In a letter sent Wednesday to officials heading federal efforts to develop a vaccine against COVID-19, leaders of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and its HIV Medicine Association have urged that participation in clinical trials of vaccine candidates be open to people living with HIV.
IDSA and HIVMA members stand up for science, public health and leaders like Anthony Fauci, M.D., FIDSA.
A series of proposed COVID-19 bills released by Senate Republicans Monday represent a step toward urgently needed relief and resources, but fall short of necessary responses.
IDSA and HIVMA wrote to Majority Leader McConnell and Minority Leader Schumer regarding ID priorities for the next COVID-19 bill. Our members who are on the frontlines of this pandemic continue to report a lack of essential equipment, supplies, tests and treatment, workforce shortages and insufficient local resources to confront this extraordinary public health crisis. If we are to get control of the COVID-19 pandemic,
More than 100 public health, science, research and medical organizations are urging the White House to reverse a new policy that would divert COVID-19 patient data collection from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The House Labor, Health and Human Services bill passed by the full Appropriations Committee on July 13, and the State and Foreign Operations Appropriations bills passed by the full committee on July 9, provide critical resources to confront and curtail the COVID-19 pandemic’s impacts at home and abroad.