Many adults in Germany have to go to a survey to be careless with your sex life. More than one in four (26 per cent) ever had unprotected Sex with a chance acquaintance, revealed a survey given by the Association of Private health insurance (PKV) for world Aids day (Saturday).
Every third man (33 per cent) and every fifth woman (20 percent) had appropriate data, according to the Report, the Saarbrücker Zeitung first reported.
This is an alarming result, said the PKV-Chairman Uwe Laue. It shows that we must continue to educate the public a bit. Reports on newly developed drugs for HIV-Infected and Aids patients would probably have led to a kind of new negligence in dealing with the infection. Despite all the medical progress, Aids was still an incurable disease, he said.
New HIV infections nationwide are on the decline
The survey by the Insa Institute from the second half of November is based on Online information from 2062 Federal citizens from the age of 18 years. According to the survey, four out of five (79 percent) are also of the opinion that education on HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases should take place in the school.
According to a recent report presented by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), the number of new HIV infections nationwide fell slightly. It was 2017 when approximately 2,700 to approximately 2900 in the years 2014 to 2016. In the case of Heterosexual but is seen according to the RKI in the past few years, a slower increase in new infections: you lack a awareness of a risk of HIV. A total of around 86,000 people lived by the end of 2017 in the country with HIV, estimated 11.400 knew nothing of their infection.