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Two HIV-positive boys have been forced to leave an orphanage in India’s Gujarat state after staff said they posed an unacceptable risk to the safety of other children, an official said on Friday.’I am sad and sorry for them. Children play, eat and fight we cannot take chances, others can get infected,’ V. Vachonidhi, secretary of an orphanage run by Arya Samaj, a Hindu reform movement, told Reuters.

People living with HIV and AIDS have rights that must be honored by society and governments. As citizens of India and the world, there are responsibilities that accompany those rights. These rights and responsibilities are rooted in a strong sense of social justice, individual and collective responsibility, and the principles of effective public health but unfortunately subtle and not so subtle discrimination , especially against those who are marginalized continues.

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