World AIDS Day - level 2, A11

World AIDS Day - level 2, A11

01-12-2011 23:00

Today is World AIDS Day. On this day people try to give a lot of information about AIDS. They tell other people what to do if you don’t want to get AIDS. If you keep some rules, you will never get AIDS. Safe sex is the most important of these rules but not everybody keeps this rule.

There are about 30 million people in the world with AIDS. About 2 million people die every year because they have AIDS. 75% of those people live in Africa and 15% of those people are children.

People can buy drugs but they are expensive and not everybody has money for them. So the best thing is to keep the rules and tell many people about these rules.

Written by David for News in Levels

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