In 2017, fewer HIV-detected people were in 2016 (750 in 2017 compared to 820 in 2016). The figures, which are currently printed online in the HIV Inspection Report, also show that Most people with HIV are now beginning to do so; treating HIV treatment within a few months after the diagnosis. However, too many people are still found when there is already a weak or even AIDS system (37% of males with men, 63% of the male and 52% of women in 2017).
Despite this, the Netherlands has now reached UNAIDS 90-90-90 & # 39; fast journey for 2020. In 2017, 90% of the estimated number of people living in the Netherlands with HIV were aware of their HIV status, 93% were treated and not 95% of the virus in the blood was more found.
Other essential levels of HIV infection, the number of new diseases that are estimated annually, also decreased, to 450 in 2017. The decline of new infections in recent years has confirmed that the Hebrides also has the route to another Target & fast track # 39; for 2020, which is a 75% reduction in the number of diseases that were taken compared to 2010.
Professor Peter Reiss, director of the HIV Inspection Trust, said: "It is encouraging that the number of new diseases is declining every year. The achievement of the three goals UNAIDS goals 90-90 -90 has certainly contributed to a further spread of HIV. At the same time, we need to have the best impact on HIV prevention, & # 39 , including the implementation of PrEP, to reduce the spread of HIV. In addition, we must extend our focus to protect the structural barriers to early diagnosis and also HIV treatment. "