O’Neill Institute  |  October 17, 2020

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The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed inequities in United States and weaknesses in the public health response at the federal, state, and local levels. While expanded utilization of telehealth services amid the COVID-19 crisis has created opportunities to overcome persistent barriers to engagement in HIV care, COVID-19 has also led to clinic closures, staffing redeployments, and funding cuts in health care and human services programs, which could undermine efforts to end the HIV epidemic. This report outlines policy recommendations for fighting COVID-19, improving equity, and sustaining momentum in responding to HIV.

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