South Africa: Are Those Living With HIV More Vulnerable to COVID-19? 'We Don't Know', Says WHO
[News24Wire] The World Health Organisation (WHO) in Africa says it does not know whether persons living with HIV are at higher risk of being more vulnerable to Covid-19.
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Vice President Mr Slumber Tsogwane has expressed government's gratitude to donors who continue to donate to the COVID 19 relief fund.
[New Times] The coronavirus pandemic has struck one of its most pernicious blows to the global health sector with unimaginable consequences.
[FrontPageAfrica] Gardnerville -A former secretary general of the University of Liberia's Student Unification Party has identified with several less-fortunate and vulnerable residents of his former community amid the economic challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic in the Country.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] HIV-positive women in Uganda fear for their health as food shortages leave them unable to take medication
[Nation] Widowed and with four children, Ms Florence Atieno has been living positively with HIV for 10 years now.
[New Zimbabwe] The National Aids Council (NAC) has intensified distribution of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) to clients to avoid unnecessary deaths during the Covid-19 period.
[Monitor] If lockdowns and stay-at-home orders are succeeding in slowing the spread of the coronavirus, health experts warn that the measures could unintentionally undermine efforts to contain another potentially deadly disease: HIV.
[MSF] As the number of people with COVID-19 grows daily, Eswatini is now battling yet another health crisis on top of existing epidemics of HIV and tuberculosis (TB)
[MSF] eSwatini has the highest percentage of people living with HIV in the world. Almost one-thirds of adults are HIV-positive. The country is also severely affected by a tuberculosis (TB) epidemic and around 70 percent of all TB patients are co-infected with HIV. 
[New Times] The government is working on a plan that will see laboratories that are normally used to test for HIV used to test COVID-19 patients, the Director-General of Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) Dr Sabin Nsanzimana.