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Staying connected to care is more important than ever. Whether you're living with HIV or not, there are services available to keep you healthy and well.

In addition to in-person prevention and HIV services available in most places, many providers have expanded their tele-health and at-home services during COVID-19. Some health departments and local agencies offer FREE HIV self-tests to take at home or wherever is convenient.

FAQs: HIV and COVID-19

Get answers to frequently-asked questions about COVID-19 and HIV, including the latest information about vaccines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Getting Care

If you don’t have insurance, or are underinsured, there are options. The Ryan White program provides HIV medical care and treatment for those who need help.

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Staying Connected

Staying socially connected is important. In powerful videos, individuals living with HIV speak about facing depression, anxiety and other mental health challenges, and getting help.

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COVID Vaccines Now Available for Kids Starting at 6 Months!

The CDC has authorized COVID vaccines for infants starting at 6 months and younger children. Children 5+ and adults were already eligible for vaccination and boosters.

Staying up-to-date with your COVID vaccine is the best way to protect you and your family.

And, it’s FREE, regardless of insurance or immigration status.   

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