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Australian dating website RSVP claims that adults aged 50-plus make up 22% of its membership and the oldest registered member is 91 years old.However, Mater Dei Hospital’s infection specialist Charles Mallia Azzopardi is keen to stress that although the majority of infected patients in Malta are gay men, mainly aged between 30 and 50, HIV “is not a problem of gays but of unprotected sex”.Against this backdrop, World AIDS Day, marked globally on December 1, came and went without much fanfare or prominent public campaigns.Those who had met their partners through dating websites went online because they felt there were very limited places and opportunities to meet like-minded others and because they no longer took part in the pub and club scene.The Police Force in Malta operate an online system through which a person may lodge a report that is not considered to be of an urgent nature (in that the value of items stolen or damaged does not exceed €233, and that no person has sustained serious injuries).