The Academy is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 across our country, knowing that many of our members and credentialed providers are inevitably on the frontlines of combatting this pandemic while also continuing to take care of current patient loads. Without understanding the full effect COVID-19 may have on people with HIV, it is imperative to take precautions in caring for this population. To that end, we have gathered the following resources of recommendations and special considerations for care and treatment of people with HIV during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interim Guidance for COVID-19 and Persons with HIV – Updated February 26, 2021
NIH COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines – UPDATED: July 17, 2020
Academy Webinar Recording: Tele-PrEP: Preventing HIV in the COVID-19 Pandemic
HIV-Age.org Journal Articles
SPANISH LANGUAGE RESOURCES:
The Academy with ANAC co-hosted a webinar on COVID 19: A Clinical Update for HIV Providers in April 2020. Please find a full recording with corresponding slides from our presenters below. Please note that once you click the above below, the webinar should begin playing automatically on your computer within 3-5 seconds. If not, and it says that there is no content available, please scroll to the bottom of the screen and press the play button.
Corresponding slide deck presentations can be accessed here:
If you have additional recommendations, please share your thoughts within our Academy Communities. Given the unprecedented nature of this public health crisis, this should be a time of sharing of best practices in order to combat the pandemic.