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Travel restrictions still an issue

Positive Living article • Adrian Ogier • 29 August 2013

At least 44 countries still have some form of entry, stay, work or residence Restrictions for people with HIV, according to data presented at a session on HIV-related travel restrictions at the International AIDS Society conference (IAS) 2013 held in Kuala Lumpur in July. read more »

The positive traveller

Positive Living article • David Menadue • 8 March 2013

With a little pre-planning and a dash of adventurous spirit, travel can do wonders for your health and wellbeing. But there are pitfalls to avoid, writes David Menadue. read more »

Fit to travel

Positive Living article • Dr Louise Owen • 7 March 2013

Doctor Louise answers readers questions. This time she talks about staying well while travelling overseas. read more »

If you are thinking about visiting Australia

Can I come to Australia if I am HIV-positive? What steps do I need to take to stay on my HIV treatments and access medical treatment in Australia if I need it? read more »

US travel ban finally lifted

Positive Living article • Adrian Ogier • 26 November 2009

Public health and community leaders have hailed President Obama for finally bringing to an end the two­decade ban on people with HIV from entering the United States.

The process to end the travel ban was started last year by Congress and the Bush administration. The current President completed the process by publishing the final rules to eliminate the ban on 30 October. read more »

Spreading the word

Positive Living article • Adrian Ogier • 13 March 2009

HIV prevention campaigns target gay men in serodiscordant relationships and young heterosexual travellers. read more »

US allows HIV-positive travellers

Positive Living article • David Menadue • 25 November 2008

People with HIV wishing to travel to the US for up to 30 days are now permitted to do so providing they apply for a visa from their local US consulate. read more »

US HIV travel ban to be lifted – but not yet

Positive Living article • David Menadue • 24 September 2008
travelling with HIV

The long-standing ban on HIV-positive travellers entering the United States is expected to be lifted soon. read more »

Restrictions on HIV-positive guest workers ‘unjustified, discriminatory, racist’: NAPWHA

Media release • 2 September 2008

The proposed Pacific Island guest worker visa program should be open to all people regardless of HIV status, the National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAPWHA) has said. read more »

UN boss: stop travel restrictions for HIV+ travellers

Positive Living article • David Menadue • 21 July 2008

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has called for an end to all discrimination against people with HIV, including restrictions on travel for HIV-positive travellers into some countries. read more »

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