HIV Surveillance Report 2015

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. HIV Surveillance Report, 2015; vol. 27 https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pdf/library/reports/surveillance/cdc-hiv-surveillance-report-2015-vol-27.pdf. Published November 2016.

The HIV Surveillance Report is published annually by the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia. Data are presented for diagnoses of HIV infection reported to CDC through June 2016.

MAP: Diagnoses of HIV infection, area of residence for 2014 and 2015

Page Title
2014 # (Adults & Adolescents)
2015 # (Adults & Adolescents)
2014 Rate (Adults & Adolescents)
2015 Rate (Adults & Adolescents)
Page Title
Alabama66648116.411.8Alabama
Alaska39246.54Alaska
Arizona75871713.612.7Arizona
Arkansas30425812.410.4Arkansas
California5,0474,72015.714.5California
Colorado3753738.48.2Colorado
Connecticut2912719.58.8Connecticut
Delaware11610914.713.6Delaware
District of Columbia42438374.366.1District of Columbia
Florida4,5744,84926.927.9Florida
Georgia2,2562,38127.128.3Georgia
Hawaii1011158.59.6Hawaii
Idaho21381.62.8Idaho
Illinois1,5091,4721413.7Illinois
Indiana4626328.411.5Indiana
Iowa951263.74.8Iowa
Kansas1291475.46.1Kansas
Kentucky3433369.39.1Kentucky
Louisiana1,2151,12931.629.2Louisiana
Maine55454.83.9Maine
Maryland1,3271,34726.526.7Maryland
Massachusetts65460011.310.3Massachusetts
Michigan7857259.48.7Michigan
Minnesota3032876.76.3Minnesota
Mississippi47950919.420.6Mississippi
Missouri4694659.39.1Missouri
Montana14191.62.2Montana
Nebraska88815.75.2Nebraska
Nevada43948518.620.1Nevada
New Hampshire40223.51.9New Hampshire
New Jersey1,2391,19016.515.8New Jersey
New Mexico1341357.87.8New Mexico
New York3,4213,12320.418.6New York
North Carolina1,3201,33515.915.9North Carolina
North Dakota21223.43.5North Dakota
Ohio9479279.79.5Ohio
Oklahoma3033199.59.9Oklahoma
Oregon2412117.26.2Oregon
Pennsylvania1,2061,17011.110.7Pennsylvania
Rhode Island976410.77Rhode Island
South Carolina75669418.716.9South Carolina
South Dakota282343.3South Dakota
Tennessee74771213.612.9Tennessee
Texas4,4114,47620.220.1Texas
Utah11411655Utah
Vermont17113.12Vermont
Virginia92495613.213.6Virginia
Washington state4384457.47.4Washington state
West Virginia87745.54.7West Virginia
Wisconsin2192294.54.7Wisconsin
Wyoming10152.13.1Wyoming

Washington, DC, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, and Maryland had the five highest diagnoses rates for 2015.

Bar Chart: The 15 states with the highest rates of HIV infection among adolescents and adults




Number of children diagnosed with HIV by state.


2015 total rate vs 2014 total rate.


A look at the 2015 HIV infection rate of adults and adolescents vs 2014.


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