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|[Video] AID Atlanta asks you to 'Call Me Maybe' for National HIV Testing Day|
|by Dyana Bagby|
|June 26, 2012 16:11|
AID Atlanta staffers had some fun making a video to the summer hit "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepson while tackling a serious subject — HIV and being tested for HIV. The video also promotes the Georgia HIV/STD hotline at 1-800-551-2728.
National HIV Testing Day is Wednesday, June 27, and many locations in the city are offering free testing.
Check out the video below that includes some stark facts for Georgia, including that the state is number six in the nation for new HIV infections.
(The lyrics don't match up to the AID Atlanta staff's singing, but we don't mind. It's like watching a Japanese movie in English. Or something like that.)
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