Indiana, 16th most populous state of the United States, is in the midst of health crisis as number of HIV cases increasing. To date, this is the largest outbreak that the city comes upon.
It is the largest epidemic the state has ever seen, and officials says it will likely get worse. Drug users sharing needles is said to be one of the common reasons it is spreading, as well as unprotected sex.
Rep. Ed Clare, R-Ind., has said the state might instigate a needle exchange to dampen the crisis. HIV testers are also being sent to concerning areas.