HIV cells


Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that attacks the immune system. Without treatment, HIV causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). HIV is transmitted sexually, by blood-to-blood contact including through injecting drug use, and from mother to child.


You can explore the latest HIV data from Australia in the interactive graphs below.

These tables are interactive, allowing you to filter and present the data in detail.

  • Sort the data via the categories listed to the left of the graph. To filter the data by category, select and fill the box next to the category you wish to view.
  • For more detail within each category, click on the small arrow to the left of the box, to reveal a drop-down of specific indicators.
  • Hover the mouse along the table above the Year, to reveal a breakdown of the data for that year, per your selection.
  • You can select the visualisation by clicking on the number between the arrows in the grey “Microsoft Power BI” bar, which is located below the graphs and table.
  • These charts are best viewed in full screen mode by clicking the outward facing arrows to the bottom-right of the charts.
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