Each year, on June 27, we observe National HIV Testing Day (NHTD). On this day, we unite with partners, health departments, and other organizations to raise awareness about the importance of HIV testing and early diagnosis of HIV.

Get Involved

The 2020 NHTD theme is about the power of “Knowing”— knowing your HIV status, knowing your risk, knowing your prevention options, and knowing your treatment options. This theme highlights the many ways to stay in-the-know about HIV testing and expands beyond testing to include broader awareness of the many options related to HIV prevention, testing, and treatment. This year also focuses on self-testing as an option when facility-based services and in-person patient-clinician contact is limited.

Partners and organizations can use the Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign resources to promote this theme and to promote HIV testing. The Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign includes resources and partnerships aimed at stopping HIV stigma and promoting HIV testingprevention, and treatment. This campaign is part of the national Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Initiative.  Let’s Stop HIV Together empowers communities, partners on the ground, and healthcare providers to reduce stigma among all Americans, prevent HIV among the hardest-hit populations, and help people with HIV stay healthy.

Get the Word Out

Share these posts and the accompanying images on social media. If creating your own posts, we encourage you to use #HIVTestingDay (#DíaNacionalDeLaPruebaDelVIH in Spanish) and #NHTD to get NHTD content trending. Be sure to follow us online for more resources and social media content.

Looking for more content to promote HIV testing? Visit our Let’s Stop HIV Together Social Media Toolkit for more ready-to-go social media messages to use anytime!



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