HIV Commission: Six Months On
It has now been six months since the landmark HIV Commission report on ending new cases of HIV in England by 2030 was published with support from Terrence Higgins Trust, National AIDS Trust, and Elton John AIDS Foundation.
In this short period of time, change is starting to be felt and the public has made its voice clear that now is the time for action.
On World AIDS Day 2020, a comprehensive report on how to achieve the end of the domestic HIV epidemic – something that just a few years ago was thought to be impossible – was launched. Within hours, the UK Government endorsed many of the recommendations made and confirmed it would use the HIV Commission’s report as the foundation of a new HIV Action Plan to be published in 2021.
Since December the dial has slowly started to turn on HIV with a number of successes that if brought together, could set us in the right direction of travel to meet the 2030 goal.
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