Question: How common is HIV in San Francisco?

A total of 15,990 San Francisco residents were diagnosed and living with HIV at the end of 2018, accounting for 2% of all HIV-positive people in the US. The report also shows that the HIV population in San Francisco continues to shift into older age groups: 66% were over age 50, including 30% over 60 and 7% over 70.

How many people live with HIV in San Francisco?

San Francisco has one of the largest populations of people living with HIV in the United States with an estimated 15,908 people living with HIV (“HIV Epidemiology Annual Report” 1). Of the total number of San Franciscans living with HIV/AIDS at the end of 2019, 9,044 were living with HIV ever classified as AIDS.

What US city has the highest STD rate?

San Francisco, CASTD Cases / 100K. 3,150.Metro Population. 883,305.HIV Cases. 12,149.Chlamydia Cases. 9,505.Gonorrhea Cases. 5,593.Syphilis Cases. 579.17 May 2021

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