31 January 2013

Kenya Is Losing 62 000 People Yearly to Aids

62,000 people are dying of AIDS in Kenya every year. The Kenya AIDS epidemic update 2012 has also revealed that 104,000 people are getting infected with the disease yearly, 91,000 of these are adults while the rest are infants. AIDS control council director Alloys Orago says more needs to be done to control infections and deaths.

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