Statistics | Duval HIVCareNow (2024)

HIV prevalence is defined as the number of persons who were living with an HIV diagnosis in the reporting area through the end of the calendar year (regardless of where they were diagnosed). Persons with HIV (PWH) and persons with AIDS (PWA) cannot be added together to get combined totals since these categories are not mutually exclusive.

By the end of 2022, an estimated number of 6,935 persons were living with HIV in Duval County. This group is comprised of 4,651 cisgender men, 2,241 cisgender women, 42 transgender women, and 1 transgender man.

HIV incidenceis the number of new HIV diagnoses that occur during a specified time period. HIV diagnoses cannot be added with AIDS diagnoses to get combined totals since these categories are not mutually exclusive.

  • In 2022, the estimated number of new HIV diagnoses in Duval County was 294.

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HIV Cases by Year of Diagnosis, 2018-2022, Duval County

  • Number of cases in 2018: 284
  • Number of cases in 2019: 290
  • Number of cases in 2020: 231
  • Number of cases in 2021: 283
  • Number of cases in 2022: 294

The following data is new HIV diagnoses in 2022 in Duval County, Distributed by race and ethnicity. For this dataset, Black indicates non-Hispanic/Latinx. White indicates non-Hispanic/Latinx. Other race and ethnicity includes Asian, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, and Multi-race.

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Race/EthnicityNumber% of TotalRate*
Black18061.2%58.0
White5819.7%11.0
Hispanic/Latinx4615.6%39.0
Other103.4%-
  • In 2022, 180 Black individuals were diagnosed with HIV in Duval County
    • For every 100,000 Black individuals in Dual County, 58.0 were diagnosed with HIV
  • In 2022, 58 White individuals were diagnosed with HIV in Duval County
    • For every 100,000 White individuals in Duval County, 11.0 were diagnosed with HIV
  • In 2022, 46 Hispanic or Latinx individuals were diagnosed with HIV in Duval County
    • For every 100,000 Hispanic or Latinx individuals in Duval County, 39.0 were diagnosed with HIV

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Rates are calculated per 100,000 population.

  • From 2018-2022, new HIV diagnoses decreased 6.3 % among Black individuals.
  • From 2018-2022, new HIV diagnoses increased 109.1% among Hispanic individuals.
  • From 2018-2022, new HIV diagnoses decreased 10.8% among White individuals.

In 2022, the number of diagnoses of HIV cases in Duval County, by age at diagnosis, was as followed:

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Age (Years)Number of Diagnoses of HIV Infection, 2022
Under 130
13-19 Years9
20-24 Years53
25-29Years50
30-34Years54
35-39Years29
40-44Years22
45-49Years18
50-54Years18
55-59Years16
60+Years25

In 2022, 62 youths ages 13-24 were diagnosed with HIV. There were 44 diagnoses among black male youth, 2 among white male youth, 10 among black female youth, and 0 among white female youth.

Newly diagnosed HIV cases are classified into the following transmission categories based on reported exposure: heterosexual contact, sexual contact among men who have sex with men (MSMSC), injection drug use (IDU), sexual contact among men who have sex with men and injection drug use (MSMSC/IDU), mother-to-child (perinatal) transmission, and other (includes blood transfusions and unknown causes).

The following is the distribution of the number of diagnoses of HIV infection in 2022 among adults and adolescents in Duval County, by transmission category.A breakdown by sex is provided, where applicable.

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Transmission CategoryAdult and
Adolescent Males
Adult and
Adolescent Females
Total
MMSC152-152
IDU336
MMSC/IDU5-5
Heterosexual Contact6957126

There were 0 reported perinatal or other exposure cases in Duval County in 2022.

AIDS prevalence is defined as the number of persons who were living with an AIDS diagnosis in the reporting area through the end of the calendar year (regardless of where they were diagnosed). Persons with HIV (PWH) and persons with AIDS (PWA) cannot be added together to get combined totals since these categories are not mutually exclusive.

By the end of 2022, an estimated number of 3,522 persons were living with AIDS in Duval County. This group is comprised of 2,290 cisgender men, 1,217 cisgender women, 15 transgender women, and 0 transgender men.

AIDS Incidence is the number of new AIDS diagnoses that occur during a specified time period. HIV diagnoses cannot be added with AIDS diagnoses to get combined totals since these categories are not mutually exclusive.

