Dr Kenny Chan, special preventive programme consultant at Centre for Health Protection, plans to make HIV test kits more accessible to people. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
Dr Kenny Chan, special preventive programme consultant at Centre for Health Protection, plans to make HIV test kits more accessible to people. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
Wellness

Hong Kong health authorities aim to introduce HIV self-testing kit by end of year to make diagnosis more accessible

  • Oral fluid HIV test kit likely to be available for order on website for about HK$150
  • Government also plans to offer refund of kit value to those who report test results

Dr Kenny Chan, special preventive programme consultant at Centre for Health Protection, plans to make HIV test kits more accessible to people. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
Dr Kenny Chan, special preventive programme consultant at Centre for Health Protection, plans to make HIV test kits more accessible to people. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
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