Today, on World AIDS Day, my message is simple: let's finish this fight. Over the years, we've worked at home and around the world to reduce HIV transmission, expand testing, pioneer treatments, and saving millions of lives. But many continue to live with HIV, including more than one million people here in the United States. And the risk -- the risk of new infections remains high, especially for historically-marginalized groups. So today, as we reflect on our progress, we also have to renew our promise to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2030. My administration's taking historic steps to achieve this goal. Last year, we launched a national HIV/AIDS strategy, to ensure treatment and prevention is available to everyone everywhere. In September, we hosted the seventh replenishment of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, pledging up to $6 billion over the next three years. And today, we're releasing the new strategy for PEPFAR, the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. Our new strategy will build on this progress as well, to prevent infections, to provide care, to end HIV-related discrimination and health disparities around the world. Look, we're within striking distance of eliminating HIV transmission, and we have -- we have the scientific understanding, we have the treatments, and most of all, we have each other. So today, let's honor the activists, the scientists, the doctors, the caregivers who never have given up against HIV/AIDS epidemic. And I want to say a special thanks to Dr. Fauci for his decades of leadership on HIV/AIDS. Now, let's recommit to finishing this fight together. Thank you.