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Table 18. Reported and diagnosed cases of HIV infection (not AIDS), by area of residence, 2007 and cumulative—47 states, the District of Columbia, and 5 U.S. dependent areas with confidential name-based HIV infection reporting

Area of residence (Date HIV reporting initiated) Reportedb Diagnosed Cumulativea
Adults or adolescents Children (<13 yrs) Total
Alabama (January 1988) 529 447 6,380 50 6,430
Alaska (February 1999) 27 21 308 2 310
Arizona (January 1987) 771 488 6,329 89 6,418
Arkansas (July 1989) 206 180 2,487 18 2,505
California (April 2006) 17,588 2,687 24,199 195 24,394
Colorado (November 1985) 382 274 6,334 31 6,365
Connecticut (January 2005)c 932 259 3,178 109 3,287
Delaware (February 2006) 480 88 1,270 18 1,288
District of Columbia (November 2006) 1,629 483 1,871 10 1,881
Florida (July 1997)d 5,165 3,982 39,393 541 39,934
Georgia (December 2003) 3,204 1,059 11,039 218 11,257
Idaho (June 1986) 39 17 377 5 382
Illinois (January 2006) 3,576 936 9,763 190 9,953
Indiana (July 1988) 406 313 4,260 42 4,302
Iowa (July 1998) 93 82 658 4 662
Kansas (July 1999) 110 79 1,330 16 1,346
Kentucky (October 2004) 414 218 1,631 22 1,653
Louisiana (February 1993) 797 642 8,450 167 8,617
Maine (January 2006) 46 36 420 3 423
Massachusetts (January 2007) 777 181 881 29 910
Michigan (April 1992) 623 498 6,996 133 7,129
Minnesota (October 1985) 289 224 3,550 40 3,590
Mississippi (August 1988) 471 411 4,892 61 4,953
Missouri (October 1987) 460 353 5,239 54 5,293
Montana (September 2006) 92 5 118 2 120
Nebraska (September 1995) 78 52 716 11 727
Nevada (February 1992) 369 299 3,827 28 3,855
New Hampshire (January 2005) 52 32 509 9 518
New Jersey (January 1992) 1,571 693 18,297 314 18,611
New Mexico (January 1998) 92 80 997 4 1,001
New York (June 2000) 5,197 2,836 45,786 1,765 47,551
North Carolina (February 1990) 1,746 1,465 15,325 154 15,479
North Dakota (January 1988) 9 3 88 2 90
Ohio (June 1990) 852 600 8,760 112 8,872
Oklahoma (June 1988) 199 172 2,449 29 2,478
Oregon (April 2006) 1,477 134 1,565 27 1,592
Pennsylvania (October 2002)e 3,694 1,007 12,162 243 12,405
Rhode Island (July 2006) 130 67 146 5 151
South Carolina (February 1986) 542 451 7,147 94 7,241
South Dakota (January 1988) 17 16 226 6 232
Tennessee (January 1992) 841 708 7,602 92 7,694
Texas (January 1999)f 3,495 2,507 26,030 430 26,460
Utah (April 1989) 92 73 953 14 967
Virginia (July 1989) 823 560 10,790 97 10,887
Washington (March 2006) 620 386 4,423 42 4,465
West Virginia (January 1989) 55 50 689 8 697
Wisconsin (November 1985) 220 181 2,593 30 2,623
Wyoming (June 1989) 15 12 103 2 105
Subtotal 61,292 26,347 322,536 5,567 328,103
U.S. dependent areas          
American Samoa (August 2001) 0 0 1 0 1
Guam (March 2000) 1 1 67 0 67
Northern Mariana Islands (October 2001) 0 0 7 0 7
Puerto Rico (January 2003) 1,450 580 6,693 108 6,801
U.S. Virgin Islands (December 1998) 20 17 253 7 260
Persons reported from areas with confidential name-based HIV infection reporting but who were residents of other areas 151 54 1,016 87 1,103
Totalg 63,230 27,126 331,768 5,822 337,590

Note. Includes data from 47 states, the District of Columbia, and 5 U.S. dependent areas with confidential name-based HIV infection reporting as of December 2007.

a From the beginning of the epidemic through 2007.

b Cases of HIV infection (not AIDS) reported in 2007 include cases diagnosed during earlier years.

c Beginning in 1992, Connecticut had name-based HIV reporting for cases in children only. From January 2002 through December 2004, Connecticut had name- or code-based HIV reporting for cases in adolescents and adults. As of January 2005, Connecticut has name-based reporting of all cases of HIV infection.

d Florida has confidential name-based HIV infection reporting for only the diagnoses made during July 1997 or later.

e On October 18, 2002, Pennsylvania initiated confidential name-based HIV infection reporting in all areas except Philadelphia. Code-based reporting was implemented in Philadelphia in March 2004, and the switch to name-based reporting was made in October 2005.

f From February 1994 through December 1998, Texas reported HIV infection in children only.

g Includes 1,248 persons reported from areas with confidential name-based HIV infection reporting but whose area of residence is unknown.

 
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