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Characteristics of Persons Living With AIDS and HIV, 2001

June 26, 2003

Table 4. Persons living with AIDS at the end of 2001, by exposure category and state of residence, United States

State of residence

Men who
have sex with
men (MSM)

Injection/
drug use
(IDU)

MSM/IDU

Hetero-
sexual
contact

Other

Pediatric

Total

Alabama

1,679

598

278

766

59

27

3,408

Alaska

126

40

9

43

6

1

225

Arizona

2,459

564

385

388

96

8

3,900

Arkansas

972

319

155

347

34

23

1,850

California

33,182

6,421

4,380

4,410

776

243

49,411

                 

Colorado

2,159

361

341

289

50

10

3,211

Connecticut

1,333

3,263

175

1,417

68

76

6,332

District of Columbia

3,193

2,263

309

1,569

70

93

7,497

Delaware

393

614

80

311

15

14

1,426

Florida

17,205

7,418

1,819

12,394

858

679

40,373

                 

Georgia

5,863

2,456

737

2,756

244

99

12,154

Hawaii

821

102

77

91

21

5

1,117

Idaho

130

32

28

41

8

0

240

Illinois

5,625

3,146

677

1,746

244

135

11,573

Indiana

1,902

392

205

466

74

29

3,069

                 

Iowa

371

91

47

98

25

4

635

Kansas

640

118

116

162

25

5

1,066

Kentucky

1,138

317

111

343

51

16

1,977

Louisiana

2,694

1,431

535

1,328

128

59

6,174

Maine

277

89

19

63

15

7

469

                 

Maryland

2,863

5,052

461

2,539

163

174

11,251

Massachusetts

2,593

3,076

273

1,455

231

80

7,707

Michigan

2,826

1,192

325

805

130

35

5,314

Minnesota

1,087

214

113

220

97

14

1,745

Mississippi

1,033

346

154

778

57

27

2,394

                 

Missouri

2,985

526

426

584

85

20

4,627

Montana

109

20

24

19

7

0

179

Nebraska

288

77

54

89

21

4

533

Nevada

1,445

365

185

271

22

12

2,300

New Hampshire

247

135

27

77

24

4

514

                 

New Jersey

3,765

6,949

591

4,002

403

263

15,972

New Mexico

733

125

105

84

19

6

1,072

New York

17,766

25,721

1,668

13,153

1,292

837

60,437

North Carolina

2,160

1,520

351

1,622

199

55

5,907

North Dakota

20

6

4

10

6

1

47

                 

Ohio

3,209

815

312

809

130

45

5,320

Oklahoma

988

239

203

209

35

9

1,683

Oregon

1,517

309

213

215

54

9

2,317

Pennsylvania

4,577

5,388

718

2,805

143

199

13,830

Rhode Island

302

379

41

247

14

10

994

                 

South Carolina

2,154

1,022

269

1,862

98

37

5,443

South Dakota

50

17

6

11

10

1

95

Tennessee

2,827

868

313

1,108

89

20

5,226

Texas

13,874

4,660

2,347

4,122

332

162

25,498

Utah

685

209

94

83

30

7

1,108

                 

Vermont

121

40

14

32

17

3

228

Virginia

3,334

1,456

385

1,562

156

94

6,986

Washington

3,081

544

444

471

90

15

4,644

West Virginia

333

100

37

74

14

5

564

Wisconsin

952

296

124

265

45

16

1,698

Wyoming

39

18

13

6

3

2

81

US dependenies, possessions, and associated nations

Guam

23

3

0

5

3

0

33

Pacific Islands, US

1

0

0

2

3

0

6

Puerto Rico

1,655

4,594

678

2,945

67

169

10,107

Virgin Islands, US

82

67

11

122

5

7

293

               

Total

161,885

96,379

21,466

71,689

6,962

3,878

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 and unreported risk, 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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