Britain's back door ban on HIV immigration

Brown, Phyllida
July 1991
New Scientist;7/6/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1776, p17
Reports on Great Britain's imposition of secret immigration restrictions on people with HIV while maintaining that its borders are officially open to them. Instruction for medical inspectors in ports to give immigration officials an estimate of the cost of treating any incoming foreigner who has or is suspected of having HIV or AIDS; Great Britain's boycott on the 1990 AIDS conference in San Francisco, California because of the United States policy on AIDS.


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