Canada’s Supreme Court has said people with a low HIV viral load and who use condoms need not reveal their condition to a sexual partner.
The justices ruled unanimously that disclosure was required only when transmission was a realistic possibility.
Several HIV/AIDS groups said condom use was enough, describing the viral load caveat as a major step backwards.
The ruling modified a 1998 law that said failure to reveal HIV status was a form of aggravated sexual assault.
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