Half Of 2020 STD Cases In U.S. Were Among Teens And Young Adults: CDC

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By Richard Horgan Los Angeles (Knewz) — The CDC launched “STD Awareness Week” exactly two years ago, at the beginning of the pandemic. Of course, the organization had no way of knowing how dramatically different personal interactions would be for the rest of that coming year and beyond. As part of this year’s “STD Awareness Week” (April 11-17), the organization has released its “Sexually Transmitted Surveillance Data” for 2020 as well as some preliminary data for 2021. Chlamydia was the most common STD during 2020, with a total of 1,579,885 reported cases. While the case count of 481.3 cases p…

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