National Emergency Response Council on HIV/AIDS

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CAMPAIGN LAUNCH ON ADOLESCENT ABOUT HIV DURING COVID-19

26 August 2020

Research shows that young people between the ages 15-24 are most affected by HIV / AIDS and a sizable number of them are girls reported to be falling pregnant which is a sign that they do not use protection. It is also imperative that our youth be consistently encouraged to use protective measures to prevent HIV infections. Prevention remains the Cornerstone of ending AIDS. We will not be able to treat ourselves out of the pandemic, only adopting appropriate behavior reduces the need for treatment.

OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR MAINTAINING ESSENTIAL SERVICES AND PROVIDING CARE AND TREATMENT FOR PLHIV DURING THE COVID-19

11 August 2020

In the context of COVID-19, HIV facility visits should be limited to those deemed medically essential, to reduce the risk and burden to recipients of care and health care providers. Some facilities may consider providing services for PLHIV and other chronic illnesses in the community to reduce risk of COVID-19 exposure and infection in health facilities, either using community health workers to deliver care or in makeshift clinics in the community.

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