HIV/AIDS in South America

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As of 2009, it is estimated that there are 33.3 million people worldwide infected with HIV.[1] HIV/AIDS prevalence rates in South America vary from 0.20% in Bolivia to 1.50% in Trinidad and Tobago.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Argentina[edit]

According to the CIA World Factbook in 2011, as of 2007, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 0.50%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Bolivia[edit]

According to the CIA World Factbook in 2011, as of 2007, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 0.20%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Brazil[edit]

According to the CIA World Factbook in 2011, as of 2007, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 0.60%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Chile[edit]

According to the CIA World Factbook in 2011, as of 2007, the adult prevalence rate in Chile is estimated to be 0.30%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Colombia[edit]

According to the CIA World Factbook in 2011, as of 2007, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 0.60%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Ecuador[edit]

According to the CIA World Factbook in 2011, as of 2007, the adult prevalence rate in Ecuador is estimated to be 0.30%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in French Guiana[edit]

HIV/AIDS in Guyana[edit]

As of 2011 the adult prevalence rate in Guyana is estimated to be 1%.[2]

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HIV/AIDS in Paraguay[edit]

According to the CIA World Factbook in 2011, as of 2007, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 0.60%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Peru[edit]

According to the CIA World Factbook in 2011, as of 2007, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 0.50%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Suriname[edit]

As of 2011, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 1.00%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Uruguay[edit]

As of 2007, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 0.60%.[2]

HIV/AIDS in Venezuela[edit]

As of 2001, the adult prevalence rate is estimated to be 0.70%.[2]

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