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Query Results for New Jersey Sexually Transmitted Disease Data - Count

Year of Report Filter: 2022
Data Grouped By:Year of Report
  • Communicable Disease Reporting and Surveillance System, New Jersey Department of Health
As chlamydia is largely asymptomatic, good screening programs are necessary to diagnose and treat infections. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a large disruption to these screening programs. As syphilis and gonorrhea tend to be more symptomatic, they were also impacted, but to a lesser degree. Due to a change in population estimation methodology at the U.S. Census Bureau, rates for 2020 and later are not directly comparable to rates from before 2020. After 2010-2020 intercensal estimates are released by the Census Bureau in late 2024, all rates will be recalculated to enable trend analysis.

Race and/or ethnicity information is missing from more than a quarter of reports sent to the NJDOH Sexually Transmitted Disease Program (STDP). Interpret all STD data by race and/or ethnicity with extreme caution.
These data were queried on: Mon, 2 Oct 2023 08:24:36 EDT
The dataset was last updated on: Thu, 21 Sep 2023 11:24:14 EDT

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Content updated: Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:01 EST