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Table 1.58b
HIV-infection deaths per 100,000 population, by State, 1999 and 2002
  2002 1999
State Number Ratea Standard error Number Ratea Standard error
United States 14,091 4.9 0.0 14,801 5.3 0.0
Alabama 190 4.3 0.3 177 4.0 0.3
Alaska 16 DSU DSU 13 DSU DSU
Arizona 165 3.3 0.3 153 3.2 0.3
Arkansas 81 3.2 0.4 67 2.6 0.3
California 1,435 4.2 0.1 1,593 4.8 0.1
Colorado 105 2.3 0.2 104 2.3 0.2
Connecticut 185 5.2 0.4 203 5.8 0.4
Delaware 70 8.5 1.0 65 8.4 1.0
District of Columbia 233 40.8 2.7 266 46.3 2.9
Florida 1,719 10.4 0.3 1,657 10.7 0.3
Georgia 708 8.2 0.3 786 9.5 0.3
Hawaii 26 2.1 0.4 29 2.4 0.4
Idaho 11 DSU DSU 5 DSU DSU
Illinois 490 3.9 0.2 548 4.5 0.2
Indiana 118 2.0 0.2 111 1.9 0.2
Iowa 29 1.0 0.2 21 0.8 0.2
Kansas 37 1.4 0.2 43 1.7 0.3
Kentucky 98 2.3 0.2 76 1.9 0.2
Louisiana 364 8.4 0.4 373 8.6 0.4
Maine 12 DSU DSU 17 DSU DSU
Maryland 610 10.7 0.4 592 10.7 0.4
Massachusetts 232 3.5 0.2 257 4.0 0.2
Michigan 240 2.4 0.2 238 2.4 0.2
Minnesota 53 1.0 0.1 72 1.5 0.2
Mississippi 185 6.8 0.5 156 5.8 0.5
Missouri 123 2.2 0.2 150 2.8 0.2
Montana 8 DSU DSU 6 DSU DSU
Nebraska 21 1.3 0.3 20 1.2 0.3
Nevada 76 3.5 0.4 104 5.3 0.5
New Hampshire 13 DSU DSU 12 DSU DSU
New Jersey 760 8.5 0.3 913 10.6 0.3
New Mexico 35 2.0 0.3 29 1.6 0.3
New York 1,980 10.2 0.2 2,375 12.5 0.3
North Carolina 486 5.8 0.3 466 5.8 0.3
North Dakota 1 DSU DSU 3 DSU DSU
Ohio 241 2.2 0.1 244 2.2 0.1
Oklahoma 91 2.7 0.3 103 3.1 0.3
Oregon 91 2.6 0.3 75 2.2 0.3
Pennsylvania 497 4.0 0.2 498 4.1 0.2
Rhode Island 23 2.1 0.4 35 3.4 0.6
South Carolina 301 7.4 0.4 307 7.7 0.4
South Dakota 5 DSU DSU 5 DSU DSU
Tennessee 347 5.9 0.3 258 4.5 0.3
Texas 1,074 5.1 0.2 1,072 5.3 0.2
Utah 19 DSU DSU 29 1.6 0.3
Vermont 8 DSU DSU 12 DSU DSU
Virginia 261 3.5 0.2 265 3.6 0.2
Washington 119 1.9 0.2 110 1.8 0.2
West Virginia 20 1.1 0.2 21 1.2 0.3
Wisconsin 77 1.4 0.2 65 1.2 0.1
Wyoming 2 DSU DSU 2 DSU DSU

a Estimates 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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