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This year — leading up to and beyond World AIDS Day on 1 December — we're continuing our work towards zero discrimination against people living with HIV.
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  • There’s currently 3400 people living with HIV in New Zealand.
  • You can’t catch HIV from day-to-day contact with other people, including sharing a cup of coffee
  • Ignorance and stigmatising attitudes add to isolation, fear and misinformation about HIV
  • Unprotected sex accounts for the vast majority of HIV infections in New Zealand
  • HIV is still a real health and social justice issue. In 2016, 243 people were diagnosed with HIV in New Zealand