Here is the truth about HIV prevention vaccination
In Third World Countries where blood transfusion generally does not take place, vaccinate away and stop transmission.
In Developed Countries where blood transfusion is performed, they will have to distinguish an HIV vaccinated person from a naturally occurring HIV infection in order to allow blood transfusions for elective and life saving surgery procedures or to treat trauma. Blood donors are scarce anyway and all HIV positives are excluded from donating blood. So how does a physician (vaccinologist) get people vaccinated? The HIV vaccine is administered along with a non-pathogenic marker vaccine (multivalent vaccine) that represents:
1. Some sort of exposure to something that is extremely rare and could not occur in that civilized country (lots to choose from in CDC manual);
2. And allowing people to donate blood only if they are positive to HIV AND the marker vaccination. Anyone not having the marker would be considered naturally infected with HIV and would be excluded.
Any other person positive for HIV would be excluded from blood donation. That is the only way to keep both types of medicine distinguishable.
While vaccination is a $100 billion plus business, blood transfusion is a $12 billion dollar business. Modern medicine does not want to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
All you have to do is be smarter than the virus and/or the dummy that throws caution to the winds.