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Table 4 Health care access (n = 3439)

From: Hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV prevalence and related sexual and substance use risk practices among key populations who access HIV prevention, treatment and related services in South Africa: findings from a seven-city cross-sectional survey (2017)

  SWs (n = 1528) MSM n = 746) PWUD/ID (n = 1165) Total
CT PE Mthatha DBN PMB CT JHB PTA CT DBN PTA  
N 384 248 248 399 249 250 250 246 367 398 400 3439
First health-screen that includes HIV testing 19 (5%) 2 (1%) 2 (1%) 0 1 (< 1%) 15 (6%) 2 (1%) 3 (1%) 58 (16%) 86 (22%) 184 (46%) 372 (11%)
Self-reported HIV + ve 18 (5%) 67 (27%) 109 (44%) 194 (49%) 154 (62%) 90 (36%) 110 (44%) 74 (30%) 9 (2%) 33 (8%) 9 (2%) 867 (25%)
Self-reported in care on ART, if self-reported HIV-infected 8 (44%) 54 (81%) 93 (85%) 168 (87%) 134 (87%) 87 (97%) 97 (88%) 71 (96%) 1 (11%) 12 (34%) 8 (89%) 733 (84%)
  1. CT Cape Town, DBN Durban, JHB Johannesburg, PE Port Elizabeth, PMB Pietermaritzburg, PTA Pretoria