New HIV Cases Drop Below 200, SF May Become First City to Get to Zero
by Armand Domalewski
Sep 11, 2019

The San Francisco Department of Public Health released some good news on Tuesday, announcing that new HIV diagnoses have fallen below 200 a year for the first time. This puts San Francisco on track to achieve its goal of becoming the first city in the United States to get to zero new infections.

New SF HIV cases fall below 200
The Bay Area Reporter