee 14,627 217.8
12 Nevada 6,475 216.0
13 Ohio 25,146 215.7
14 California 79,192 200.3
15 Georgia 20,867 200.1
16 Illinois 25,422 198.6
17 South Dakota 1,689 194.2
18 New York 37,262 187.7
19 Arizona 12,870 183.4
20 Indiana 12,193 182.9
21 North Dakota 1,369 181.2
22 Kansas 5,256 180.4
  US TOTAL† 583,405 179.1
23 Delaware 1,691 175.8
24 Maryland 10,305 170.3
25 Kentucky 7,470 167.7
26 Michigan 16,688 167.5
27 Texas 47,231 166.9
28 Colorado 8,894 158.6
29 Florida 32,644 155.6
30 Iowa 4,839 153.8
31 Washington 11,207 151.3
32 Oregon 5,913 142.7
33 Nebraska 2,696 140.4
34 Virginia 11,776 139.0
35 Connecticut 4,959 138.2
36 Wisconsin 7,882 136.0
37 Minnesota 7,542 135.2
38 Rhode Island 1,336 126.1
39 Pennsylvania 15,887 124.1
40 Massachusetts 8,076 117.7
41 Montana 1,181 112.4
42 Hawaii 1,495 104.7
43 New Jersey 9,067 100.7
44 Utah 2,895 93.3
45 Idaho 1,134 66.0
46 West Virginia 1,143 62.9
47 Wyoming 311 53.7
48 Maine 710 53.1
49 New Hampshire 594 44.2
50 Vermont 268 43.0

* 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 4,240 cases and a rate of 611.0 cases per 100,000 population, but excludes territories.

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