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06 April 2020

How can I prevent COVID-19?

The best way to prevent coronavirus (COVID-19) is through good respiratory hygiene. This includes regular hand washing and covering your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough. Follow your local government's advice for further precautions where necessary.

06 April 2020

What should I do if I have COVID-19 symptoms?

Most people who get coronavirus (COVID-19) recover without needing special medical care. If you think you have COVID-19, stay home and call your local health service or information line for advice.

06 April 2020

What is COVID-19 and how is it spread?

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new illness that affects the lungs and airways. It's spread in droplets from the nose and mouth when you cough or breathe out. 

06 April 2020

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

The symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) may be different for different people, but the most common symptoms are a dry cough, tiredness and a high temperature. 

06 April 2020

Preparing for COVID-19 if you're living with HIV

If you’re living with HIV and wondering how the new coronavirus may affect you, here are some tips to help you look after yourself.

19 March 2020

Tanzania: HIV prevalence by age and sex

Women are disproportionately affected by HIV in Tanzania. Gender inequality is widespread in the country, and increases many women’s vulnerability to HIV. Women also tend to become infected earlier because they have older partners and get married earlier.

19 March 2020

Eswatini: HIV testing by age and sex, 2016-2017

In recent years, the number of people testing for HIV has rapidly increased in Eswatini. However high levels of HIV-related stigma mean many people, particularly men and young people, are reluctant to know their status.

19 March 2020

South Africa: People living with HIV receiving treatment 2016-2018

South Africa’s antiretroviral treatment services have undergone dramatic expansion since the country implemented ‘test and treat’ in 2016. As a result, South Africa now has the largest antiretroviral treatment programme in the world.

05 March 2020

Global: no. of people living with HIV by region

The vast majority of people living with HIV are located in low- and middle- income countries, with an estimated 68% living in sub-Saharan Africa. Among this group 20.6 million are living in East and Southern Africa which saw 800,000 new HIV infections in 2018.

05 March 2020

Global: new HIV infections since 2010 (2018)

The number of new HIV infections among the general population has declined each year since 2010.