HIV infection case

Two women in Iceland have already tested HIV+.

HIV infection suspect released

20 Aug 2015 A man in custody since last month on suspicion on infecting women in Iceland with HIV has been released from custody and served with a four-month travel ban.

The suspect was apparently not known to medical authorities until recently.

“Suspect knew he was HIV+”

28 Jul 2015 Police now have grounds to believe that the man currently in custody on suspicion on infecting women in Iceland with HIV did indeed know that he was HIV+.

Efforts are under way to determine the extent of the possible infection among women in Iceland.

HIV suspect unknown to health authorities

27 Jul 2015 The man currently held in custody by police on suspicion of having infected women with HIV had not duly submitted a medical certificate and was not known to medical authorities until recently.

Almost twenty women are waiting to find out whether they were infected by the HIV virus through a man who has been arrested on the suspicion of infecting them voluntarily.

Man claims not to have known he was HIV positive

24 Jul 2015 The man arrested yesterday on the suspicion of having infected numerous young women with the HIV virus claims that he did not know that he was HIV positive. The man is an asylum seeker in Iceland.

Sources of Morgunblaðið confirm that two of the women involved with the man arrested yesterday have tested positive for the HIV virus.

Two women infected with HIV

24 Jul 2015 According to Morgunblaðið sources, two women have been diagnosed with HIV and over a dozen more are awaiting results in the case where a man was arrested yesterday on the suspicion of infecting them.

The suspect was detained by police today.

Man arrested for HIV infections

23 Jul 2015 Police have arrested a man, said to be of foreign extraction, on suspicion of deliberately infecting young women with HIV.


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