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Are Covid-19 vaccines safe for people living with HIV?

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A patient receives the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine at Northwell Health’s Long Island Jewish Valley Stream hospital in New York City in the US. Picture: Reuters
A patient receives the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine at Northwell Health’s Long Island Jewish Valley Stream hospital in New York City in the US. Picture: Reuters

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As the first Covid-19 vaccines are rolled out around the world, HIV/Aids experts and advocates have sought to reassure those living with HIV that they can safely get the coronavirus vaccination.

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