Viral Suppression

Viral suppression is one of the six EHE indicators. Viral suppression is the percentage of people living with diagnosed HIV infection in a given year who have an amount of HIV that is less than 200 copies per milliliter of blood.

The goal is to increase the percentage of people living with diagnosed HIV infection in a given year where the amount of HIV in their blood is less than 200 per milliliter of blood by the target year.


2017 Baseline Demographics


Transmission Category

The goal is to increase the percentage of people living with diagnosed HIV infection in a given year where the amount of HIV in their blood is less than 200 per milliliter of blood by the target year.

Phase I EHE States

The EHE initiative has identified these seven states with a substantial rural HIV burden, as well as 50 other jurisdictions, as priority locations to focus efforts and resources during the first phase of the initiative.

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STATES/TERRITORY with Phase 1 EHE Counties/Areas

These states and Puerto Rico contain one or more of the priority counties/areas of the EHE Initiative but are not designated as one of the seven Phase I EHE states.

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The goal is to increase the percentage of people living with diagnosed HIV infection in a given year where the amount of HIV in their blood is less than 200 per milliliter of blood by the target year.

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*Data should be used with caution because they do not meet the standard of reliability.
†Data should be used with caution because jurisdiction does not have laws requiring complete reporting of laboratory data or has incomplete reporting.
‡Data should be interpreted with caution due to incomplete ascertainment of deaths that occurred during the year 2018.
§Data N/A
‖Data N/A due to high relative standard error
¶Data incomplete or not reported