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Unlike other countries in Europe, Belgium offers HIV testing by all practitioners, clinics, hospitals, and student services. Not taking into account the people who are not aware of their infection, there is an estimated 20,000 people who are infected. Since 1994 the Czech Republic had made 26,1 million HIV tests.
In the Czech Republic on 31 December 2016 diagnosed 2,906 HIV-positive people (Czech citizens 2245 and residents 661), overall 3,326 people including foreigners (420 people, it is 12,6 %). Examinations at his own request counts 376,886 people.
Within those who acquired testing, 48% were men who were in sexual contact with another man.
Belgium had a total of 24,506 HIV cases by the end of 2011. For the year of 2011 alone, there were 1,177 new HIV cases, 54 new AIDS cases, and 30 HIV-related deaths found.
Third, 1.3% of HIV cases were transmitted through injected drug use.
And 1.0% of HIV cases were transmitted from mother to child.
In 2017 there is a decrease in newly diagnosed persons.
For the first 9 months of 2017 (30 September 2017), there was a decrease of 50 people (citizens and residents) compared to 2016.
Although the numbers are relatively small when compared to the number of people living with HIV in areas such as Southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, HIV/AIDS in Western and Central Europe is still considered a major public health issue.
At the end of 2007, it was estimated that around 800,000 people were living with HIV in Western and Central Europe.
This represents 8.1% increase over the estimated 740,000 in 2006.
In 2016, there were 9,492 HIV cases in Estonia, the highest number in the Baltic countries.
The number of new infections topped in 2001 at 1,474 cases and has been slowly falling every year since then (except 20), with 229 new cases in 2016, the lowest number since 1988. By the end of 2012 a total of 300 patients had been diagnosed with HIV-1 infection in the country, of which 66 had developed AIDS and 39 passed away as a result of the disease.