Is Hiv On The Rise In Australia? Between 2011 and 2016, the HIV notification rate among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people increased from 3.6 to 6.3 per 100,000 and then declined to 2.2 per 100,000 in 2020 compared to 2.3 per 100,000 among Australian-born non-Indigenous people.

Is HIV increasing in Australia? Infection rates in Australia The Australian Federation of Aids Organisations reports that there has been a consistent decline in new HIV infections among men who have sex with men (MSM). After peaking at 1,084 new diagnosed cases in 2014, the rate has dropped each year to reach 833 in 2018.

How common is HIV in Australia 2019? In 2019, there are approximately 28, 918 people living with HIV across Australia, and NSW is home to approximately 11, 721 people living with HIV. Women make up just over 11% of all people living with HIV in Australia, with an estimated 3, 350 women living with HIV.

Is HIV decreasing in Australia? There were 903 new HIV diagnoses in 2019. This represents a decline of 12 per cent over five years. While long term trends suggest HIV is declining in Australia, there was a slight increase in HIV numbers from 2018–2019.

What percentage of Australia has HIV?

HIV infection in Australia is characterised by a concentrated epidemic, defined as a prevalence of greater than 5% in subpopulations. The prevalence of HIV infection has remained low in the general population, and was estimated to be 0.1% in 2017.