List of HIV/AIDS cases and deaths registered by region

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This page lists the reported and registered HIV/AIDS cases by reporting region. A region may refer to a country or subdivision, national HIV records are often complicated incomplete or even nonexistent. This list is only documented cases, not for estimated cases. Estimated case numbers differ in significant ways: estimates are available for all areas for all years unlike hard records, and estimates attempt to quantify an epidemic in current time, whereas registered/documented cases are behind the curve, they have lag time to detection and represent the past rather than current situation.

Documentation of HIV transmission often present with significant holes and inconsistencies. In the earlier years of the epidemic, especially in Africa, health systems where completely overwhelmed and millions of people died without government recordkeeping, there is little way of knowing how many people contracted HIV, to get around the problem to get the total cumulative number of HIV infections, HIV death data is taken into account in the table below where those living with HIV are summed with those died of HIV for a cumulative HIV infection figure, nevertheless, the data of credible death estimates exist only for the specific years where available. In spite of data quality issues, all these types of data help to create an epidemiological picture.

US CDC has changed reporting standards for AIDS related deaths (again in 2014); HIV case reporting is not uniform among states that also implement their own surveillance. Globally, some 35.3 million are living with HIV/AIDS, World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 36 million people have died since the first cases were reported in 1981 and 1.6 million people died of HIV/AIDS in 2012.[1] Using WHO statistics, in 2012 the number of people living with HIV was growing at a faster rate (1.98%) than worldwide human population growth (1.1% annual),[2] and the cumulative number of people with HIV is growing at roughly three times faster (3.22%). The costs of treatment is significantly increasing burden on healthcare systems when budgets remain stagnant, causing cutoffs in funding to healthcare providers.[3]

We’re right at that razor edge. Unless you dramatically change the infection rate...the epidemic is actually going to expand rather than shrink. —Deborah Birx, Obama administration global AIDS coordinator [3]

List[edit]

Color code: Countries/regions in light blue have latest year HIV cases exceeding 10% of cumulative total, deep blue exceeding 20%, and pink exceeding 30%. These colors suggest an outbreak or insufficient reporting. If HIV estimates are correct, government efforts to report are still hugely inadequate, only 1 in 3 HIV cases have ever been reported globally, and 1 in 7 deaths (using this list as reference). Note: Deaths in US jurisdictions include all causes. Documented deaths may be estimated, please consult individual references sources. Word of caution on data below: Higher numbers on this list often reflect better reporting and data, it does not necessarily indicate (nor imply) a larger epidemic. Reporting of HIV cases and deaths are quite often delayed by years, data here can mask HIV epidemics.

Over 100,000 cases[edit]

