Govt-Aided alertness campaign in Punjab says AIDS spreads through handshake

Based on a report in The Asian Age, the Punjab State Aids Control Society (PSACS) has published a pamphlet, aimed to provide awareness on AIDS, but with information, that can only be called wholly erroneous.

According to the report issued in India today, the details of the pamphlet, which is written in Punjabi, states that AIDS can be spread by shaking hands with an infected person or even by using utensils used by an AIDS infected person.

Furthermore, PSACS, through the pamphlet, said that sharing things such as mobile phones, computers used by an infected person and using toilets used by an infected person can infect a person with AIDS.

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