Even now I'm 653 housewife (IRT) has been declared HIV / AIDS positive after being regularly tested by the Bandung City AIDS Commission (KPA).
According to the director of the Bandung City KPA Secretariat, Sister Silvia Dewi, there are 5,943 people with the identity of Bandung City living with HIV / AIDS.
This number has increased by 300 cases every year, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
"Positive cases for the student group reached 6.97 percent or the equivalent of 414 cases. Meanwhile for the homemaker group it reached 11.8 percent or the equivalent of 653 cases," he wrote. Sister Silvia Dewi, Saturday 3 September 2022.
Meanwhile, based on data from KPA Bandung City, the highest transmission order came from private employees with a total of 31.01% or equivalent to 1,842 cases.
One of the highest transmission factors results from risky sexual behavior or from multiple partners.
"So, if the cause is based on the highest risk factors in Bandung city, in fact heterosexuality is 39.52% high, so transmission between women and men is like that, and it's almost 40%, so the people who contract HIV / AIDS in the city of Bandung due to heterosexual behavior, "he explained.
Furthermore, there are still many people who are unaware and are reluctant to control themselves even though they often engage in risky sexual behavior or change partners.
The reason, Silvia continued, is that most people with HIV / AIDS initially had no symptoms, especially physical ones, so there was a risk of reinfection for other people or even their partners.
"The sad thing is that HIV / AIDS, especially HIV, has no symptoms, so many people who get HIV don't know they have HIV. In the end, infected people don't realize that a housewife is infected and becomes pregnant and ends up having positive children, "she said.
The data is an accumulation of the number of HIV / AIDS cases from 1991 to 2021 in the city of Bandung. Below are data on the spread of HIV-AIDS in the city of Bandung for the period 1991 - December 2021 from 5,943 people living with HIV-AIDS with identity cards in the city of Bandung:
- Private: 31.01 percent
- Self-employed: 15.32 per cent
- Not working: 12.44 percent
- Housewife: 11.18 percent
- Others: 9.45 per cent
- Students: 6.96 percent
- Unknown: 6.49 percent
- Sex workers: 2.53 percent
- Public employees 1.99 percent
- Medical personnel: 0.56 per cent
- Prisoners: 0.50 percent
- Driver: 0.46 percent
- Indonesian National Police: 0.43 percent
- Unskilled labor: 0 per cent
Data on the spread of HIV-AIDS in the city of Bandung up to December 2021 based on the age of 5,943 people living with HIV-AIDS with identity cards in the city of Bandung:
- 0-14 years: 2.76 percent
- 15-19 years: 2.09 percent
- 20-29 years: 44.84 percent
- 30-39 years: 34.16 percent
- 40-49 years: 10.17 percent
- 50 years and over: 4.21 per cent
- Unknown: 1.78 percent