Criminalising HIV transmission contradicts public health messages which encourage people to take responsibility for their own health. It deters people from disclosing their status and from being tested and transmitted for infections. It particularly puts at risk vulnerable groups, including women who may be afriad to tell their sexual partner for fear of violence. It does nothing to help population-level health and is instead only a measure to please the most ignorant.
Stop prosecuting those who recklessly transmit HIV or other blood borne infections and STIs.