HIV in the U.S. by the Numbers – Current Year

This fact sheet includes CDC’s latest national estimates of new HIV infections (HIV incidence) and the total number of people estimated to have HIV (HIV prevalence) in the United States. Also included are the latest estimates for several indicators of progress in HIV prevention and treatment, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) use, linkage to care, and viral suppression. State- and city-level HIV data are available here.

Because there are gaps in epidemiology data for HIV among transgender women, this fact sheet includes the best available data on HIV incidence, prevalence, PrEP use, and receipt of medical care and treatment for this population from CDC’s National HIV Behavioral Surveillancepdf icon.

For more information on the current state of the HIV epidemic, click herepdf icon.

Page last reviewed: December 14, 2021