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Number of newly infected HIV patients in Japan 2018, by route of infection

In 2018, 670 people in Japan were newly infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) during same-sex sexual contacts. The total number of people newly diagnosed with HIV in Japan, excluding AIDS patients, amounted to 940 during the measured time period.

Number of people newly diagnosed with HIV in Japan in 2018, by route of infection*

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Release date

August 2019



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excluding AIDS patients

Supplementary notes

*Figures include both patients of Japanese nationality and those of other nationalities.
**Figures include sexual contacts with people of both sexes.
***Figures include infections by blood transfusion and infections which are presumably caused by multiple routes.

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