Lock downs did not stop kungflu let see how STDs did in 2020

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According to a report that was just released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis in the United States reached the highest level ever recorded in 2019. Thanks to the popularity of Internet “dating apps”, there has been a boom in casual sex in recent years, and this has resulted in a tsunami of STD cases that is absolutely unprecedented in our history.

Of course, things were not always this bad. In fact, if you go back to the early days of the Bush administration, syphilis had almost been entirely wiped out, and cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea were at very low levels
“Less than 20 years ago, gonorrhea rates in the U.S. were at historic lows, syphilis was close to elimination, and advances in chlamydia diagnostics made it easier to detect infections,” said Raul Romaguera, DMD, MPH, acting director for CDC’s Division of STD Prevention in a written statement.
“That progress has since unraveled.”
Unfortunately, the landscape has completely changed since that time. Just check out these numbers
Data showed 1.8 million cases of chlamydia, 616,000 cases gonorrhea and 129,000 cases of syphilis.
Comparatively, in 2000, there were 709,000 cases of chlamydia, 363,000 cases gonorrhea and 31,000 cases of syphilis.
And the numbers tell us that cases have been rising at a particularly frightening pace since 2015
For 2019, health departments across the U.S. reported 1.8 million cases of chlamydia, an almost 20% increase since 2015; 616,392 cases of gonorrhea, more than 50% higher than 2015, and 129,813 cases of all stages of syphilis, a whopping 70% increase, the CDC said.
According to the report, data showed that STD rates were five to eight times higher among African American than among non-Hispanic white people, and rates among American Indian or Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander people were three to five times higher than rates among non-Hispanic white people. Hispanic or Latino people were one to two times more likely to experience an STD than non-Hispanic white people.

Additionally, gay and bisexual men and younger people also faced an increased burden. According to the report, gay and bisexual men made up nearly half of all 2019 primary and secondary syphilis cases and had gonorrhea rates that were 42 times higher than heterosexual men in some areas, whereas people aged 15 to 24 years accounted for 61% of chlamydia cases and 42% of gonorrhea cases.

According to the CDC, preliminary data from 2020 suggest that many of the trends continued into 2020.

According to the CDC, there are dozens of STDs currently spreading in the United States. Approximately 20 million new STD infections occur in the U.S. every single year, and at any moment in time approximately 110 million Americans are dealing with a sexually-transmitted disease… 1/3o_O:eek:

And yes STDs are definitely racist :devilish::ROFLMAO:
 
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According to CDC stats ......... https://www.cdc.gov/std/stats18/minorities.htm

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    My test came back positive for herpagonorrsyphilaides......I thought that was just a covid variant.....gulp.......😲
     
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    Seriously considering starting work on a human genitalia check engine light of sorts. If the lights on, better limp her back home.