This is the October update from Fast Track Cardiff & Vale, the HIV coalition for change.
Dear Friend and Colleague, This is the fourth quarterly news update from Fast Track Cardiff & Vale to let you know what we have been up to in our aim to eliminate new HIV diagnoses by 2030 by improving the quality and accuracy of data on HIV in Wales increasing access to and understanding of the importanceContinue reading “Fast Track Cardiff June 2021 Update – Bulletin #4”
We worked with Llamau and Oasis to ensure that people without a secure home address can receive postal tests at agencies that support them.
This is the second bulletin from Fast Track Cardiff & Vale to let you know what we have been up to in our aim to eliminate new HIV diagnoses by 2030.
Read the full statement from Vaughan Gething MS, Minister for Health and Social Service, regarding the continued availability of PrEP in Wales beyond the PrEPARED pilot.
This is the first of our online updates. In this update we will discuss all of the work we have been doing despite the lockdown and where we are heading.<
We’ve launched our consultation survey to help inform the Fast Track Cardiff & Vale action plan. Together we want to get more people testing for HIV and tackle the stigma that surrounds it still.
People in Wales will be able to carry out sexual health tests from home with an online testing service.
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