CDC Observes World AIDS Day 2022 with Significant HIV Resources

Content From: HIV.govPublished: December 01, 20221 min read



In recognition of World AIDS Day 2022, CDC released important communications to pay homage to this day of significance in the global HIV community. Here are four resources we’d like to share.

  1. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report

CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), entitled Trends in HIV services and outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic — United States, 2019–2021, highlights COVID-19 disruptions in HIV testing and prevention and the need for innovation and investment before the next public health emergency. Read the MMWR.

  1. Global Dear Colleague Letter

The letter highlights the global response to the HIV epidemic. Read the letter here.

  1. Domestic Dear Colleague Letter

The letter notes the importance of moving beyond traditional models of HIV prevention and care and embracing innovative tools. Read the letter here.

  1. HIV and Housing Brief

Ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S. requires implementing integrated solutions that address the comprehensive health, social services, and housing needs of people with HIV and people who could benefit from HIV prevention. The issue brief highlights how CDC, other federal agencies, and community partners are collaborating to equitably address housing and HIV care needs. Read the brief here.