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The Initiative

Getting to Zero is a comprehensive initiative approved by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors that seeks to eliminate all new HIV infections in San Diego County within 10 years.

The initiative aims to increase public awareness of HIV and embolden countywide prevention efforts by setting clear goals, encouraging collaboration between local organizations and health care providers and pursuing policy changes that support HIV eradication efforts.

The Getting to Zero initiative is comprised of three primary strategies to help end the epidemic:


  • Get Tested for HIV
  • Get Treated for HIV
  • Prevent HIV
Getting to Zero Fact Sheets

Getting to Zero Fact Sheet