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A letter to our membership concerning COVID-19

Dear friends,

covid-19As the U.S. faces growing numbers of coronavirus cases, I send my utmost appreciation to those of you working on the front lines to protect and care for the most vulnerable among us. NVHR will be compiling resources for organizations seeking to update their viral hepatitis prevention and management practices. If your organization has created protocols for addressing viral hepatitis in light of COVID, and you would like to share these with the rest of the community, please feel free to email them to and I will be happy to post them on our website. For those working in the harm reduction space, I direct you to a fantastic resource created by our colleagues, addressing harm reduction practices and operations amid the pandemic...

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Resources Concerning Coronavirus

COVID-19 Impact Survey Results

NVHR and other leading viral hepatitis advocacy organizations launched a survey in June to assess the impact of COVID-19 on viral hepatitis care.

The results are stark and show that public health departments and community organizations have had to limit hepatitis treatment as a result of the pandemic.

In particular, nearly two-thirds of community-based organizations providing viral hepatitis services have received inadequate or no funding to adapt services during COVID-19.

Furthermore, more than half of community-based organizations survey had to furlough or lay off staff or reduce operations due to COVID-19. The survey shows that vaccinations, testing, and treating viral hepatitis has decreased as a result of COVID-19.

While addressing the COVID-19 pandemic is of utmost importance, NVHR strongly supports actions that will ensure that the viral hepatitis public health crisis is actively addressed and urges support to combat the viral hepatitis epidemic. 



Trainings Related to Covid-19 and the Liver

Hepatitis Grand Rounds On-Demand Catalog by Date

Fact Sheets

  • NVHR-CDC Guidelines for Hepatitis Screenings
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now recommends one-time screening for hepatitis C infection in all U.S. adults and pregnant persons during each pregnancy. 

Videos on Coronavirus and the Liver