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COVID-19 is making a two pronged attack against the management of people living with HIV, causing harm at both individual and national levels. People living with HIV may show rapid deterioration in severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infections as a result of physiological or psychological vulnerability. Additionally, the spread of COVID-19, especially in low- and middle-income countries, may limit HIV control measures, delivery and linkage to HIV care and prevention. This study proposes that attention be given to pregnant women and the LGBTQI+ community given that they have higher susceptibility to poor outcomes. It also recommends increased engagement of both governmental and non-governmental organizations for better results. It is a useful study for program implementers. Click here to read the study.