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).
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.
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.
Stay up to date with your COVID vaccine, including boosters!
COVID vaccines are safe and effective for everyone ages 6 months and older.
Immunity wanes over time. Keep up your protection against COVID by getting boosted when eligible.
Updated (bivalent) boosters are now available for adults and children 5 and older.