HIV/AIDS Surveillance Reports - 2013

Find out about the new HIV infections diagnosed in Minnesota in 2013.

Summary:

  • There were 301 new HIV diagnoses reported in Minnesota in 2013, a decrease of 4% from 2012
  • Great disparities in HIV diagnoses persist among populations of color and American Indians living in Minnesota
  • Male-to-male sex remains the leading risk factor for acquiring HIV/AIDS in Minnesota
  • New HIV diagnoses remain concentrated in the Twin Cities seven-county metro area (82% of new diagnoses in 2013)
  • Foreign-born (non-US born) persons made up nearly 1 in 5 of new HIV infections in 2013, and progress from HIV to AIDS more quickly than U.S. born persons living with HIV in Minnesota

On this page:

New HIV Infections in 2013


Slide presentation: New HIV Infections 2013

Summary Tables: New HIV Infections 2013

People living with HIV/AIDS, 2013

Highlights from the Minnesota HIV/Hepatitis 2013 Data Release Webinar

Previous Annual Summaries


For questions about HIV Surveillance data, please contact Allison La Pointe at (651) 201-4032.

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Updated Thursday, October 02, 2014 at 01:59PM