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World AIDS Day is celebrated on
a) 1 December
b) 29 December
c) 3 October
d) 22 March

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Hint: AIDS has acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. It is caused due to infection transmitted by an infectious person in the form of blood, semen, or vaginal fluid. It is a sexually transmitted disease. It is celebrated on the first day of the last month

Complete answer:
World AIDS day is celebrated to raise awareness about the disease. It is also celebrated to show support to the people suffering from this disease. It is celebrated on 1 December. We need to spread awareness among youth and people about this disease.

Additional information:
- 29 December is celebrated as an international day for biological diversity. It is celebrated in order to raise awareness among individuals regarding the sufferings of biodiversity caused due to human greed. It is necessary to protect our biodiversity. We should do our part in conserving and helping to protect biodiversity from getting destroyed.
- 22 March is celebrated as a world water day. It is celebrated in order to raise awareness about depleting water resources and to advocate the sustainable management of water resources. As water resources are depleting at a faster rate so we need to take precautionary measures to save water bodies.
So the answer is ‘a) 1 December’.

Note: HIV is spread primarily by unprotected sex by the contaminated blood, semen, or vaginal discharge. It may also get transmitted from mother to child by breastfeeding or can be transmitted from the infected needles. HIV is diagnosed via laboratory testing. People who are infected by HIV develop antibodies within three to twelve weeks. There is currently no effective vaccine or treatment for HIV as of now.