It’s hard to imagine, in this day and age, that the government of a major country would uphold a law that makes millions of lives a complete misery - even more that the country is a superpower.
If you want to travel abroad, and you’re HIV , you’ve got serious problems. There are ten countries around the world that will send you back home as soon as you’ve touched down. And another seventy-four countries will put you through a rigorous series of tests, just to stay for a few days. As if living with HIV wasn’t hard enough.
On the eve of the United States lifting their 25 year old HIV travel ban, Ctrl.Alt.Shift calls for remaining countries to repeal their own travel restrictions for people living with HIV – South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Russia in particular.
Join their fight in reversing this stupid law at www.ctrlaltshift.co.uk