Title 2023 Annual Data Launch

AIDSVu | August 29, 2023



Today, AIDSVu released interactive maps and data that visualize the HIV epidemic at the state- and county- levels for 2021. In addition to state and county levels, these data can also be viewed across different demographic groups such as age, sex, and race/ethnicity as well as different social determinants of health (SDOH) including poverty, income inequality, and lack of health insurance.

County- and state-level maps and data are also available for steps along the HIV care continuum, including testing, late diagnoses, linkage to care, receipt of care, and viral suppression.

This year, AIDSVu partnered with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Medical Monitoring Project (CDC MMP) to include new data on our local profiles for people experiencing homelessness/unstable housing and HIV-related stigma.



Use Our Social Toolkit

Use our social media toolkit's sample social media and informative infographics with #AIDSVu to share these important data with your community.


Visualize the CDC MMP data on stigma and homelessness/unstable housing in your area with AIDSVu's local data profiles.


Learn From Experts

Sharoda Dasgupta, PhD, MPH, an epidemiologist for the CDC's Medical Monitoring Project (MMP), spoke with AIDSVu about the impact of homelessness and HIV-related stigma on people living with HIV.


Visualize the New Data


Focus on Health Equity

Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, PhD, MPH, shares his analysis of whether the U.S. is on track to meet the goals laid out in the Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Initiative.