NEW YORK – November 24, 2018 – (Newswire.com)
With World AIDS Day approaching, institutions and organizations take various steps to appeal the cessation of AIDS. According to UNAIDS, (http://www.unaids.org/en/resources/fact-sheet), there were 36.9 million people worldwide who lived with HIV in 2017, mostly due to unprotected sex. To fulfill the commitments made in the United Nations 2016 Declaration on the Ending AIDS Epidemic in 2030, Hzone, a dating application dedicated to helping HIV-positive people lead normal and better lives, asks its initiates to call on their users to fight unprotected sex.
What is Hzone's plan to achieve that? "We will spend $ 24.95 on their Hzone account for members who promise to fight unprotected sex. They can use the money to increase our membership, "said Justin Robert, CEO of Hzone.
According to the Hzone team, members must send photos, where they hold paper with handwritten words, "I promise, there is no unprotected sex," and their signature. Photos will be uploaded to the Hzon application for approval. After the agreement is complete, they will receive $ 24.95 in their Hzon account, which can be used for a one-month membership.
"I know stopping AIDS is a very significant project that needs more, and this activity can hardly have a big effect, but as a special dating application for HIV-positive people, I think we are obliged to do our part in this," said Dr. Justin. There are 113 HIV positive singles in Hzone. To prevent and stop the spread of AIDS, action must be taken from the original in the first place.
It seems like this activity is going very well. In the past few days, many Hzone members have participated in it and sent their photos. "We cannot expect too much from this activity. However, we hope this is a good indication and an example to remind people who do not have AIDS not to have unprotected sex, "Justin said.
Ways to stop the spread of AIDS are very practical and feasible. Stop unprotected sex is very efficient. It's as simple as possible, but we still have a long way to go. Rome was not built in one day. What is measured will be completed. Let's look forward to the day when this stubbornness is suppressed or even eliminated.
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