The Netherlands on track to achieve several National Action Plan HIV goals

Figures released today by Stichting HIV Monitoring (SHM) show that the number of new HIV diagnoses in the last three years in the Netherlands has fallen from 941 in 2015 to 664 in 2018. This puts the Netherlands on track to achieve the target of halving the number of new HIV diagnoses by 2022, as set by the National Action Plan on STIs, HIV and Sexual Health.

The HIV Monitoring Report 2019 offers a comprehensive overview of the HIV epidemic in the Netherlands up to 31 December 2018. It also describes cART, morbidity and mortality, HCV co-infection, pregnancies in women living with HIV and children living with HIV. In addition to the full report, the individual chapters are also available on SHM’s website, along with all the figures from the report in a PowerPoint presentation.

Read the full 2019 Monitoring Report.

Read the press release.