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Increase in Antiretroviral Therapy Enrollment Among Persons with HIV Infection During the Lusaka HIV Treatment Surge


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COVID-19 Outbreak Among Employees at a Meat Processing Facility — South Dakota, March–April 2020

During March16–April 25, approximately 25% of employees at a meat processing facility were diagnosed with COVID-19 with the highest attack rate occurring among employees working in close proximity on the production line. Implementing SARS-CoV-2 control measures, before or soon after introduction of the virus, might substantially reduce the risk for spread within meat processing facilities.


The figure is a line graph showing the age-adjusted death rates for males, females, and both sexes in the United States during 2009–2018. During this period, the death rate declined, from 749.6 per 100,000 in 2009 to 723.6, and was higher for males than for females.


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Listen to the new MMWR podcast series. MMWR Weekly COVID-19 Briefing is a weekly podcast to update readers on the latest scientific information from CDC’s COVID-19 response. In this week’s episode, Dr. Charlotte Kent highlights reports about how long COVID-19 symptoms last in adults who haven’t been hospitalized, efforts to keep voters safe during an election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and good news about rebounds in vaccination among children in New York City. Listen to the latest episode here.