National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2021
By ETE Dashboard |
May 21st, 2021 |
Tuesday, May 19, was National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. The ETE Dashboard shared three infographics focused on key HIV-related outcomes for New Yorkers in Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
In 2019, of the 2,363 New Yorkers newly diagnosed with HIV, 77 (3%) are among Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
Of those 77 API New Yorkers newly diagnosed with HIV, 82% were linked to care within 30 days of diagnosis and 60% achieved viral suppression within 3 months of diagnosis.
Of the 1,950 New Yorkers in Asian and Pacific Islander communities living with diagnosed HIV, 79% were virally suppressed in 2019.
To explore these data further, visit our New Diagnoses and Linkage and Prevalence and Care data visualization pages and filter results by race/ethnicity using the interactive menu selection options.