The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is spreading throughout our communities faster than anyone anticipated. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and one of the nation’s leading infectious disease experts, recently said the coronavirus outbreak in the United States “could be really, really bad.”



It’s important to communicate relevant and factual information as quickly as it can be confirmed. As we’ve been doing for more than 25 years for the HIV community, we are here to help and provide the resources you need to respond to the outbreak. Here’s a list of relevant resources, per website:

COVID Health (Helps people navigate the unknowns of a COVID-19 diagnosis and what lies beyond. The site is also designed to help people learn how to prevent transmission of the new coronavirus)

POZ (for people living with and those affected by HIV/AIDS):

Hep (for people living with and those affected by liver disease):

Cancer Health (for people living with and those affected by cancer):

Real Health (for the African-American community):

Tu Salud (for the Latino community):