Give a helping hand to AIDS patients in society

The inequalities which perpetuate the AIDS pandemic are not inevitable but everybody can tackle them. With regard to World AIDS Day, UNAIDS is urging each the global people to solve the inequalities which are holding back progress in ending AIDS.


In fact, everybody should not discriminate against and set aside the patients of AIDS in society. In normal contact, AIDS is not infectious to one another. So, everybody should consider if people discriminate the AIDS patients in society, and how they can suffer from deep emotions.


The people need to give a helping hand to AIDS patients. On the other hand, those pa­tients which may suffer from one more disease in addition to the HIV virus should take care of their daily lifestyle not to infect their additional viruses such as tuberculosis they suf­fer from to the people from the environment. If the patients and other people from the so­ciety exercise discipline about healthy practices, both groups will stay away from infection by unacceptable diseases.


On 1 December every year, global countries mark World AIDS Day in order to consider how to provide as­sistance for the health of those patients, how to prevent the HIV virus, and how to raise public awareness for the people, especially students and youths to be able to un­derstand the disadvantages of HIV and how to tackle the AIDS and youth affairs. People around the world unite to show support for people living with and affected by HIV and to remember those who lost their lives to AIDS.


This year’s World AIDS Day is marked with the slogan: Equal­ize. Data from UNAIDS on the global HIV response reveals that during the last two years of COVID-19 and other global crises, progress against the HIV pandemic has faltered, resources have shrunk, and millions of lives are at risk as a result.


Four decades into the HIV response, inequalities still persist for the most basic services like testing, treatment, and condoms, and even more so for new technologies. Significantly, as the saying goes: Man matters most, and the global people need to make decisions to thoroughly minimize the cases of AIDS infection day by day.


Terrible pandemics emerge one after another across the world. Such pandemics could initially influence the global people but those people can control the infection of pandemics later. Hence, global people should hold up their hopes that they would conquer any pandemics in the not-far future.