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Characteristics of Persons Living With AIDS and HIV, 2001

June 26, 2003

Table 10. Persons living with HIV (not AIDS) at the end of 2001, by age group and state of residence, United States

State of residence

< 13

13-19

20-34

35-44

45-55

55-64

> 65

Total

Alabama

33

57

1,763

2,205

1,049

230

83

5,420

Arizona

36

21

1,303

2,276

1,129

282

76

5,123

Arkansas

13

15

799

867

366

70

24

2,154

Colorado

17

19

1,134

2,605

1,562

309

76

5,723

Idaho

2

4

96

182

56

11

7

358

                 

Indiana

25

28

1,211

1,567

623

142

30

3,626

Louisiana

100

109

2,943

2,786

1,320

268

99

7,625

Michigan

85

61

1,686

2,235

1,286

306

64

5,722

Minnesota

22

24

796

1,308

574

121

20

2,865

Mississippi

37

56

1,604

1,608

721

161

71

4,256

                 

Missouri

39

39

1,459

1,921

841

175

37

4,511

North Carolina

96

85

3,256

4,136

2,091

463

142

10,269

North Dakota

1

1

15

36

11

4

0

68

New Jersey

322

134

3,307

5,977

3,402

695

199

14,035

Nevada

21

15

793

1,375

622

165

50

3,040

                 

Ohio

67

62

2,075

2,871

1,335

288

73

6,772

Oklahoma

19

20

733

1,132

446

113

21

2,484

South Carolina

67

67

2,050

2,661

1,402

311

73

6,631

South Dakota

1

2

59

79

35

7

5

188

Tennessee

63

77

2,344

2,473

1,013

235

58

6,264

                 

Utah

10

3

221

321

134

29

5

723

Virginia

55

70

2,446

3,747

1,880

388

128

8,714

West Virginia

6

8

197

245

126

20

7

609

Wisconsin

20

18

638

985

451

90

16

2,217

Wyoming

0

4

23

25

16

3

1

72

                 

Total

1,159

998

32,949

45,621

22,489

4,888

1,364

109,468

Note: These numbers do not represent actual cases of HIV infection, but rather are point estimates adjusted for delays in the reporting of HIV cases and deaths, but not for incomplete reporting. US totals presented in this report include data from the United States (50 states and the District of Columbia) and from US dependencies, possessions, and independent nations in free association with the United States. Data were reported through June 2002. Persons with unknown state or area of residence were excluded. The sum of the demographic categories may not equal the total estimate due to rounding.




  
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