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Increase in Oregon in HIV Infection Among People Who Use Drugs

Statistics, Information and Data Regarding HIV in Oregon

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  • End HIV Oregon 2023 Progress Report - English and Spanish
    End HIV Oregon is Oregon’s initiative to end new HIV infections in our state. It is a collaborative effort between the Oregon Health Authority, the End HIV/STI Oregon Statewide Planning Group (including people living with HIV and at risk of HIV infection), and a variety of public and private agencies and community groups across Oregon. 
  • Medical Monitoring Project (MMP)
    Oregon has been participating in this Centers for Disease Control surveillance study since 2007 that focuses on the experiences and needs of people who are receiving care for HIV.

Annual HIV diagnoses in Oregon from 2012 (271) to 2022 (244) and diagnoses per 100,000 residents from 2012 (6.9) to 2022 (5.7).

Takeaway: New HIV diagnoses have generally decreased between 2012-2020, but have increased steadily since 2020. Estimates from 2020 and 2021 are likely undercounts due to limited HIV services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The increase in HIV diagnoses in 2018 was due to an increase among people who use drugs in Multnomah County, OR.

Takeaway: In 2022, there were 8,220 people diagnosed with HIV and living in Oregon. We estimate there are about 1,110 people who have acquired HIV but are undiagnosed. Among people diagnosed with HIV, 77% were virally suppressed, meaning they can not transmit HIV to their sexual partners. For more information, see the interactive dashboards