Vox  |  February 5, 2019

Jeffrey Crowley, Georgetown Law professor and a former director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy, said, “Half of new HIV diagnoses in the US are happening in 46 counties. We have over 3,000 counties. And we also know that half the new diagnoses are in the South. So there’s a geographic concentration.”

“There’s also a population concentration. Gay and bisexual men make up 2 percent of the population and over 70 percent of new HIV diagnoses.”

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