in Europe Over 130,000 people have been diagnosed in Eastern Europe with HIV last year.
This is the highest number in the region to date, and the new issues in western Europe decreased, showing figures from ECDC's European infectious Health Authority and WHO World Health Organization.
Similar to Western Europe, the number of men-sexed men with other men is a 20% reduction from 2015. The decline in the area is defined, among others, with targeted sampling to detect a virus early, so that it can be used for cure so that diversity can be stopped.
160,000 new cases were recorded in Europe.