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If a person tests negative for HIV, is the person safe?

Not necessarily. A person can be infected with HIV and test negative for up to six months from the time of infection. This “window period” means the person should take a second test after six months to be completely sure that they don’t have HIV, particularly if the person has engaged in high-risk behaviours.

 
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