The First Interactive National HIV Mapping Tool Is Here

Today, on National HIV Testing day, a new site has launched complete with interactive maps on a national, state, and local level.

1. In honor of National HIV Testing Day, Emory University has released new national data on the AIDSVu website:

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2. The campaign hopes to not only educate, but encourage people of all ages to “Take the Test, Take Control.”

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3. The site features the first and only interactive national HIV mapping tool available.

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4. AIDSVu’s mission? To make HIV prevalence data widely accessible and locally relevant.

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5. The interactive maps show the latest HIV-related data for 18 U.S. cities by ZIP code or census tract:

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6. So you can easily compare data between two cities:

San Francisco


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7. You can compare other factors, such as poverty level or availability of health insurance:

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9. Statistics are also available on other sexually transmitted diseases by state:

Data for the state of New York:

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Data for the state of California:

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11. To encourage everyone to go and get tested, the site allows you to find HIV testing and treatment centers near you:

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12. Because HIV is not only a national issue, but a local one.

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13. Learn more:

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Sarah Karlan is the Deputy LGBT Editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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