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Health Indicator Report of New HIV/AIDS Diagnoses

HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that attacks the body's immune system. If HIV is not treated, it can lead to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). Currently, there is no effective cure. However, with proper medical care HIV can be controlled. People with HIV who get effective HIV treatment can live long, healthy lives and protect their partners.
In 2021, more new HIV/AIDS diagnoses were observed among those aged 25-44 years. There were more new HIV/AIDS diagnoses among males and females aged 25-34 years compared to other age groups.


This is Healthy People 2030 goal HIV-03 - Reduce the number of new diagnoses among persons 13 years and older. Data for ages 13 years and above. **Number is too small to report; statistically unstable.

Data Source

Enhanced HIV/AIDS Reporting System (eHARS); Division of HIV/AIDS, STD, and TB Services; New Jersey Department of Health; []


Number of newly diagnosed HIV/AIDS cases belonging to a certain subpopulation


Number of newly diagnosed cases of HIV/AIDS in each subpopulation


Total number of newly diagnosed cases of HIV/AIDS
Page Content Updated On 01/17/2023, Published on 01/19/2023
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