Rivers State government create 87 HIV service centers

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As the 2019 World HIV and AIDS day takes centre stage, the Rivers State Government says it is committed to improving the health of people living with the virus.

The Permanent Secretary in the state's Ministry of Health, CAROLINE WELI who gave the assurance said the government has created significant access to HIV services and nearly eighty-seven comprehensive sites across the state.

The Permanent Secretary however expressed concern over the refusal of some persons  to find out their HIV status.

Our correspondent ELFREDAH ALERECHI reports that this year's theme is “Ending the HIV and AIDS Epidemic, Community by Community.

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