The statement reminds PLHIV to have their supply of their necessary medical supplies on hand, ideally for 30 days or more, especially because the WHO HIV Treatment Guidelines now recommend multi-months or more of HIV medicines for most people at routine visits.
"As much as there is no conclusive evidence on the Coronavirus and HIV impact, we are concerned about those who are HIV positive on ART and those who are HIV positive but unaware of their sero status and those that are virally not suppressed”.
It will be a compelling combination of virtual sessions and community networking, including exhibitions, workshops, the global village, satellites and pre-conferences, that will reach audiences around the world.
We have not done this alone. The Kingdom has received support from our partners such as PEPFAR, Global Fund, UNAIDS and other development and bilateral partners. It is important that the AIDS response drive continues with the principle of Global Solidarity, Shared Responsibility.