Country or region Documented cases of HIV
(cumulative)
ARV/ART enrolled or documented cases of AIDS
(cumulative)
Documented deaths
(cumulative)
HIV cases past 12 mo. before reported date Figures as of** Updated every
UN WORLD Estimated cases 78,000,000 (est) 39,000,000 (est) 2,190,000(est) Dec 2014[4] annual
Total Cases accounted for in this table (sum) 37,000,000 8,200,000 on ARV 19,200,000 N/A
Governments HIV documentation gap (UN Est minus Table Data) 41,000,000 cases undocumented 19,800,000 deaths undocumented N/A
 South Africa at least 5,691,700 (sum 2010 ARV+referenced deaths) 3,140,000 eligible ART (2010)[5] 1,400,000 on ART 282,578 (2010 only),[6] 2,308,200 (1996–2006)[7] May 2011 [8] Random
 Nigeria at least 5,011,181 2,021,181 of which 359,181 enrolled ART (2010),[9] 1,662,000 on waiting list[10] 2.99 million (1983–2012)[11] 388,864[12] 2011 Random
 India at least 3,725,544 (to 2012) 1,735,544 AIDS-dec'12 (810,339 on ART-Sep'14[13]) 1,990,000(2000 to 2012)** 189,068 (to 2012) Dec 2012[14] annual?
 Tanzania est. 3,600,000 432,532 taking ART est. 1,800,000 est. 200,000 Dec 2012[15] random
 Mozambique at least 3,028,174 (1,578,174 living dec '13) 454,000 on ARV (2013) 60,439 to 80,000 (2006 only)[16] 1,450,000 (1997-2012)[17] 117,404 (2013) Dec 2013[18] random
 Uganda at least 2,650,351 (sum of waiting list+referenced deaths) 1,447,859 on ARV waiting list 6/14[19] 714,774 taking ARV, 12/14) 942,492 (1983–2001)[20] and 260,000 (2011-2014)[21] 127,000 (2014) Dec 2014 random
 Zimbabwe at least 2,550,000 1.2 million of which 565,675 ART enrolled (2013) [22] 1,350,000 (2002-2012 only)[23] 60,000 (jan-oct 2010)[24] Dec 2013 random
 Kenya at least 2,154,027 (sum on ARV+ref deaths) 604,027 taking ARV (Dec 2012)[25] 1.55 million (to 2011)[26] N/A Dec 2012[27] random
 Ethiopia at least 1,888,137 288,137 on ART (2012) 1.6 million (to 2010)[28] Dec 2012[25] random
 United States and dependent areas 1,651,454 (sum living in 2013 with HIV plus cumulative deaths, 2014) 1,241,981 (AIDS only) 698,219 44,784 Dec 2014[29] annual?
 Thailand 1,178,646 total (2012), 460,000 living (2013) 246,000 ARV (2013) 714,603 (2012) 8,312 (2013)[30] Dec 2012[31] random
 Russia 933,419 125,623 on ARV (Dec 2012)[25] 205,538 as of Nov 2015[32] 93,000 (2015) Dec 2014[33] annual
 Brazil 939,929 (sum living+dead) 449,762 (ARV) 798,283 (AIDS-Jun '15) 290,929 (Dec 2014) 23,789 (2014) Jun 2015[34] annual
