Find out about the new HIV infections diagnosed in Minnesota in 2013.
On this page:
- New HIV Infections in 2013 | Slides | Data Summary Tables
- People living with HIV/AIDS, 2013 | Slides | Data Summary Tables
- Data Release Webinar
- Previous Annual Summaries
Slide presentation: New HIV Infections 2013
- HIV Surveillance Report,
The Minnesota HIV Surveillance Report, 2013 describes the occurrence of reported HIV infections in Minnesota by person, place, and time through December 31, 2013. Such data provide information about where and among whom HIV transmission is likely occurring. This knowledge can in turn be used to help educate, target prevention efforts, plan for services, and develop policy.
- New HIV Infections Summary Tables
Case counts and rates of new HIV infection in Minnesota by place of residence, age, gender, race/ethnicity and mode of exposure.
- HIV/AIDS Prevalence
& Mortality Report, 2013
The Minnesota HIV/AIDS Prevalence & Mortality Report, 2013 contains estimates of HIV/AIDS prevalence (the number of persons living with HIV or AIDS) and mortality in Minnesota. These estimates can be used to help educate, plan for HIV/AIDS services and develop policy.
- HIV/AIDS Prevalence and Mortality SummaryTables
The following tables contain case counts of persons living with HIV or AIDS in Minnesota by place of residence, age, gender, race/ethnicity and mode of exposure.
Slide presentation: HIV/AIDS Prevalence & Mortality Report, 2013
Recording of the HIV/Hepatitis 2013 Data Release webinar presentation on 4/30/2014 will be posted here once complete
- Recording of the HIV/Hepatitis 2012 Data Release webinar presentation (4/23/2013)
- Streaming (10.45MN/46 minutes)
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- Slides: 2012 HIV (PDF: 14MB/75 slides) or (PPT: 15MB/75 slides)
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