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    ​Quick Mary​land HIV Statistics

    • ​​​​There were 751 people aged 13+ diagnosed with HIV infection in Maryland during 2022.

    • At year-end 2022, th​​ere were 31,616 people aged 13+ living with diagnosed HIV in Maryland.

    • Among people living with HIV in Maryland in 2021, it is estimated that 90.9% have been diagnosed, while an estimated 3,200 people with HIV in Maryland remain undiagnosed.

    • At year-end 2021, 1.1 million (1,087,503) persons in the United States aged 13+ were living with diagnosed HIV infection.

    • Maryland was ranked 12th among states and territories in adult/adolescent HIV diagnosis rates (per 100,000) in 2021.  


    Maryland Annual HIV Epidemiological Profile 2022. Center for HIV Surveillance, Epidemiology and Evaluation, Maryland Department of Health, Baltim​ore, MD. 2023. 


    ​Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Estimated HIV incidence and prevalence in the United States, 2017–2021. HIV Surveillance Supplemental Report 2023;28(No. 3). https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/library/reports/hiv-surveillance.html. Published May 2023.


    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. HIV Surveillance Report, 2021; vol. 34. https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/library/reports/hiv-surveillance.html.​ Published May 2023.

    This dashboard guides users in determining which data products are available and may fit their data needs. It provides the ability to search across HIV epidemiological products by type, topic, demographic, and geography and contains direct links to Maryland's HIV data products.​​​

    Click here for the Maryland HIV Continuum of Care Dashboard
    The dashboard provides an interactive view of the traditional HIV continuum of care. Comparisons can be made across Maryland jurisdictions and demographic groups. 

    This dashboard provides an overview of the HIV epidemic for the state of Maryland, each county or jurisdiction, and regions. The dashboard describes 10-year trends, demographics, and key HIV care metrics.

    This dashboard provides a 5-year cumulative (aggregated data) overview of the HIV epidemic for the state of Maryland and each county or jurisdiction. The dashboard describes trends spanning the past five years, demographics, and HIV care metrics.

    Click here for the Maryland HIV Priority Populations Dashboard.
    The dashboard provides an interactive view of key HIV metrics for populations identified in Maryland's HIV Integrated Plan.

    Click here for the Maryland HIV Map Dashboard.
    The dashboard provides an interactive view of mapping information by county-level and ZIP code on HIV diagnoses and people living with HIV in Maryland. 

    Click here for the National HIV Rankings Dashboard
    The dashboard provides an interactive view of the National HIV Rankings.

    This dashboard provides a visualization of where people receive HIV care as compared to where they reside (e.g., how far people travel for HIV care). In addition, see the top HIV care providers by jurisdiction. 

    This dashboard displays ranking data for HIV diagnoses in the EHE Phase 1 jurisdictions.
    For more information on ending the HIV epidemic in Maryland, please visit the Alive! ​Maryland​ website.

    ​Data S​heets 

    HIV in Maryland: ​

    HIV in Maryland Counties: 


    Gender and HIV in Maryland:

    Race/Ethnicity and HIV in Maryland:

    Age and HIV in Maryland:

     Exposure Category and HIV in Maryland:

     Coinfection and HIV in Maryland:
    Other Categories and HIV in Maryland:

    Quarterly Updates​

    Epidemiological Profiles​ 


     ​National Statistics

    CDC Surveillance Reports 


    State and Metropolitan Area Rankings (from CDC Surveillance Report) 

    CDC Estimates of HIV Incidence, Prevalence, and Percent Undiagnosed 


    ​​​International Statistics

    UNAIDS Global Report 

    UNAIDS Core Epi Slides

    To request Maryland HIV/AIDS epidemiological data not found on the website, please email mdh.hivdatarequest@maryland.gov.