Vulnerable Counties and Jurisdictions Experiencing or At-Risk of Outbreaks

Vulnerable Counties and Jurisdictions Experiencing or At-Risk of Outbreaks

County-level Vulnerability to Rapid Dissemination of HIV/HCV Infection Among Persons who Inject Drugs (September, 2015) and Jurisdictions Determined to be Experiencing or At-risk of Significant Increases in Hepatitis Infection or an HIV Outbreak Due to Injection Drug Use Following CDC Consultation (July, 2018). Includes Top 220 Vulnerable Counties in 26 States and Jurisdictions determined to be experiencing or at-risk of outbreaks (States/Territories: 34, Select Counties: 7)

Data Sources: ESRI, EUROPA, CDC Consultations on Determinations of Need Requests

Van Handel MM, Rose CE, Hallisey EJ, et. al. County-Level Vulnerability Assessment for Rapid Dissemination of HIV or HCV Infections Among Persons Who Inject Drugs, United States. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2016 Nov 1;73(3): 323-331External.

Vulnerabilities Assessment: County-Level Vulnerability Assessment for Rapid Dissemination of HIV or HCV Infections Among Persons Who Inject Drugs, United States Cdc-pdf[PDF – 1 MB]

Ranking of County-level Vulnerability to Rapid Dissemination of HIV/HCV Infection Among Persons who Inject Drugs (September, 2015) and Jurisdictions Determined to be Experiencing or At-risk of Significant Increases in Hepatitis Infection or an HIV Outbreak Due to Injection Drug Use Following CDC Consultation
State County Rank (of 220)
Alabama Walker 37
Franklin 206
Marion 100
Winston 109
Arizona Mohave 208
Arkansas Sharp 157
Lawrence 201
California Lake 199
Plumas 152
Colorado Crowley 220
Georgia Murray 159
Towns 120
Fannin 82
Haralson 200
Illinois Hardin 68
Indiana Crawford 112
Starke 70
Switzerland 94
Scott 32
Washington 57
Ripley 195
Dearborn 213
Jennings 158
Fayette 81
Henry 128
Kansas Rawlins 218
Woodson 144
Allen 171
Wilson 181
Kentucky Hickman 191
Menifee 31
Breckinridge 202
Lincoln 97
Grayson 126
Knott 17
Perry 4
Clay 5
Laurel 65
Leslie 8
Adair 93
Russell 54
Wayne 99
Cumberland 101
Allen 180
Clinton 11
Monroe 163
Green 132
Edmonson 179
Mercer 214
Boyle 35
Casey 153
Taylor 75
Powell 15
Magoffin 23
Garrard 167
Lee 30
Breathitt 3
Owsley 12
Rockcastle 40
Estill 25
Wolfe 1
Knox 9
Harlan 45
Whitley 14
McCreary 48
Bell 6
Letcher 50
Johnson 53
Martin 34
Floyd 10
Pike 21
Gallatin 108
Greenup 129
Carroll 67
Campbell 212
Grant 77
Lewis 178
Carter 154
Bath 125
Robertson 175
Elliott 56
Lawrence 39
Boyd 187
Maine Somerset 145
Washington 170
Kennebec 193
Waldo 135
Michigan Kalkaska 207
Alcona 184
Crawford 197
Oscoda 88
Cheboygan 215
Presque Isle 174
Montmorency 91
Roscommon 192
Lake 137
Clare 87
Ogemaw 86
Mississippi Tishomingo 164
Missouri Bates 177
Cedar 107
St. Francois 69
Hickory 156
Wayne 119
Ozark 185
Wright 194
Iron 117
Madison 58
Reynolds 55
Ripley 183
Crawford 148
Washington 130
Montana Mineral 161
Treasure 211
Nevada Esmeralda 118
Storey 52
North Carolina Wilkes 104
Graham 124
Cherokee 189
Clay 63
Burke 176
Ohio Brown 127
Adams 51
Scioto 136
Clinton 190
Highland 196
Pike 72
Gallia 155
Athens 173
Vinton 146
Jackson 111
Meigs 123
Oklahoma Cimarron 217
Jefferson 89
Pennsylvania Crawford 188
Luzerne 38
Cambria 131
Tennessee Lake 216
Benton 24
Hardin 36
McNairy 141
Humphreys 83
Perry 33
Lewis 168
Wayne 160
Lawrence 172
Hawkins 71
Fentress 115
Overton 95
Carter 59
Washington 198
Smith 140
Grainger 66
Greene 79
Morgan 106
Hamblen 138
Bledsoe 139
Meigs 105
DeKalb 102
Cannon 42
Warren 203
Rhea 103
White 134
Jefferson 149
Cocke 41
Roane 92
Polk 142
Scott 26
Campbell 46
Union 74
Pickett 43
Clay 64
Jackson 19
Macon 116
Claiborne 80
Hancock 13
Sullivan 151
Johnson 169
Texas Foard 204
Utah Carbon 84
Beaver 114
Emery 186
Vermont Essex 143
Windham 219
Virginia Lee 73
Buchanan 28
Tazewell 96
Dickenson 29
Wise 78
Wythe 210
Russell 61
Patrick 166
West Virginia Logan 20
Raleigh 18
Mercer 147
Mingo 7
Wyoming 16
McDowell 2
Summers 110
Monroe 47
Fayette 27
Boone 22
Hancock 49
Brooke 76
Marshall 182
Calhoun 90
Mason 85
Roane 165
Braxton 150
Clay 60
Wayne 62
Kanawha 209
Cabell 122
Lincoln 121
Tyler 162
Taylor 133
Webster 113
Nicholas 98
Morgan 44
Berkeley 205

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