Table 2. Chlamydia — 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 Alaska 6,159 832.5
2 Louisiana 36,293 774.8
3 Mississippi 22,086 740.1
4 South Carolina 33,910 674.9
5 New Mexico 14,000 670.5
6 North Carolina 66,553 647.8
7 Georgia 65,936 632.2
8 Delaware 6,038 627.7
9 Illinois 77,325 604.0
10 New York 119,571 602.4
11 Arkansas 17,663 587.9
12 Maryland 35,482 586.3
13 California 231,415 585.3
14 Nevada 17,508 584.0
15 Alabama 28,437 583.4
16 Arizona 40,807 581.6
17 Tennessee 38,212 569.0
18 Missouri 34,728 568.1
19 Oklahoma 21,974 559.0
20 Ohio 63,220 542.3
21 Hawaii 7,735 541.8
  US TOTAL† 1,758,668 539.9
22 Indiana 34,926 523.9
23 Colorado 29,124 519.4
24 Rhode Island 5,487 517.8
25 Texas 146,510 517.6
26 South Dakota 4,432 509.6
27 Michigan 50,592 507.8
28 Virginia 42,965 507.3
29 Florida 104,758 499.2
30 Kansas 14,231 488.5
31 Wisconsin 28,027 483.6
32 Montana 4,917 468.1
33 Iowa 14,682 466.7
34 North Dakota 3,525 466.6
35 Connecticut 16,732 466.3
36 Washington 34,449 465.2
37 Oregon 19,224 464.0
38 Pennsylvania 59,340 463.4
39 Massachusetts 30,460 444.0
40 Kentucky 19,440 436.4
41 Minnesota 23,569 422.6
42 Nebraska 8,026 418.0
43 New Jersey 36,514 405.5
44 Idaho 6,572 382.8
45 Wyoming 2,169 374.4
46 Utah 10,541 339.8
47 Maine 4,345 325.2
48 New Hampshire 3,734 278.1
49 Vermont 1,712 274.5
50 West Virginia 3,599 198.2

* 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 9,014 cases and a rate of 1,298.9 cases per 100,000 population, but excludes territories.

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