Data collected by the Santa Clara Department of Health indicates that the number of new HIV cases peaked in the 1990s and then started decreasing in the 2000s.
HIV cases were stabilized in the mid-2000s, and from 1990 to 2017, a total number of 6,357 infections had been reported and a total of 3,361 residents had been living with HIV in the county before that.
Chlamydia infections had the highest incidence rates in Santa Clara County with 5,433 cases being reported in 2009. The infection rate was, however, found to be highest in the female population.
Syphilis had the lowest infection rates and only 84 cases per 100,000 persons were recorded. The infection rate has been increasing over the years and was found to be high in the male population.
A fluctuation in Gonorrhea infections was observed from 2000 to 2009. There were 558 cases of Gonorrhea infections recorded in 2009.
The Public County Health Department of Santa Clara has developed an STD and HIV prevention control program whose purpose is to promote STD prevention care to the community.
There are sufficient medical facilities in Mountain View City where residents can obtain STD testing services.
Mountain View Centre, Mountain View Maternal, and Real options Obria-Medical clinics are among the many medical clinics that residents can access STD testing services.
PrEP and PEP utilization and free STD testing services are offered in some of the facilities but you might have to pay a consultation fee or have a medical insurance cover.