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Distance to health services is known to be negatively associated with usage and needle and syringe programs (NSPs) for people who inject drugs (PWID) are no different. Australia has a mixture of NSP modalities (primary or secondary fixed-site NSPs), which may present unique barriers to access. In this study, we explore 1) the effect of distance to NSPs on individual-level needle and syringe coverage, and 2) differences in coverage dependent on NSP modality. Using data from 219 PWID in andoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0209280 pmid:30550588 pmcid:PMC6294429 fatcat:pjaquzrtv5cvdh3h7ouzmnz3r4