Media Outlets Continue To Cover World AIDS Day, Including Progress On, Challenges To Ending AIDS

U.N. News Centre: World AIDS Day: U.N. calls for renewed commitment to make epidemic ‘a thing of the past’
“The world will not achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) — which include the target of ending AIDS by 2030 — without people attaining their right to health, the United Nations said Friday, marking World AIDS Day with a strong appeal for the full realization of this fundamental right by everyone, everywhere…” (12/1).

VOA News: Report: More Men Than Women Die from AIDS
“A new report issued on World AIDS Day finds more men than women are dying from AIDS because fewer men get tested for the fatal disease or have access to treatment…” (Schlein, 12/1).

Xinhua News: Spotlight: U.N. goal of wiping out AIDS by 2030 appears within reach
“…UNAIDS data show substantial progress has been made toward reaching the ’90-90-90’ target designed to help wipe out AIDS by 2030. The goal calls for 90 percent of people living with HIV to know their HIV status by 2020; 90 percent of those diagnosed to receive sustained ART; and 90 percent of individuals on ART to achieve viral suppression…” (Wang, 12/2).

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