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Table 3 Knowledge of respondents on transmission of HIV

From: Facility and home based HIV Counseling and Testing: a comparative analysis of uptake of services by rural communities in southwestern Uganda

Item Percent answering correctly
Working near someone with the AIDS virus 92.7
Eating food cooked by someone who has the AIDS virus 90.4
Sharing plates, forks, or glasses with someone who has the AIDS virus 76.5
Using public toilets 83.1
Injecting drugs with syringes or needles used by someone who has the AIDS virus 93.6
An infant from his/her mother who has the AIDS virus 83.7
Being coughed or sneezed on by someone who has the AIDS virus 78.4
Having sexual intercourse without a condom with someone who has the AIDS 92.8
A baby breast-fed by his/her mother who has the AIDS virus 87.9
Attending school with a child who has the AIDS virus 91.0
Bites by mosquitoes or other insects who have bitten a person who has the AIDS virus 52.5
Sharing a bed with someone who has the AIDS virus 91.6