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DAY OF AWARENESS

Many places around the world were wrapped in red Tuesday to commemorate World AIDS Day, which has been observed since 1988. Globally, 34 million people are infected with HIV, according to the National AIDS Trust. In the Tampa Bay area, health workers offered free testing. Officials say Florida has surpassed New York in the number of new HIV infections. More photos are on our All Eyes blog at tbtim.es/aidsgallery.

DAY OF AWARENESS 12/01/15 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 1, 2015 10:03pm]
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