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HIV - Local Data

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Published on May 04, 2018. Last modified on August 02, 2018

Monterey County:

Survaillance Report 2017

Number and rate of new HIV diagnoses among Monterey County residents: 2008 - 2018

Year
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
2018
Count
40
29
23
27
25
28
25
31
40
50
-
 Rate per 100,000 Population
 9.7
 7.0  5.5 6.4
5.9
 6.6
5.9
7.2
9.5
11.5
-
 

Data are current as of May 4, 2018.

Rate of new HIV diagnoses among Monterey County residents by gender and age group: 2015-2017

Age Group (Years) Male Rate per 100,000 Population Female Rate per 100,000 Population
<1 0.0
0.0
1 to 14 0.0
0.0
15 - 24 7.3
0.0
25 - 34 34.2
9.6
35 - 44 18.2
1.1
45 - 54 31.1
1.4
55 - 64 14.2
0.0
65+ 5.4
0.0
Total 15.7
0.0

Rate of new HIV diagnoses among Monterey County residents by racial and ethnic group: 2015-2017:

Racial and Ethnic Group Rate per 100,000 Population
Asian & Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic 5.4
Black or African-American, Non-Hispanic 24.7
Hispanic, Any Race 9.1
Multi-Racial & Other, Non-Hispanic 0.0
White, Non-Hispanic 6.7
Total 9.3

 

New HIV diagnoses among Monterey County residents by exposure category: 2015-2017:

Exposure Category
Percent of Cases*
Men who have sex with men
57%
Injection drug use
7%
Heterosexual contact
12%
Other
0%
 Unknown 34%

   *Will not sum to 100% because individuals may be included in more than one category.

Data are current as of  May 4, 2018.  Please contact the Monterey County Health Department's Epidemiology & Surveillance Unit at 831-755-4698 for more information.

California:

 Click here to visit the California Department of Public Health's website for statewide HIV data.

United States:

Click here to visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) website for national HIV data.