Prevalence of new HIV worldwide by country 2017

This statistic depicts the prevalence of new HIV infections in selected countries worldwide as of 2017, per 1,000 population. In that year, in South Africa there were around 5.46 HIV newly infected persons per every 1,000 inhabitants.

Prevalence of new HIV infections in selected countries worldwide as of 2017

HIV infections per 1,000 population
Lesotho9.07
Eswatini8.02
Botswana7.47
South Africa5.46
Mozambique4.75
Zambia3.6
Namibia3.49
Equatorial Guinea3.45
Zimbabwe3.08
Malawi2.39
Central African Republic1.71
Gabon1.6
Congo1.59
Uganda1.37
United Republic of Tanzania1.36
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Release date

April 2019

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2017

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