Get Tested For HIV Today At ScotiaBank – In Barbados And Other Caribbean Countries

Thanks so much to our friend Keith Ripley at Temas Blog for reminding us that everyone can get free tested for HIV today at ScotiaBank branches.

In the Barbados Free Press family only Auntie Moses, Marcus and Shona don’t need testing.

Shona and I (Marcus) have both been tested many years ago and have remained faithful to each other. Auntie Moses doesn’t need testing because, well, I think that when Frank Sinatra was last visiting the island… Oh, never mind!

Cliverton… get yourself over to ScotiaBank Now! 😉

From TemasBlog…

Get Tested Caribbean!

If you happen to be in Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Maarten or Jamaica tomorrow, Friday 27 June, stop by the local branch of Scotiabank.

Why? Because Scotiabank, in cooperation with the local health authorities and members of the Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS (CBMP), is hosting private, voluntary on-site HIV testing and counseling. As I mentioned last year, 27 June is HIV Test Awareness Day. The Scotiabank/CBMP event has been fully endorsed by the Pan Caribbean Partnership against HIV and AIDS (PANCAP)…

… read the rest including testing in other countries at Temas Blog (link here)

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2 responses to “Get Tested For HIV Today At ScotiaBank – In Barbados And Other Caribbean Countries

  1. Rohan

    it’s funny that after two days no one posted on this blog. Can’t remember seeing that happen on BFP. What’s up folks?

  2. Hants

    “Jones, like several other Barbadians, including Opposition Leader Mia Mottley, took part in the regional testing drive conducted by the Ministry of Health, and the Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS.”