On 1 December 2020, the HIV Commission published our Final Report and Recommendations, setting out 20 action points on how we can get to zero HIV transmissions by 2030.
The report was launched at an online event, featuing Elton John, Matt Hancock, Keir Starmer, Michael Gove and Baron Fowler, as well as from the HIV Commission: Deborah Gold (Chief Executive, The National AIDS Trust), Ian Green (Chief Executive, Terrence Higgins Trust), Anne Aslett (Chief Executive, The Elton John AIDS Foundation) and commissioners from the HIV Commission: Dame Alison Saunders, Dr Rob Berkeley and Mercy Shibemba. The event was hosted by the Chair of the HIV Commission, Dame Inga Beale.
The HIV Commission would like to thank everyone that participated at this event, as well as those that worked behind the scenes to make the event possible. A huge thank you to everyone that has contributed in any way towards the final report and recommedations of the commission.