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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, caused by a new strain of coronavirus, has resulted in extraordinary measures around the world to contain, slow the pace, or reduce the impact of the virus.

There is a lot of misinformation circulating about what the COVID-19 virus is, how it’s transmitted, how to prevent it and how to treat it. This section contains information on sex and COVID-19 and what the virus means for people living with HIV. It also talks you through some common myths and facts.

To access the most up-to-date COVID-19 information and advice visit the World Health Organization’s Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pages.

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What does the COVID-19 mean for people living with HIV? Information on how coronavirus is passed on and how to protect yourself.
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Take our quiz to see if you have got all the right information about COVID-19 and how to look after your health.
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COVID-19 is not a sexually transmitted infection, however, it can be passed on through kissing and close contact, including having sex.
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Putting the record straight on common COVID-19 myths and misinformation.
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Get all our COVID-19 infographics in one place, making it easier for you to share the correct information with your online community.
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Our Boost app has new information and resources on COVID-19 specially designed for community health workers and their clients.
Last updated:
13 January 2022