To get answers to your questions about coronavirus and how VA is responding, visit our Coronavirus FAQs page or read VA's public health response. If you have symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath, call your VA medical center before going to a clinic, urgent care center, or emergency room. Calling first helps us protect you, medical staff, and other patients. For the latest information about coronavirus, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).Chronic liver disease, including cirrhosis, may increase risk for serious illness from COVID-19, find more information. The AASLD website has additional information on liver disease and COVID-19 for providers.
HIV, Hepatitis, and Related Conditions Programs; Released March 2020
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force; Updated March 2020
New video for patients; February 2020
New video for providers; February 2020
New video for patients; January 2020
Department of Veterans Affairs National Hepatitis C Resource Center Program and the National Viral Hepatitis Program; updated August 27, 2018
Patient Handouts from Veterans Health Administration