On #ValentinesDay🌹, love responsibly & know your #HIV status! Impress your date & protect their health & yours by getting tested ♥️💙💚.⠀ ⠀ Since 2016, WHO has recommended that HIV self-testing be offered as an additional approach to traditional HIV testing. This has become even more important amidst the #COVID19 pandemic. In #Bulgaria🇧🇬, thanks to a pilot project of singlestepbg Foundation with support from WHO, 900 free HIV self-testing kits were sent to 120 locations across the country last year.⠀ ⠀ Photos by © WHO / Nikolay Doychinov
Let’s clear the air — intimacy isn’t synonymous with sex. 😯 It’s a bond we cultivate over time as we connect with people in all of our relationships, not just romantic ones. If you're feeling the sting of being away from loved ones during this time, know that there are still ways to foster intimacy from afar. ❤️ Learn more about growing intimacy at our link in bio. #healthline
1 in 3 American adults has #prediabetes – but most don’t know it. Could you be one of them? Take the 1-minute risk test at https://t.co/NcbKnxuBjF to find out and learn how prediabetes can be reversed. https://t.co/MfWlU6dLpb
"Shout out to all the medical professionals out there! This work is dedicated to all your efforts. 🥊💙" Artist Austin Zucchini-Fowler says his friends and family in the medical field inspired him to paint this vibrant mural of a health care worker. https://t.co/jbh7okBxPU https://t.co/vPbFwF834G
WHO staff are already on the ground, supporting the Government of #Guinea in: -disease surveillance activities -ramping up infection prevention and control in health facilities -reaching out to communities as they have key role in the response -#Ebola vaccine procurement
WHO is working with health authorities in neighbouring countries to strengthen #Ebola preparedness, such as disease surveillance in the border districts as well as strengthening their capacity to test for Ebola and conduct surveillance in health facilities.