 People's Republic of China
(does not include Hong Kong SAR Macau SAR)
855,000 295,358 on ARV with 205,000 living with AIDS(dec 2014)[35] 201,000 96,000 (9 mo)[36] Sep 2016 random
 Zambia at least 480,925 480,925 on ART[25] Dec 2012 random
 Ghana at least 438,468 (225,487 living) 72,839 cumulative ART, 66,504 taking ART (jun '12)[37] 180,899 (until 2007),[38] 18,082 (2008),[39] 14,000 (2013)[40] 12,073 Dec 2013[40] random
 Malawi at least 405,131 405,131 taking ART[25] N/A ~50,000 (2012)[41] Dec 2012[42] random
 Vietnam 315,000 (228,000 living) 85,100 AIDS 87,000 1500 (3 mo) Apr 2016[43] 3 mo
 Angola at least 254,471 2006-Dec 2009[44] 56,963 on ART (3-13)[45] 1,167(2011 only) 24,239(2011) 2011[46] random
New York State,  United States 258,530 200,019 AIDS 126,356 3,316 Dec 2012[47] annual?
 Ukraine 277,481 81,860 AIDS 37,583 15,877 Oct 2015[48] monthly?
 Botswana at least 263,000 247,157 on ARV (2014), 263,000 eligible[49] - N/A Dec 2014 random?
California,  United States 220,543 169,588 AIDS 98,161 N/A Jun 2014[50] 6mo?
 Mexico 228,200 174,564 AIDS(2014)/ 89,410 on ARV (2013)[51] 93,618 (2013)[52] 9,573 Dec 2014[53] annual
 Myanmar 225,000 living 120,000 ARV N/A 11,149 (10 mo.) Oct 2016[54] random
 Haiti 206,821 42,673 ARV 19,560 25,161 Dec 2013[55] annual
 Cambodia 197,000 (mid-range est 2014)[56] (77,861 living 2012)[57] 55,092 taking ART (2012) 122,000 (mid-range est.)[56] 4,943 (2011-12 only)[58] 1,329 (2012)[58] Dec 2012 random
 Indonesia 191,073 77,112 AIDS
63,066 taking ART currently
13,319 30,935 (2015) Dec 2015[59] 3mo
 Namibia at least 143,805 143,805 on ARV (Dec 2015)[60] - N/A Dec 2015[61] random?
 United Kingdom 128,652 19,912 (to 2010)[62] Dec 2012[63] annual
 Colombia 124,868 (since 1985) 39,397 on ARV (jan 2013)[25] 39,887(2012)[64] 11,414 (2015) Dec 2013[65]/Dec 2015[66] annual
 Rwanda at least 123,317 123,317 on ART - 13,000 (2013) Dec 2013[67] random
Texas,  United States 124,351 51,419 4,265 Dec 2012[68] annual
 Cameroon at least 122,783 122,783 on ARV (Dec 2012)[25] - N/A Dec 2012 random?
 Swaziland at least 112,912 112,912 on ARV (Jun 2015)[25] - N/A Jun 2015[69] random?
 Ivory Coast at least 110,370 110,370 on ARV (Dec 2012)[25] - N/A Dec 2012 random?
 Niger at least 107,122 107,122 taking ART N/A 2010[70] random
 Malaysia 105,189 21,384 AIDS
21,654 on ART[71]
17,096 3,517 Dec 2014[71] annual

