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Miami-Dade 90-90-90 Targets (2017) Estimated PLHIV: 32,369

86%

N/A

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Source: HIV/AIDS Epidemiological Profile, Miami-Dade County

Miami-Dade HIV Care Continuum (2017) Diagnosed PLHIV: 27,696

86%

64%

N/A

58%

Note: Care continuum proportions are calculated out of number of PLHIV diagnosed

Source: HIV/AIDS Epidemiological Profile, Miami-Dade County

Mayor's Message
Francis X. Suarez
Mayor, City of Miami
Mayor's Message

“The health and safety of our community is my top priority as Mayor of Miami-Dade County. I look forward to working together with our local partners to end HIV/AIDS, and to build a healthier Miami-Dade County for all Miamians."

Carlos A. Giménez
Mayor, Miami-Dade County, Florida

Community Leadership Messages

“The biggest misconception is that you are going to die! That your life is over and no one will ever love you with this condition! This is far from the truth. You can live a full life with HIV/AIDS. I may be living with AIDS, but first I am a woman. Just follow your treatment plan and do not let a virus define you”

Maria Mejia
Activist and woman living with AIDS

“Miami continues to be an HIV/AIDS epicenter in the United States. We must continue to work together to defeat this epidemic, making sure we do not leave our most vulnerable populations behind.”

Dr. Allan E Rodriguez
Professor of Clinical Medicine and Fast-Track Cities KOL
Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

“The Florida Department of Health in Miami Dade looks forward to continuing to work with the Fast Track Initiative and the Mayors of Miami Dade County and the City of Miami to improve the health of our residents and end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Miami”

Dr. Lillian Rivera
Administrator
Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County

“Having been personally involved and working for an organization that has been fighting against HIV/AIDS for over 25 years, we welcome the opportunity to collaborate with communities around the world in efforts to eradicate the virus in our lifetime.”

Daniel T. Wall
Assistant Director, Office of Management and Budget and Project Director, Ryan White Part A Program

“ For the good of a city, where more than one out of every 100 people has HIV, where we have an explosive drug epidemic, let's hope 2016 is the year the Legislature helps us do what's best for Miami."

Dr Hansel Tookes
Physician
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami

“Miami continues to be significantly impacted by HIV: however, I am confident that new initiatives such as the Florida’s Plan to Eliminate HIV Transmission and Reduce HIV related deaths, the Mayor’s G2Z Task Force and the inclusion in the Fast Track Cities will create the momentum that is needed to put an end to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in our county”

Kira A. Villamizar
Director STD/HIV Prevention Program
Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County

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