In principle, people with chronic diseases in particular should be vaccinated against infectious diseases that put additional strain on their health. There is no reason why this should be different for vaccination against Covid-19.
In people with HIV and well-functioning HIV therapy, vaccination against Covid-19 works quite normally.
In people with HIV and well-functioning HIV therapy, vaccination against Covid-19 works normally.
In people with HIV with less than 200 helper cells/µl, however, vaccinations are less effective according to previous experience, i.e. the vaccination success is not as good for them. They should consult their HIV specialist practice.