Over 10,000 cases[edit]

Country/region Documented cases of HIV
(Cumulative)
ARV/ART enrolled or documented cases of AIDS
(Cumulative)
Documented deaths
(Cumulative)
HIV cases past 12 mo. before reported date Figures as of** Updated every
 Lesotho at least 92,747 92,747 on ARV (Dec 2013)[25] - N/A Dec 2013 random?
 Spain at least 80,827 80,827 (AIDS) 51,000 (2009) 2,908 Dec 2010[72][73] annual?
 Canada 78,511 (23,111 AIDS, some provinces no longer report) 14,381 2,090 Dec 2013[74] annual
 Argentina 59,940 (2011) 34,385 on ART (6-2012), 43,249 AIDS(2011) 28,159 (2010) 4,726 (2011) Dec 2011[75] annual
 France 54,406 - N/A 4,066 Dec 2012[63] random
 Peru 53,334 31,522 AIDS - 1,078 (4 mo) Apr 2014[76] monthly
   Nepal at least 52,089 (deaths+on ARV) of which 26,702 reported 11,089 on ARV[77] ~ 41,000[78] 1,493 Dec 2014[79] annual
 Germany 45,987 - N/A 2,593 Dec 2012[63] random
 Portugal 42,350 17,373 AIDS 9,509 1551 Dec 2012[80] annual?
Guangdong,  People's Republic of China 41,922 - N/A 7,030 Oct 2013[81] random
 Philippines 38,114 2,726 AIDS(feb 16), 10,629 on ART(jun 15) 2,762 7,756 (Jan-Oct 2016) Feb 2016[82][83]Oct 2016[84] monthly
 Ecuador 34,964 10,432 AIDS 7,031 N/A Dec 2012[85] annual?
 Australia 34,029 (25,708 living 2012) - 6,767Dec 2008[86] 1253 Dec 2012[87] annual
 Puerto Rico 37,537 - N/A Dec 2007[29] annual
 Guatemala 34,512[88] - N/A 1,898 (2014) Dec 2014 annual?
  Switzerland 33,942 9,534 AIDS N/A 575 Dec 2013[89] annual?
 Honduras 33,130(Oct 2015)[90] 22,932 AIDS (Sep 2013),[91] 17,340 ARV(Dec '15) N/A 800(2015) May 2014[92]/Dec 2015[93] random
 Taiwan 33,018(Oct 2016) 12,691(2014) 4,600(2014) 1,991 (10 mo to 10/16) Oct 2016[94][95] monthly
 Papua New Guinea 32,087 12,000 taking ARV(2012)[96] N/A N/A Dec 2009[97] random
 El Salvador 30,487 - N/A 1230 (10 mo) Oct 2013[98] random
 Iran 27,916 3168 AIDS 4419 1800 Sep 2011[99] random
 Belgium 25,724 - N/A 1227 Dec 2012[63] annual?
 Japan 24,882 7,758 AIDS 1,666 1,500 (12 mo) May 2015[100] 3mo
 Uzbekistan 24,539 - N/A 3267 (10 mo) Oct 2012[101][102] random
 Italy 23,132 - N/A 3,898 Dec 2012[63] annual?
 Netherlands 20,821 - N/A 976 Dec 2012[63] annual?
 Saudi Arabia 20,539 (5890 Saudis) - N/A 1,777[103] Dec 2013[104] annual?
 Kazakhstan 19,774 - N/A 2014 Dec 2012[63] random
 Liberia 19,111 living - N/A N/A Jun 2013[105] random
 Cuba at least 18,463 (16,400 living) - 2,063(2009)[106] 2,156 Dec 2013[107] random
 Bolivia 17,334 - N/A N/A Jun 2013[108]/Oct 2016[109] random
 Romania 16,697 4,629AIDS/7,352ARV(Jun'11) 5,801 - Dec 2010[110] annual?
 Uruguay 16,171 - 1,767 (Oct 2008)[111] 953 (11 mo) Nov 2012[112] random
 Poland 16,562 - N/A 1085 Dec 2012[63] annual?
Veracruz, Mexico 15,231 - - 6,400 Dec 2013[113] random
District of Columbia,  United States 14,465 living - 1,660 (2006-2010 only) 835 (477 AIDS,2010) Dec 2010[114][115] annual?
Papua,  Indonesia 14,087 10,116 AIDS 738 3,974 Dec 2013[59] 3mo
 Belarus 13,623 - 917 (Dec 2010)[116] 1223 Dec 2012[63] random
 Greece 12,700 - N/A 1059 Oct 2012[63] random
 Panama 12,315(dec 2011) - 67(sep 09) 627(to Sep 2009) Sep 2009[117]/Dec 2011[118] random
 Paraguay 12,116 3,821 AIDS 1,318 538 (6 mo) jun 2013 [119][120] random
 Nicaragua 11,994 3,646 ARV 1,358 898 (11 mo) Nov 2016[121] annual?
 South Korea at least 11,685 (10,502 living 2015 end+Sep 2009 1183 dead) [122] - 1183 (9-2009)[123] 1,152(2015) Dec 2015 annual?
 Bahamas 11,547 - 4,000+ 263(12-08) Apr 2009[124] random
 Sweden 10,329 - N/A 363 Dec 2012[63] annual?

Under 10,000 cases[edit]

