COVID-19 has changed the landscape for reproductive and sexual health care services, delivery, and access. As has been the case across the board, the COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare racial and socioeconomic inequities, and in many cases exacerbated them. At the same time, the challenges raised by the pandemic have also suggested opportunities for improving reproductive and sexual health care in the areas of pregnancy care, abortion access, family planning, and telehealth.
This brief is part of NHeLP’s California Policy Needs During COVID and Beyond series. Additional entries include: