The Frederick County Health Department will offer free and secret HIV tests in association with the Seton Center on Friday in recognition of National Faith and HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, as indicated by a news discharge from the office.
Khadijah Abdullah, the organizer of Reaching All HIV+ Muslims in America — or RAHMA, which additionally implies kindness in Arabic — began the appreciation day in 2017 to join individuals of various convictions around scattering the shame that encompasses HIV and AIDS in their gatherings.
In 2019, 931 individuals in Maryland were determined to have HIV, remembering 13 individuals for Frederick County, as per the delivery.
From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, the Seton Center Outreach and Family Store in Emmitsburg will offer Hepatitis C and syphilis testing, glut reaction preparing, hurt decrease, COVID-19 antibodies and testing, food appropriation and classified HIV screenings. For more data, visit health.frederickcountymd.gov or call 301-600-1733.
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