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COVID-19 and HIV Resources

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Updated June 22, 2020

This page provides a wide range of resources surrounding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Check back often as it will be updated regularly.

Please contact Dini Harsono (dini.harsono@yale.edu) for questions and comments.

Research Funding

Call for Papers

Research Tools and Guidance

Research Articles (CIRA affiliates in italics)

Databases of COVID-19 Research Articles

COVID-19 and HIV Resources

  • CDC: resources for people at risk for or with HIV, clinicians, and public health partners.
  • The Office of HIV/AIDS Network Coordination (HANC): resources and information on the COVID-19 pandemic with a focus on the intersection with the HIV pandemic.
  • UNAIDS: resources published by UNAIDS (brochure, infographic, report).
  • International AIDS Society (IAS): Q&A, stories from the frontline, and webinar series.
  • Association of Nurses in AIDS Care’s COVID-19 page: archived weekly updates and COVID-19 and HIV webinars.
  • New England AIDS Education and Training Center: resources for people with HIV and providers, and links to New England COVID-19 state government pages and national and international agencies and organizations.
  • Fenway Health: a policy brief published in March 2020 that outlines the ways in which people living with HIV and LGBTQIA+ people are likely to be affected by COVID-19 and the factors that may put them at elevated risk for infection.
  • Connecticut HIV Planning Consortium (CHPC) June 2020 newsletter: this special edition newsletter, published in English and Spanish, is devoted to sharing resources, information, and perspectives related to HIV care and prevention and COVID-19.
  • National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO): COVID-19 updates and information collated part of The Essential Elements of Local Public Health with some topics related to HIV.
  • Mental Health Technology Transfer Center: COVID-19 and mental health resources for diverse populations and providers who support them.
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): training and technical assistance (TTA) on matters related to the mental and substance use disorder field and COVID-19 (updated weekly).
  • FHI 360: this document outlines strategic considerations to support key populations (KP)-focused HIV programs to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. Developed for KP-focused HIV programs implemented or supported by FHI 360 in the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa, it may be used and adapted more broadly.
  • COVID-19 and People Living with HIV – FAQ: this document was developed and regularly updated by a group of organizations that came together to develop a COVID-19 resource for people living with HIV based on the best information available.

COVID-19 Regional and National Data

Yale Resources