In honor of National Transgender HIV Testing Day on Saturday, April 18th, the ETE Dashboard Team would like to shine a spotlight on data addressing transgender people living with diagnosed HIV in New York City.

Data on HIV among Transgender People in New York City for National Transgender HIV Testing Day.

From 2014 to 2018, all new HIV diagnoses in NYC decreased 29%, but the number of transgender people with newly diagnosed HIV did not significantly decrease. Transgender people with newly diagnosed HIV who were virally suppressed within 3 months of diagnosis increased from 11% to 46%.

To explore the data further, visit the HIV Care Cascade for People with Newly Diagnosed HIV in NYC or HIV Care Cascade for People Living with Diagnosed HIV in NYC.