Reports and Statistics
HIV REPORTS AND STATISTICS
For HIV/AIDS-related data please visit the HIV
Epidemiology Unit's Reports and Statistics page.
ANNUAL STD DATA SLIDES SETS
Includes final, year-end data for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis.
STD MONTHLY REPORTS
Reports include monthly and cumulative (year-to-date) cases and rates for reportable STDs in San Diego County and an Editorial Note.
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- Volume 13, Issue 2: Human Papillomavirus – A Virus We Can All Beat
- Volume 13, Issue 1: Expanded Syphilis Screening Recommendations for Prevention of Congenital Syphilis
- Volume 12, Issue 12: CDC Updates Gonorrhea Treatment Guidelines
- Volume 12, Issue 11: Increasing Reports of Disseminated Gonococcal Infection in California
- Volume 12, Issue 10: Decreases in Rates of Reported STIs During COVID-19 Pandemic
Volume 12, Issue 9: Shortage of STI Diagnostic
Test Kits and Laboratory Supplies
- Volume 12, Issue 8: Preliminary 2019 STD Data Slides Now Available Online
- Volume 12, Issue 7: Updates to Title 17, Sections 2500 and 2505 of the California Health and Safety Code
- Volume 12, Issue 6: CDC Report Highlights Missed Opportunities for Congenital Syphilis Prevention
- Volume 12, Issue 5: Genital Chlamydia Trachomatis Infections in Women: Danger in Numbers
- Volume 12, Issue 4: USPSTF Recommends Hepatitis C Virus Screening for All Persons Aged 18 to 79 Years
- Volume 12, Issue 3: STD Clinic Operations during the COVID-19 Emergency
- Volume 12, Issue 2: CDC Releases Recommendations for Provision of STD Clinical Services
- Volume 12, Issue 1: Clusters of Shigellosis Among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Multidrug Resistance
11, Issue 9: National Increase in Disseminated Gonococcal
- Volume 11, Issue 8: FDA Approves Second Medication for HIV PrEP (But Not for Everyone)
- Volume 11, Issue 7: 2018 STD Data Slides Now Available Online
- Volume 11, Issue 6: Changes in Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Recommendations
- Volume 11, Issue 5: Express Visits Coming Soon to County STD Clinics
- Volume 11, Issue 4: Recent Updates in Gonorrhea Diagnostic Testing and Treatment
Volume 11, Issue 3: April is STD Awareness
Volume 11, Issue 2: Don’t Think, Know: Home
Chlamydia/Gonorrhea Testing Program for Young Women
- Volume 11, Issue 1: FDA Approves Diagnostic Test for Mycoplasma genitalium
Volume 10, Issue 10: New Antibiotic Shows
Promise in Treatment of Uncomplicated Urogenital
Volume 10, Issue 9: FDA Approves Expanded Age
Range for 9-Valent HPV Vaccine (Gardasil-9)
- Volume 10, Issue 8: CDC Releases 2017 STD Surveillance Report, Highlights Congenital Syphilis Increases
- Volume 10, Issue 7: STD Trends in San Diego County: 2017 STD Surveillance Data Highlights
Volume 10, Issue 6: Call to Action: Capturing
Gender Identity in HIV and STD Case Reports
10, Issue 5: FDA Approves Truvada for Pre-Exposure
Prophylaxis in Adolescents
10, Issue 4:
Case of Multi-Drug Resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Infection
Reported in United Kingdom
Volume 10, Issue 3: “Treat Me Right:”
Preparing for STD Awareness Month
10, Issue 2: Public Health Outreach to HIV-Negative Men with
- Volume 10, Issue 1: CDC Launches New STD Curriculum Website
9, Issue 9: Neisseria meningitidis Urethritis: An Emerging
Sexually Transmitted Infection?
- Volume 9, Issue 8: Hepatitis A Virus Infections in Men Who Have Sex with Men
9, Issue 7: HIV in Older Persons: A Missed Opportunity for
9, Issue 6: STD Trends in San Diego County: 2016 Data
- Volume 9, Issue 5: New Resources for Antibiotic-Resistant Gonorrhea
9, Issue 4: Hepatitis A Virus Outbreak in San Diego
9, Issue 3: April is STD Awareness Month!
9, Issue 2: Urgent Health Alert: Limited Availability of
Long-Acting Benzathine Penicillin G (Bicillin®
- Volume 9, Issue 1: Lymphogranuloma Venereum
For reports released prior to 2017, please visit the Reports and Statistics Archive.
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Last updated April 12, 2020.