The following web pages will provide information about Chlamydia including: signs and symptoms, transmission, prevention, treatment, statistical data, testing locations, and how health care providers can report cases.
- Chlamydia Basics
General information about Chlamydia, including signs and symptoms, transmission, complications, prevention and treatment. (PDF versions are available in English, Spanish, Amharic, Oromo, and Somali.)
- Getting Tested
Locations for getting tested for Chlamydia and other STDs (excluding private physicians).
a Case of Chlamydia
MDH procedures to report selected STDs, including Chlamydia.
- CDC STD Treatment Guidelines / CDC STD Treatment Guidelines now available formatted for iPhones/iPads
- STD Statistics
Incidence of Chlamydia and other STDs in Minnesota.
Information for Health Care Providers
Information on Chlamydia for health care providers, including clinical information and treatment of cases and contacts.
- The Minnesota Chlamydia Partnership (MCP)
Chlamydia is an epidemic in Minnesota. The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) recognizes the widespread and complex nature of this serious infection; one that is beyond its scope and resources. To formulate and carry out such an approach, MDH is taking the lead in forming the MCP.
- A Special Report: Chlamydia Prevention
A user-friendly version of the Minnesota Chlamydia Strategy in booklet form is available at www.mnchlamydiapartnership.org.
- STD News
Recent news and MDH Press Releases regarding Chlamydia and other STDs.
- Programs to Prevent
and Reduce the Risks of Sexually Transmitted Infections and Diseases:
Minnesota Statute § 121A.23 for STD/HIV Education in Schools
Statute requiring HIV and STD education to be provided in the classroom within Minnesota’s school districts.
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