Grant D. Crawford, Tahlequah Daily Press, Okla.
March 3, 2022
While health officials have worked to reduce HIV transmission throughout the country, some areas of the U.S. are still impacted more than others.
In fact, Oklahoma was recently identified as one of seven states with the highest rural burden of HIV. So the state and other organizations are working to address this by offering free testing kits or conducting studies to be able to diagnose people sooner.