This Week in MMWR - Vol. 71, May 20, 2022

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May 20, 2022

The figure is a photo of a bandage on a person’s arm with text about the latest COVID-19 reports from MMWR.

Check out the latest COVID-19 reports here.


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Surveillance for Violent Deaths — National Violent Death Reporting System, 42 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, 2019

This report summarizes information from the National Violent Death Reporting System on violent deaths that occurred in the United States in 2019.


Factors Associated with Use of HIV Prevention and Health Care Among Transgender Women — Seven Urban Areas, 2019–2020

During 2019–2020, 38% of transgender women surveyed in seven major U.S. cities reported receiving a previous positive HIV test result. Low income, experiencing homelessness, and severe food insecurity were common and associated with lower likelihood of receipt of HIV prevention and health care.

The figure is a graphic that explains how economic barriers limit access to HIV care among transgender women and how gender-affirming healthcare is associated with increased access to HIV care among the same group.



The figure is a bar chart indicating the percentage of adults aged ≥18 years who felt that crime makes it unsafe to walk, by sex and age group, according to the National Health Interview Survey in 2020.

PDF of the Surveillance Summaries (link) and the Weekly Issue (link).


The figure is a photo of a health care provider consulting a patient with text about a free CE activity on U.S. trends in breast cancer incidence by race, ethnicity, and age, 1999–2018.

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MMWR Weekly COVID-19 Briefing Podcast: Week of April 18

The latest MMWR Weekly COVID-19 Briefing is live. This episode covers four reports, including reports highlighting hospitalizations of children ages 5–11 with COVID-19, vaccination coverage among children in kindergarten and more. Listen and subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play.

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