You’re about to head out to the streets of Copenhagen for Spot’s daily walk and notice it’s suspiciously cloudy. So, you open the Weather app to check and see that there’s a “15% chance of rain”. That chance of rain hovering convinces you to bring your umbrella. When it comes to HIV almost 6 million people, or the equivalent of the population of Denmark, are positive for HIV but don’t know their status. In other words, they don’t know about the chance of rain in their neighborhood, so the choice on whether to bring an umbrella is not top of mind. We’ve made great progress since the HIV epidemic began in 1981. Today, there are 38.4 million people globally that have HIV. But for the 5.9 million people, or 15%, who don’t know they have HIV, it’s important that they get in-the-know to receive the resources and treatment they need to protect themselves and others.