In 2022, there were 133 new diagnoses of AIDS in Duval County. Among these people, 96 were cisgender men, 36 were cisgender women, 0 were transgender men, and 1 was a transgender woman.

The following data is new AIDS diagnoses in 2020 in Duval County, distributed by race and ethnicity. For this dataset, Black indicates non-Hispanic/Latinx. White indicates non-Hispanic/Latinx. Other race and ethnicity includes Asian, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, and Multi-race.

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New AIDS Diagnoses, By Race/Ethnicity, Duval County, 2022

Race/Ethnicity

N

% of Total

Rate (per 100,000 people)

Black

89

66.9%

28.7

White

27

20.3%

5.1

Hispanic/Latinx

14

10.5%

11.9

Other

3

2.3%

-

In 2022, the number of cases diagnosed as AIDS in Duval County, by the time of classification, is as follows:

Age (Years)Number of Newly Diagnosed as AIDS Cases, 2022
Under 13 years0
13-19years3
20-24years13
25-29years20
30-34years25
35-39 years13
40-44 years19
45-49years10
50-54years9
55-59 years10
60+years11

This section pertains to Florida in 2022. HIV diagnoses cannot be added with AIDS diagnoses to get combined totals since these categories are not mutually exclusive. Similarly, Persons with HIV (PWH) and persons with AIDS (PWA) cannot be added together to get combined totals since these categories are not mutually exclusive.

  • A total of 4,606 HIV cases were diagnosed in Florida in 2022 with a rate of 20.6 per 100,000 population.
  • Of the new HIV diagnoses, 1,004 were White, 1,832 were Black, 1,688 were Hispanic, 48 were Asian, 6 were American Indian/Alaska Native, 5 were Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, and 23 were multi-race.
  • There were 1,983 new diagnoses of AIDS and 61,388 people living with AIDS in 2022.
  • Of the 124,577 people living with HIV in Florida in 2022, 43.2% were Black, 27.5% were White, 27.2% were Hispanic, and 2.2% were other races and ethnicities, including multiracial.
  • There were 615 HIV-related deaths in 2022. 53.2% of deaths were in the Black population.
  • 79.5% of the 124,577 people living with HIV were in care in 2022.
  • 87.7% of people living with HIV who were in care with a suppressed viral load.
  • 90.2% of people living with HIV who were retained in care had a suppressed viral load.
  • 20.5% of people living with HIV did not receive any care in 2022.

These are the counties in Florida reporting the highest number of HIV diagnoses in 2022:

Florida Counties, by Number of New HIV Diagnoses

Rank

County

# Cases

1

Miami-Dade

1,088

2

Broward

607

3

Orange

423

4

Palm Beach

309

5

Hillsborough

307

6

Duval

294

7

Polk

129

8

Pinellas

122

9

Lee

96

10

Leon

76

These are the counties in Florida reporting the highest rate of new HIV diagnoses in 2022. Rates are calculated per 100,000 population.

HIV Top Ten Counties in Florida, by Rate

Rank

County

Rate

1

Miami-Dade

39.3

2

Gadsen

36.5

3

Broward

30.8

4

Duval

28.3

4

Orange

28.3

5

Leon

25.3

6

Franklin

24.0

7

Monroe

23.9

8

Bay

22.7

9

Palm Beach

20.3

10

Hillsborough

20.1

From 2018 to 2022, HIV diagnoses in Duval County:

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  • Increased 109.1% among Hispanic and Latinx individuals
  • Decreased 10.8% among White individuals
  • Decreased 6.3% among Black individuals
  • Decreased 40% among 13-19 year olds

This chart depicts new HIV cases, organized by race and ethnicity, from 2018 to 2022 in Duval County. For this dataset,Blackindicates non-Hispanic/Latinx.Whiteindicates non-Hispanic/Latinx.Otherrace and ethnicity includes Asian, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, and Multi-race.

Statistics | Duval HIVCareNow (9)

This chart depicts new HIV cases, organized by race and ethnicity, from 2018 to 2022 in Duval County. For this dataset,Blackindicates non-Hispanic/Latinx.Whiteindicates non-Hispanic/Latinx.Otherrace and ethnicity includes Asian, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, and Multi-race.

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This chart depicts new HIV diagnoses in adults, distributed by age at diagnosis, from 2018 to 2022 in Duval County. For surveillance purposes, adult diagnoses represent persons aged 13 and older.

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