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A CIRCUS acrobat accused of knowingly spreading HIV by having unprotected sex may have had hundreds of sexual partners, police say.
The case has sparked a national health alert, with authorities urging anyone who had unprotected sex with 32-year-old Godfrey Zaburoni to contact them and undergo an HIV test.
Queensland Health yesterday said Zaburoni had provided the names of 12 women with whom he'd had unprotected sex in Queensland, NSW and Victoria.
But it warned there may be other cases, including elsewhere in Australia.
Queensland police have set up a task force to track down at-risk women.
To date, Zaburoni is facing only two charges, both relating to the infection of a Gold Coast woman.
He faced Southport Magistrates Court today on one charge of causing grievous bodily harm and one charge of intending to cause grievous bodily harm. He was remanded in custody until June 9.