London-based gay men’s health charity GMFA has begun a new campaign to raise awareness of HIV.
‘Count Me In’ asks gay men to agree with a five-point pledge about protecting their health and not assuming they know the HIV status of other men.
The charity says that if every gay man in the UK committed to the pledge, rates of HIV would fall dramatically.
Supporters of the initiative include gay author Paul Burston and a number of London’s best-known gay venues.
Around World AIDS Day on December 1st, gay venues across the capital will be helping to raise awareness of the campaign and promoting the pledge.
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