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San Francisco commemorates World AIDS Day 2020

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San Francisco, Dec 1 (EFE/EPA).- San Francisco on Tuesday joined the rest of the world to commemorate World AIDS Day, highlighting the importance of delivering high-quality and people-centered HIV care. Official events in the US were held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Camera: JOHN MABANGLO). SHOT LIST: FLOWERS LAY ON THE CIRCLE OF FRIENDS AT THE NATIONAL AIDS MEMORIAL GROVE IN GOLDEN GATE PARK IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, US.

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