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New York City 90-90-90 Targets (2015)

94%

88%

90%

Source: Care and Clinical Status of People Newly Diagnosed with HIV and PLHIV in New York City, 2015 (2016)

New York City HIV Care Continuum (2015)

94%

86%

82%

74%

Source: Care and Clinical Status of People Newly Diagnosed with HIV and PLHIV in New York City, 2015 (2016)

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2,493

Source: 2015 HIV Surveillance Annual Report (2016)

1,307

Source: 2015 HIV Surveillance Annual Report (2016)

578

Source: 2015 HIV Surveillance Annual Report (2016)

0

Source: 2015 HIV Surveillance Annual Report (2016)

New York City

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Note: 1. Includes data collected at high-volume NYC medical facilities that care for the majority of HIV-exposed and infected children. Children born outside of NYC are not included in this figure.

2. Children born to HIV-infected mothers are followed for 2 years after birth to determine HIV status. HIV status is indeterminate if child is lost to follow-up.

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Note: 1. MSM=Men who have sex with men; IDU=Injection drug use history.

2. IDU includes people reporting both MSM and injection drug use history.

3. Risk categories based on gender.

As reported to the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as of June 30, 2016.

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Note: 1. Intercensal 2015 NYC population.

2. Excludes people known to have been diagnosed outside of NYC.

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Note: 1. HIV viral load (VL) or CD4 test drawn within 3 months (91 days) of HIV diagnosis, following a 7-day lag..