Data & Statistics

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) continue to rise in the United States, and trends throughout the southeastern states resemble those of the nation. One in two sexually active persons will contract an STD by age 25 (Cates et al., 2004). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that nearly 20 million new STIs occur every year in this country, half of those among young people aged 15–24 (CDC, 2015). Over the past five years (2014-2018), Georgia saw a 14.3% increase in all STDs rates with the highest rates among females and youth ages 14-24. The data presented here provide additional details about STDs in Georgia.

2019 Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report

CDC published Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Surveillance, 2019, its annual report highlighting trends in reportable infections. Reported cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis have increased for the sixth consecutive year – reaching a new, all-time high. These infections remain common, costly, and challenge the health and wellness of millions of people across the United States. Access the latest STD surveillance report here:

CDC's Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report

Georgia Data & Surveillance Reports

The following reports provide the most recent available data and statistics for reportable sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in Georgia.  These files include data for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis.

Download this pdf file. Georgia's STD Rankings & Case  Count (PDF)

Download this pdf file. Primary & Secondary Syphilis – Reported Cases, Georgia, 2001-2018  (PDF)

Download this pdf file. Congenital Syphilis – Reported Cases, Georgia, 2001-2018 (PDF)

Download this pdf file. Gonorrhea– Reported Cases, Georgia, 2001-2018 (PDF)

Download this pdf file. Chlamydia– Reported Cases, Georgia, 2001-2018  (PDF)

Looking for More Georgia STD Data? Online Analytical Statistical Information System (OASIS)

Obtain tables, maps, and charts of a variety of public health indicators. Currently, vital statistics (births, deaths, fetal deaths, induced terminations), hospital discharge, emergency room visits, STD, motor vehicle crash, and population data are included. All data can be selected by age, race, and sex (Person), state, county, and census tract/ county commission district/ Demographic Cluster were available (Place), and year (Time). Click Here

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