Country/region Documented cases of HIV
(Cumulative)
ARV/ART enrolled or documented cases of AIDS
(Cumulative)
Documented deaths
(Cumulative)
HIV cases past 12 mo. before reported date Figures as of** Updated every
 Turkey 9,300 - N/A 1,700 Dec 2014[125] random
 Pakistan 9,000+ 5,000 ART N/A N/A Dec 2013[126] random
 Estonia 8,377 - N/A 315 2012 end[127] annual?
Bali,  Indonesia 8,059 3,985 AIDS 305 1,690 Dec 2013[59] 3mo
 Moldova 7,834 - - 487 Dec 2012[63] annual?
 Israel 7,517 - - 757 Dec 2012[63] annual?
 Morocco 7,360 4,570 AIDS N/A N/A Dec 2012 [128] random
 Singapore 7,140[129] 1,379(AIDS) in 2013 1,816 455[130] Dec 2015 annual
 Hong Kong 6,993 1,545 AIDS N/A 152(3 mo) dec 2014[131] 3mo
 Laos 6,661[132] 3977 AIDS (6-14), 1250 on ART (2009)[133] 1571 423 (6 mo) Jun 2014 random
 Ireland 6,528 - 339 Dec 2012[63] - annual?
 Denmark 6,399 96 in 2013 315 Dec 2012[63] annual?
Volta Region,  Ghana 6,289* - N/A 3,309(10 mo) Oct 2009[134] random
 Egypt 6,228 total (2013)[135] (4,781 total 3,746 Egyptians - Dec 2011)[136] 1663 AIDS(Dec '11) N/A N/A random?
 Belize 5,976 1,358 on ARV (2011)[137] N/A 241 Dec 2013[138] annual?
 Kyrgyzstan 5,642 - 1040 567 (Jan-Sep '12)[139] Nov 2014[140] random
 Latvia 5,527 - N/A 339 Dec 2012[63] random
 Norway 5,137 - N/A 242 Dec 2012[63] annual?
 Tajikistan 4,585 - N/A 814 Jun 2012[63] annual?
 Azerbaijan 3784 - 3871 May 2011 [141] 517 Dec 2012[63] random
 Georgia 3,667 - N/A 493 Dec 2012[142] random
 Bangladesh 3674 - 563 433 Nov 2014[143] random?
 Yemen 3,071 - - 189 (6 mo) Jun 2010[144] random
 Serbia 2,850 - 1071Nov 2010[145] 125 Dec 2012[63] annual?
 Hungary 2,845 796 AIDS 358 230 31 Dec 2014[146] random
 Czech Republic 2,200 - 178 (Jan 2012)[147] 99(Jan-Apr '14) Apr 2014[148] annual?
 Lithuania 2060 living - N/A 160 Dec 2012[149] annual?
 Bulgaria 2,025 - N/A 195 (11 mo) Nov 2014[150] annual?
 Oman 2,017 (to 2010)[151] 1,454 living (2012)[152] - - - Dec 2012[153] random
Netherlands Antilles 1,812 - N/A 90 Dec 2007[154] random
 Sri Lanka 2,309 587 AIDS 357 235 Dec 2015[155] quarterly
 Lebanon 1,780 764 on ARV N/A 109 Dec 2014[156] -
 Armenia 1,520 (777 AIDS) 340 228 (2012) Aug 2013[157] annual
 Afghanistan 1,367 - N/A N/A Dec 2011[158] random
 Croatia 862 325AIDS,494ARV 176 - Dec 2010[159] annual?
[ Jordan 712 - 90 69 Dec 2009[160] random
 United Arab Emirates 636 - 147 (10 mo) N/A Oct 2009[161] random
Macau,  People's Republic of China 508 - N/A 33 Dec 2012[162] random
 Fiji 482 - N/A 62 Dec 2012[163] annual
 Slovakia 467 57AIDS,145ARV 37 28 Dec 2010[164] annual?
 Bhutan 380 - 54 (Nov 2012)[165] 34 (Dec-Jun) Jun 2014[citation needed] random
 Qatar 231 - N/A N/A Dec 2008[166] random
 East Timor 117 - N/A N/A Apr 2009[167] random
 Brunei 110 - N/A 24 Dec 2015[168][169] annual
 Mongolia 61 - 8 N/A Oct 2009[170] random
 Tonga 19 n/a n/a 0 (since 2012) 2014[171] random
  • (1) Note: HIV cases sums use national data, subdivision data summed for deaths when national data not available.
  • (2) "Figures as of" refers to for when the data is valid, not when the data is released.
  • (3) ? in 'Updated every' column denotes intervals with missing data, update irregularities
  • (4) French cumulative figures only from 2004.
  • (5) Brazil only began counting HIV cases from 2000, but AIDS from 1980.
  • (6) Volta region of Ghana cumulative cases beginning in 2008.
  • (7) China previously released older figures that were higher, and revised its numbers down with no explanation given.

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