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World AIDS Day

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Each year on December 1, World AIDS Day is observed around the globe, serving as a memorial for those lost to HIV and as an opportunity to make people aware of enhanced HIV prevention and treatment options. This year’s World AIDS Day theme is “Putting Ourselves to the Test: Achieving Equity to End HIV,” which encourages people to unite to eliminate the barriers to HIV testing, prevention, and treatment that are holding back progress on ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Florida’s priority is to locate and rescue survivors of Hurricane Ian. Local, state, and national search and rescue teams are working quickly to get to those in need.

While many Floridians were able to evacuate safely, some decided or were forced to shelter in place.

To assist in these efforts, the public should complete the Emergency Service Request Form on behalf of themselves or with the last known location of their loved one(s).

This information will help rescue workers locate you and your loved ones as quickly as possible.

Emergency Service Request Form

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