HIV Care Continuum – People Newly Diagnosed with HIV
New York City

Data Highlights
People newly diagnosed with HIV
Linked to care within 3 months
Linked to care within 30 days
Virally suppressed within 6 months
Virally suppressed within 3 months
HIV Care Continuum
Data not available


  • Data Source: NYC HIV Surveillance Registry, HIV Epidemiology and Field Services Program – NYC DOHMH, reported as of March 31, 2022. Data reflect 12-month periods from January 1 – December 31.
  • All newly diagnosed individuals reported here are aged 13 and over. By this definition, the number of newly diagnosed cases and other measures reported on this page may slightly differ from numbers reported and published elsewhere.
  • Data for the year 2020 should be interpreted with caution due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on access to HIV testing, care-related services, and case surveillance activities.
  • “Age” refers to age at HIV diagnosis. Geographic residence refers to residence at HIV diagnosis.
  • Borough-wide and citywide totals may include cases assigned to a borough with unknown UHF or assigned to NYC with an unknown borough, respectively. Therefore, UHF totals may not sum to borough totals and borough totals may not sum to citywide totals.
  • Data collection regarding current gender identity for PLWH is conducted on an ongoing basis. Surveillance may have collected new information regarding a person’s current gender identity between the time of their HIV diagnosis and publication of these data; those identified as transgender at any time are included as transgender.
  • The Other race/ethnicity category includes Native American and multiracial people.
  • Rates expressed per 100,000, from Census 2010 population.

Indicator Definitions




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Select up to one option at the borough level. Unable to stratify at the UHF level