Question

Among persons age 25-29, what was the incidence rate of ghonorrhea in Minnesota compared to all persons nationally age 25-29 in 2016?

Answer #1

Ans) Gonorrhea rates by age 25-29, Minnesota 2006_2016 are:

2006- 178

2007- 186

2008- 146

2009- 117

2010- 95

2011- 105

2012- 142

2013- 177

2014- 218

2015- 238

2016- 302

- So from 2006-2016, the rate of gonorrhea increased by 25%.

- Persons of color continue to be disproportionately affected by STDs.

- STD rates are highest in the cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.

- Gonorrhea cases in the Twin Cities suburbs and Greater Minnesota account for 61% of the reported cases in 2016.

- All Gonorrhea cases continue to have the potential for
being

contacted by MDH for additional follow-up.

Among persons age 25-29 in Minnesota, what was the
incidence rate of gonorrhea in males in 2013 compared to
2007?

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