“We are a forgotten population.”

Using social media to help marginalized groups get HIV services during COVID-19

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Fulvia Saldaña, a community outreach worker with the organization Viviendo Positivamente, talks with one of her clients whom she keeps in contact with through social media.
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Fredy, a community outreach worker with the Asociación de Hombres y Mujeres Nuevos de Panamá, or New Men and Women Association of Panama (AHMNP), communicates with his clients via social media during the pandemic.
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Clients check in to Viviendo Positivamente.
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A client waits to be seen at Viviendo Positivamente.
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Leanis Zuñiga, community outreach worker at Viviendo Positivamente gives a presentation to clients.
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A client talks with Leanis Zuñiga.
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A community outreach worker at Viviendo Positivamente demonstrates how to use a condom.
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Community outreach worker Fulvia Saldaña, left, talks with two of her clients.

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