WHO report spotlights low HIV, high longevity

A World Health Organisation report has highlighted the low level of HIV infection in the Czech Republic. The report says that 17 Czechs per 100,000 are infected with the virus that leads to AIDS. This compares with a European average of 336 per 100,000 and 4,735 per 100,000 in Africa. The figures also shows Czechs on average live to 77 compared with the European average of 74 and African average of 52.

Author: Chris Johnstone