HIV diagnosis in Australia at 20-year high

In 2013, 1235 people were diagnosed with HIV, compared to 1253 in 2012. The figures, though stable over the last two years, are the highest since the mid-90s. 

There are now an estimated 26,800 people living with HIV in Australia, of those the report suggests one in seven do not know they have the virus. A large number of people also continue to be diagnosed late.