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Characteristics of Persons Living With AIDS and HIV, 2001

June 26, 2003

Table 9. Persons living with HIV (not AIDS) at the end of 2001, by sex and state of residence, United States

State of residence

Male

Female

Total1

Alabama

3,853

1,567

5,420

Arizona

4,412

710

5,123

Arkansas

1,591

563

2,154

Colorado

5,172

550

5,723

Idaho

286

72

358

 

Indiana

2,903

723

3,626

Louisiana

5,116

2,509

7,625

Michigan

4,263

1,459

5,722

Minnesota

2,300

566

2,865

Mississippi

2,844

1,410

4,256

 

Missouri

3,738

773

4,511

Nevada

2,489

550

3,040

New Jersey

8,455

5,580

14,035

North Carolina

6,609

3,660

10,269

North Dakota

53

15

68

 

Ohio

5,229

1,541

6,772

Oklahoma

2,075

409

2,484

South Carolina

4,471

2,160

6,631

South Dakota

146

42

188

Tennessee

4,480

1,783

6,264

 

Utah

590

133

723

Virginia

6,211

2,503

8,714

West Virginia

441

168

609

Wisconsin

1,716

500

2,217

Wyoming

56

16

72

 

Total

79,500

29,962

109,468

1Total includes 6 cases with unknown sex.

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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