Number of HIV Infections in Slovenia Increasing as People Do Not Get Tested
Ljubljana, 1 December - Slovenia remains a country with a low share of the population infected with HIV, but the number of people affected has been rising since 2003, mostly because too few get tested. The problem has been highlighted at a number of events held around the country to mark World AIDS day, 1 December.
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