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Characteristics of Persons Living With AIDS and HIV, 2001

June 26, 2003

Table 2. Persons living with AIDS at the end of 2001, by age group and state of residence, United States

State of residence

< 13

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13-19

20-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

> 65

Total

Alabama

17

9

772

1,505

818

210

76

3,408

Alaska

1

0

39

113

58

12

3

225

Arizona

7

9

614

1,846

1,047

277

100

3,900

Arkansas

20

6

389

870

428

99

37

1,850

California

151

147

7,200

22,258

14,388

4,232

1,036

49,411

                 

Colorado

3

8

462

1,520

948

216

53

3,211

Connecticut

53

29

701

2,857

2,064

508

120

6,332

Delaware

12

3

193

687

420

94

18

1,426

District of Columbia

74

23

1,055

3,038

2,456

660

190

7,497

Florida

479

301

6,412

17,668

10,941

3,378

1,194

40,373

                 

Georgia

77

40

2,172

5,569

3,208

854

234

12,154

Hawaii

5

0

102

493

382

100

34

1,117

Idaho

0

0

37

112

76

13

1

240

Illinois

101

47

1,874

5,066

3,387

857

242

11,573

Indiana

19

13

611

1,485

722

187

32

3,069

                 

Iowa

3

2

143

279

158

39

11

635

Kansas

2

2

208

521

269

53

12

1,066

Kentuck

14

4

359

947

514

119

19

1,977

Louisia

47

26

1,394

2,688

1,537

388

93

6,174

Maine

4

3

48

214

158

37

6

469

                 

Maryland

115

82

1,782

5,121

3,294

686

170

11,251

Massachusetts

52

44

1,077

3,728

2,213

487

105

7,707

Michigan

23

22

892

2,194

1,648

433

103

5,314

Minnesota

10

5

285

851

451

125

18

1,745

Mississippi

21

17

640

1,004

523

132

57

2,394

                 

Missouri

17

12

917

2,185

1,113

302

78

4,627

Montana

0

0

30

97

37

8

7

179

Nebraska

4

2

121

267

107

25

7

533

Nevada

8

5

417

1,057

588

186

39

2,300

New Hampshire

2

4

64

258

139

38

8

514

                 

New Jersey

158

123

2,008

6,905

5,259

1,220

300

15,972

New Mexico

5

3

163

510

302

76

13

1,072

New York

476

572

7,549

24,550

19,968

5,704

1,618

60,437

North Carolina

33

30

1,138

2,601

1,623

360

121

5,907

North Dakota

1

0

7

15

20

4

0

47

                 

Ohio

37

13

950

2,476

1,432

331

80

5,320

Oklahoma

6

3

309

837

394

110

24

1,683

Oregon

6

7

362

1,056

672

176

38

2,317

Pennsylvania

152

61

2,267

6,053

4,046

994

258

13,830

Rhode Island

8

3

133

481

298

60

11

994

                 

South Carolina

30

19

1,210

2,334

1,385

352

113

5,443

South Dakota

1

0

18

45

20

8

2

95

Tennessee

16

8

1,137

2,348

1,317

313

87

5,226

Texas

116

79

5,194

11,985

6,113

1,604

407

25,498

Utah

3

5

233

526

268

66

7

1,108

                 

Vermont

3

1

29

101

71

17

6

228

Virginia

70

33

1,208

3,101

1,989

468

116

6,986

Washington

9

7

754

2,164

1,284

346

80

4,644

West Virginia

5

1

105

237

169

38

9

564

Wisconsin

13

6

271

846

430

110

21

1,698

Wyoming

2

0

11

42

17

7

2

81

US dependencies, possessions, and associated nations

Guam

0

0

10

15

2

5

1

33

Pacific Islands, US

0

0

4

2

0

0

0

6

Puerto Rico

77

124

1,517

4,416

2,802

853

319

10,107

Virgin Islands, US

5

2

45

108

93

28

13

293

                 

Total

2,576

1,967

57,641

160,252

104,066

28,008

7,750

362,260

Note: These numbers do not represent actual cases of AIDS, but rather are point estimates adjusted for delays in the reporting of AIDS 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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