This week Tesco provided TVPS with private rooms where customers will be able to take a fast HIV test or discuss any sexual health concern the may have. This is pretty awesome and it shows practical methods able to have impact on the infection rates effectively: we all know that infection by HIV often happens when the seropositive individual isn't aware of his/her status.
TVPS chief executive Sarah Macadam said: ‘Testing in supermarkets has only ever been offered as a one-off event and not on a regular basis. [...] We want to normalise HIV testing and the best way to do that is in everyday environments (therefore) we would like to branch out into leisure centres, gyms and other shops."
Good luck with your project guys, I really hope to see HIV-testing centres soon popping up in the most unexpected places. Where you wouldn't imagine people would get tested often is the best place to offer tests: churches and supermarkets were already taken, what's next? What do you think?