Getting to Zero Illinois (GTZ-IL) has announced it updated the GTZ-IL Dashboard, a customizable data tool that measures Illinoisans’ progress of getting to zero new HIV cases in the state by 2030. The update to the dashboard includes an increase in accessibility to data and information for priority populations. New data shows that overall, HIV rates are declining; however, HIV is not declining equally amongst various populations, more specifically in the Black and Latine, gay, bisexual and MSM (Men who have Sex with Men) populations. Read the full announcement on the GTZ-IL website.
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