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Table 1.55b: HIV-infection deaths per 100,000 population, by State, 1999 and 2001

  2001 1999
State Number Ratea Standard error Number Ratea Standard error
             
United States 14,173 5.0 0.0 14,801 5.3 0.0
             
Alabama 214 4.9 0.3 177 4.0 0.3
Alaska 7 DSU 0.5 13 DSU 0.5
Arizona 156 3.1 0.2 153 3.2 0.3
Arkansas 64 2.5 0.3 67 2.6 0.3
California 1,505 4.4 0.1 1,593 4.8 0.1
Colorado 93 2.0 0.2 104 2.3 0.2
Connecticut 193 5.4 0.4 203 5.8 0.4
Delaware 67 8.3 1.0 65 8.4 1.0
District of Columbia 223 38.1 2.6 266 46.3 2.9
Florida 1664 10.4 0.3 1,657 10.7 0.3
Georgia 721 8.5 0.3 786 9.5 0.3
Hawaii 26 2.1 0.4 29 2.4 0.4
Idaho 12 DSU 0.3 5 DSU 0.2
Illinois 518 4.2 0.2 548 4.5 0.2
Indiana 119 2.0 0.2 111 1.9 0.2
Iowa 18 DSU 0.2 21 0.8 0.2
Kansas 39 1.5 0.2 43 1.7 0.3
Kentucky 90 2.2 0.2 76 1.9 0.2
Louisiana 404 9.3 0.5 373 8.6 0.4
Maine 14 DSU 0.3 17 DSU 0.3
Maryland 572 10.1 0.4 592 10.7 0.4
Massachusetts 249 3.7 0.2 257 4.0 0.2
Michigan 255 2.5 0.2 238 2.4 0.2
Minnesota 53 1.0 0.1 72 1.5 0.2
Mississippi 202 7.4 0.5 156 5.8 0.5
Missouri 147 2.7 0.2 150 2.8 0.2
Montana 5 DSU 0.3 6 DSU 0.3
Nebraska 33 2.0 0.3 20 1.2 0.3
Nevada 76 3.6 0.4 104 5.3 0.5
New Hampshire 9 DSU 0.2 12 DSU 0.3
New Jersey 785 8.9 0.3 913 10.6 0.3
New Mexico 39 2.2 0.4 29 1.6 0.3
New York 2085 10.7 0.2 2375 12.5 0.3
North Carolina 463 5.6 0.3 466 5.8 0.3
North Dakota 4 DSU 0.3 3 DSU 0.3
Ohio 207 1.9 0.1 244 2.2 0.1
Oklahoma 99 2.9 0.3 103 3.1 0.3
Oregon 63 1.9 0.2 75 2.2 0.3
Pennsylvania 496 4.0 0.2 498 4.1 0.2
Rhode Island 30 2.8 0.5 35 3.4 0.6
South Carolina 310 7.6 0.4 307 7.7 0.4
South Dakota 4 DSU 0.3 5 DSU 0.3
Tennessee 277 4.8 0.3 258 4.5 0.3
Texas 1055 5.1 0.2 1072 5.3 0.2
Utah 12 DSU 0.2 29 1.6 0.3
Vermont 4 DSU 0.3 12 DSU 0.6
Virginia 275 3.7 0.2 265 3.6 0.2
Washington 113 1.8 0.2 110 1.8 0.2
West Virginia 29 1.7 0.3 21 1.2 0.3
Wisconsin 73 1.3 0.2 65 1.2 0.1
Wyoming 2 DSU 0.3 2 DSU 0.3
             

a Rates are age adjusted to the 2000 standard population.

DSU - Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality or confidentiality.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System - Mortality.

 

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