In HIV Surveillance Report, the Centers for Disease Control released a collection of data from state and local health departments that tracked the rate of new HIV infections across the country. Listed below are the U.S. cities and major metropolitan areas with the highest rates of new infections per capital.
2. New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner, La.
3. Baton Rouge, La.
4. Jackson, Miss.
5. Washington, D.C. (includes Va., Md., and W.Va. suburbs)
6. Baltimore–Towson, Md.
7. Memphis, Tenn. (includes Miss. and Ark. suburbs)
8. Atlanta–Sandy Springs–Marietta, Ga.
9. New York City (includes N.Y., N.J., and Pa. suburbs)
10. Jacksonville, Fla.
11. Orlando, Fla.
12. Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land, Texas
13. San Juan–Caguas–Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
14. Charlotte–Gastonia–Concord, N.C.–S.C.
15. Columbia, S.C.
17. Birmingham–Hoover, Ala.
18. Tampa–St. Petersburg–Clearwater, Fla.
19. Los Angeles
20. Greensboro–High Point, N.C.
21. San Francisco
22. Charleston–North Charleston, S.C.
23. Virginia Beach–Norfolk–Newport News, Va.–N.C.
24. Philadelphia (includes Pa., N.J., Del., and Md. suburbs)
25. Richmond, Va.