HIV and AIDS statistics
During the 21st century, there have been less than 200 new HIV diagnoses annually in Finland. The amount of new infections has been slowly increasing during the past decade. The amount of AIDS deaths has stayed at an annual level of 15–30, year 2015 was the first year with no AIDS deaths in Finland. During 1980–2016, around 3,700 people have been diagnosed with HIV and circa 450 people have died of AIDS. In addition, it is estimated that there are around 500 people who carry the virus but are unaware of their infection. Most HIV infections are diagnosed in 30–34-year-olds, although most of HIV cases in Finland are discovered only in the AIDS stage. The total estimate of HIV infections around the world is over 35 million.
Finnish HIV and AIDS statistics
The National Institute for Welfare and Health maintains statistical information on the occurrence of HIV and AIDS in Finland.
Global HIV and AIDS statistics
UNAIDS (Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS)
WHO (World Health Organization)