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HIV rate reduces in Upper East Region

Dr Kofi Issah Health HIV Report Dr Kofi Issah, the Upper East Regional Director of the Ghana Health Services (GHS), has said the region has recorded a constant decline in the Human Immune Virus (HIV) infections. He said HIV prevalence rate for the region in the last three years has been below two percent with more than 90 per cent HIV testing among clients. This was contained in a speech read for him at this year’s World AIDS Day (WAD) commemoration held in Navrongo under the theme: “90% - 90% - 90%: providing comprehensive, integrated services for all towards an HIV-free generation.” The Regional Director » Read More

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