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Too Hot for July Events Coming in August

Due to COVID-19, AIDS Free Pittsburgh (AFP) shifted its annual HIV Biomedical Awareness event, Too Hot For July, to form several virtual events, including a HIV mini-conference and a Queer State of the Union and Quarantine Ball with our partner, True T Pgh. This year, AFP is focused on the impact of HIV on the Black community in Allegheny County. During the HIV mini-conference, we will share updates on HIV data in Allegheny County, and local healthcare leaders will provide updates and information on HIV and COVID-19, HIV and HepC, HIV testing, PrEP, and treatment, and Trans youth and HIV. The mini-conference will be held on Thursday, August 6th from 10:00am – 2:30pm.

Physicians, nurses, and social workers who wish to receive continuing education credits for the first 1.5 hours of the mini-conference may register here: AFP HIV Mini-conference

You can find out more information about the HIV mini-conference and the other virtual events by visiting these Facebook event pages:

Too Hot for July: Black AF HIV Mini-Conference

Too Hot For July: Black AF Queer State of the Union with True T

Too Hot for July: Black AF A Quarantine Ball with True T
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