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Chinese Authorities Launch Investigation into HIV-Infected Syringe

by Kathy Jones on August 29, 2012 at 9:27 PM
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 Chinese Authorities Launch Investigation into HIV-Infected Syringe

Police authorities in China are conducting an investigation into an incident where a man in a taxi was pricked with a syringe filled with an unidentified liquid that has been tested positive for HIV.

Police have set up a special team to investigate the case and have asked people to provide tips, reported Xinhua citing the Beijing municipal public security bureau.

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The man was pricked by the syringe after getting into a cab in the city's Haidian district Aug 21. He reported the incident to police the same day.





The municipal centre for disease control and prevention said an unidentified liquid left in the syringe has tested positive for HIV.

Source: IANS
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