Today, December 1 is World AIDS Day. Actress Rituparna Sengupta gave a message of awareness to free the world from AIDS. The actress wrote in her Twitter handle that she will have to struggle to build a world free of AIDS for future generations.
On World AIDS Day, let us strive to make the future generations AIDS-free.#StayAware #StaySafe #WorldAidsDay2020 pic.twitter.com/mEZV34uAsB
— Rituparna Sengupta (@RituparnaSpeaks) December 1, 2020
Why World AIDS Day? Every year on December 1, the World Health Organization celebrates AIDS Day. Whose main purpose is to spread awareness around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) says that in order to prevent HIV in 19 cases, it is important to focus on testing and treatment.
Especially in countries where the health system is underdeveloped, more importance needs to be given. According to the World Health Organization, the importance of HIV has diminished in Covid 19 cases. But in the interest of society, in the interest of health, we have to fight against HIV.
The theme for World AIDS Day this year is World Solidarity and Resilience. The World Health Organization has designated World AIDS Day as a global public health campaign. According to the United Nations, 12.6 million people do not have access to HIV treatment.
According to the World Health Organization, by 2019, 38 million people have HIV. Hu said there would be 26 million antiretroviral therapies by June 2020. This therapy is used by 85% of women during pregnancy and later. Antonio Guterres, the head of the United Nations, said health was a fundamental right. The world must remain united and share responsibilities in the fight against COVID-19 and AIDS.