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Free HIV testing in Chicago, south suburbs Monday

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Free HIV tests will be available in the Chicago area on Monday in connection with World AIDS Day.

Since HIV/AIDS was detected in the United States in 1981, 75 million people have become infected.

Walgreens is offering free HIV tests at the following locations:

  • 1554 E. 55th, Chicago
  • 3405 S. King Dr., Chicago
  • 5222 W. Madison, Chicago
  • 5874 S. Archer, Chicago
  • 3401 W. Roosevelt, Chicago
  • 11 E. 75th, Chicago
  • 5625 N. Ridge, Chicago
  • 8628 S. Cottage Grove, Chicago
  • 2924 E. 92nd, Chicago
  • 5435 S. Kedzie, Chicago
  • 522 Torrance, Calumet City
  • 3220 W. 111th, Chicago
  • 12854 S. Ashland, Calumet Park
  • 5640 Lincoln Hwy., Matteson
  • 7901 S. Western, Chicago
  • 1627 N. Pulaski, Chicago
  • 5440 N. Clark, Chicago
  • 953 W. Irving Park, Chicago
  • 1601 N. Milwaukee, Chicago
  • 151 N. State, Chicago

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