Monkeypox cases, state by state

The CDC had confirmed 10,768 monkeypox cases in 51 states and territories, as of Aug. 11.

This tally is up from 9,492 cases reported Aug. 9. Globally, more than 31,000 infections have been reported since May.

Wyoming is the only state with no known monkeypox cases, though it's possible that positive cases have gone undetected in this area.

Below is a breakdown of U.S. jurisdictions with confirmed cases, listed from highest to lowest case count. 

New York — 2,187
California — 1,892
Florida — 1,053
Georgia — 824
Texas — 815
Illinois — 734
District of Columbia — 319
New Jersey — 293
Pennsylvania — 282
Maryland — 259
Washington — 234
Massachusetts — 202
Virginia — 175
Arizona — 163
North Carolina — 131
Colorado — 111
Louisiana — 97
Oregon — 95
Michigan — 82
Ohio — 78
Indiana — 77
Tennessee — 67
Utah — 64
Minnesota — 61
Nevada — 59
Connecticut — 57
South Carolina — 49
Puerto Rico — 43
Wisconsin — 31
Rhode Island — 31
Alabama — 27
Missouri — 19
New Mexico — 16
New Hampshire — 15
Nebraska — 14
Arkansas — 14
Iowa — 13
Oklahoma — 12
Hawaii — 12
Mississippi — 11
Kentucky — 11
Idaho — 9
Delaware — 8
West Virginia — 4
Maine — 3
Kansas — 3
South Dakota — 2
North Dakota — 2
Montana — 2
Alaska — 2
Vermont — 1

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