Pasay city government has confirmed that the number of HIV/AIDS cases in their city has climbed up.
Engr. Albert Paredes, chief of staff of the office of the mayor said that 30 people tested HIV positive from January to April, 29 of which are female.
Because of the strict confidentiality of the test, Paredes did not get into the background of the involved in the HIV tests.
Regarding the clubs in Roxas blvd., Pasay, Paredes mentioned that workers there should undergo a compulsory testing.
He also assured that the city government will continue its aggressive awareness campaign that led to the testing of a lot of citizens. (Reggie Espiritu)