What people living with HIV need to know about HIV and COVID-19

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COVID-19 is a serious disease and all people living with HIV should take all recommended preventive measures to minimize exposure to, and prevent infection by, the virus that causes COVID-19. As in the general population, older people living with HIV or people living with HIV with heart or lung problems may be at a higher risk of becoming infected with the virus and of suffering more serious symptoms.

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April 1, 2020
Year of publication
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Briefs, Infographics, Reports and Fact sheets
infectious disease prevention and treatment, co-infections

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