World Aids Day 2019: Know from where Aids has come at first aids history origin and evolution: World AIDS Day is celebrated worldwide on 1 December. It aims to make people aware of HIV infection. Like every year, this time too, a different theme has been kept on World AIDS Day 2019, which is named Communities Make the Difference.
AIDS is a deadly disease and most people know about how it spreads, but do you know where this deadly disease first started spreading its legs. After all, in which country was the name of this deadly disease first heard and who first got AIDS. Let’s know everything about it.
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The incurable disease like AIDS was first found in an animal but not in an animal. Yes, this deadly disease was first found in chimpanzee, a species of monkey in the Congo. After this, it reached the rest of the world from here.
According to scientists, AIDS first originated in the city of Kinshasa. Which is currently the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The saddest thing about AIDS is that it was detected about 30 years after the outbreak of the disease.
What is HIV AIDS
HIV is a serious illness resulting from a fatal infection. In the medical language, which is known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), a deadly infection attacks the immune system of the person’s body. Because of which the body also becomes unable to fight common diseases.
How scientists got the clue for AIDS-
The report, published in the journal Science, states that scientists analyzed samples of the genetic code of the AIDS virus. After this, its evidence was found to be in Kinshasa.
The reason for the spread of AIDS with freshness-
The report, published in the journal Science, stated that the rapidly growing prostitution, population and the use of infected needles in drugstores may have caused the virus to spread.
How did humans reach AIDS?
According to scientists, HIV is an altered form of the chimpanzee virus, also known as simian immunodeficiency virus. Kinshasa bushmeat had a large market and it probably reached humans through exposure to infected blood. According to scientists, the virus gradually took chimpanzees, gorillas, monkeys, and then humans.
According to UNICEF report, 37.9 million people are living with HIV disease in the year 2019. In the year 2018, their number increased to 1.7 million.