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In England, the Department of Health has confirmed its intention to meet by 2030 the zero-30 target: zero new HIV infection, zero HIV-related death and zero HIV-related stigma. The Department of Health has backed the HIV Commission’s recommendations, published in a report on World AIDS Day, to make this a reality.1
The three overarching recommendations of the HIV Commission are:
Jointly, the Department of Health and Social Care and the Cabinet Office should report to parliament on an annual basis the progress towards ending new HIV transmissions by 2030 with a reduction of 80% by 2025.
National government must drive and be accountable for reaching the zero-30 target through publishing a comprehensive national HIV Action Plan in 2021.
HIV testing must become a routine opt-out, not opt-in, across the National Health Service in any healthcare setting.
The HIV Commission’s report highlights that the key to ending HIV transmission lies in tackling HIV-related stigma and health inequalities. …
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