HIV Statistics - General

The numbers of those contracting and living with HIV globally goes up every year. Thousands of new cases of HIV are reported in the UK each year and it is an infection that can effect anyone, regardless of age, race or sexual orientation.

HIV diagnoses by year of diagnosis in the UK:

2014 - 6,151 (Men: 4,611 / Women: 1,540)

2013 - 6,000 (Men: 4,477 / Women: 1,522)

2012 - 6,245 (Men: 4,504 / Women: 1,740)

2011 - 6,173 (Men: 4,397 / Women: 1,774)

2010 - 6,333 (Men: 4,310 / Women: 2,023)

2009 - 6,634 (Men: 4,457 / Women: 2,177)

2008 - 7,225 (Men: 4,594 / Women: 2,631)

2007 - 7,351 (Men: 4,701 / Women: 2,650)

2006 - 7,446 (Men: 4,493 / Women: 2,953)

2005 - 7,892 (Men: 4,664 / Women: 3,228)

2004 - 7,700 (Men: 4,440 / Women: 3,259)

2003 - 7,280 (Men: 4,039 / Women: 3,241)

2002 - 6,281 (Men: 3,612 / Women: 2,669)

2001 - 5,101 (Men: 3,107 / Women: 1,993)

2000 - 3,954 (Men: 2,518 / Women: 1,436)

1999 - 3,248 (Men: 2,237 / Women: 1,009)

1998 - 2,901 (Men: 2,128 / Women: 772)

First published: Friday, November 1, 2013

Last updated: Tuesday, October 20, 2015