Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
Illustrating HIV/AIDS New York City
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AIDSVu offers a variety of tools to help illustrate the impact of HIV in the United States.Visit www.AIDSVu.org for more map views and downloadable resources.

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  • AIDSVu is a compilation of interactive, online maps that allows users to visually explore the HIV epidemic in the U.S. alongside critical resources such as HIV testing and treatment center locations. AIDSVu’s mission is to make HIV prevalence data widely accessible and locally relevant. AIDSVu provides users with an intuitive, visual way to connect with complex information about persons living with an HIV diagnosis at national, state and local levels.
  • AIDSVu uses data from multiple trusted sources to populate its interactive maps. In order to be able to compare data between jurisdictions, AIDSVu’s state- and county-level data about persons living with an HIV diagnosis come from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). ZIP code and census tract data come directly from jurisdictions’ health departments. AIDSVu data do not reflect undiagnosed cases. Other data available on AIDSVu include: Social determinants of health data at the state and county level HIV testing and treatment center locations NIH-funded HIV Prevention, Vaccine and Treatment Trials Sites
  • AIDSVu also provides detailed information on State Profile pages, including more data about HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases in the state, and links to state health departments’ contacts and websites for HIV/AIDS.
  • AIDSVu can play a direct role in supporting the National HIV/AIDS Strategy goals. AIDSVu images can increase a community’s awareness of the problem and lead directly to more action to prevent new HIV infections. AIDSVu helps users to take action on the information they’ve learned, such as locating sites to get an HIV test, and finding other prevention, care and treatment resources. AIDSVu can also be a resource to identify areas and populations most highly affected by HIV, and where HIV prevention resources may be most needed and most impactful.
  • Rates of Persons Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Black Persons Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of black persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of White Persons Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of white persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Hispanic/Latino Persons Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of Hispanic/Latino persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009. Hispanics/Latinos can be of any race.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Asian/Pacific Islander Persons Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of Asian/Pacific Islander persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Black & White Persons Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   These maps show a comparison of the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of black & white persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Hispanic/Latino & White Persons Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   These maps show a comparison of the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of Hispanic/Latino & white persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009. Hispanics/Latinos can be of any race.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Persons Aged 13-24 Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of persons aged 13-24 living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Persons Aged 25-44 Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of persons aged 25-44 living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Persons Aged 45-59 Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of persons aged 45-59 living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Persons Aged 60 & Older Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of persons aged 60 & older living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Males Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of males living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009. Sex is defined as sex at birth.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • Rates of Females Living with an HIV or AIDS Diagnosis, by ZIP Code, New York City, 2009   This map shows the reported ZIP-code-level rates (per 100,000 population) of females living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City at the end of 2009.   Data represent persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis in New York City as of 12/31/2009 and who were reported as of 09/30/2010. Only residential ZIP codes were included in the analysis. Cases with unknown ZIP code at HIV/AIDS diagnosis or with ZIP code outside NYC were excluded.   Persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis are classified as adult or adolescent based on age at end of 2009. Sex is defined as sex at birth.   More information about AIDSVu’s data methods and sources can be found at www.aidsvu.org.
  • HIV prevalence data on AIDSVu may differ slightly from data released by state and local HIV surveillance programs because of different analysis criteria and because data released from CDC has been de-duplicated on a national basis. Caution should be exercised when interpreting county, ZIP code and census tract data as these statistics are inclusive of incarcerated persons and their inclusion may artificially inflate the actual rate and case count when an institution is housed within it. See AIDSVu’s Data Methods for details regarding this limitation. AIDSVu maps do not reflect undiagnosed cases. Caution should be exercised when comparing maps because the scales change when viewing data overall and by race/ethnicity, sex and age group breakdowns. Comparisons should not be made between AIDSVu’s state and county maps and its ZIP code/census tract maps because the data sources are different.
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