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Washington DC 90-90-90 Targets (2018)

87%

78%

85%

Source: Annual Epidemiology & Surveillance Report Data Through December 2018

Washington DC HIV Care Continuum (2018)

N/A

78%

N/A

66%

Care continuum proportions are calculated out of number of PLHIV diagnosed

Source: Annual Epidemiology & Surveillance Report Data Through December 2018

Message from the Mayor

“We have made tremendous progress over the past decade in combatting HIV/AIDS. We have been able to decrease the number of new HIV cases in the District, and when residents are diagnosed with HIV, they are getting care faster and they are starting – and staying on – treatments that we know are effective. Now, we need to continue getting the word out about what more can be done. We want all Washingtonians to know how to get tested and how to access the care and resources available to them.”

Muriel Bowser
Mayor of the District of Columbia

Community Leadership Messages

The District of Columbia has made great strides in curbing the HIV epidemic. By working collaboratively with the health department, government, clinicians, community, and researchers, collectively we can achieve the 90-90-90 goals and work to improve the lives of persons living with HIV and prevent new infections. The ability to view our progress in real-time will help us focus on achieving the common goal of ending the HIV epidemic in the Nation's Capital.

Amanda Castel
Associate Professor, Epidemiology
George Washington University

“Spreading the word about the success of HIV treatment is one way to encourage our residents with the virus to stay on their medications. Our HIV positive residents now have the same opportunity as anyone else to live full and healthy lives, and they play a critical role in ending this epidemic once and for all.”

LaQuandra Nesbitt
Director of the DC Department of Health

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