Free walk-in HIV testing available next week at Kent Co. Health Dept.

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Free HIV testing is available again at the Kent County Health Department next week.

Starting Monday, November 28 and running all week, anyone can walk in to the Kent County Health Department at 700 Fuller NE and get tested for free.  The service is usually free, but normally only available by appointment.  No appointment is necessary through December 2nd.

The offer coincides with World AIDS Day, which is December 1st.

The test will be conducted by certified HIV counselors and only requires a drop of blood.  Results are available in about 20 minutes.



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1 Comment

  • Jay

    HIV testing is a fraud look it up it is one of the most unreliable tests used in today’s medical field you can literally test positive for HIV over here fly over to Europe have the same HIV test done and test negative THIS IS VERY REAL there have been tons of wrongly diagnosed HIV patients that had started using medication to later on find they didn’t have it to begin with. Also HIV can’t live in your body solely by changing your diet FACT

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