Yes, it is still important to use condoms even if both partners are HIV positive. This is because being HIV positive does not make a person immune to other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) or other strains of HIV. In fact, having multiple strains of HIV can lead to complications in treatment and potential resistance to medication. Additionally, using condoms can help prevent the transmission of other STIs, such as gonorrhea or syphilis, which can still be transmitted between partners who are both HIV positive. Therefore, it is important to use condoms to protect both partners’ health and to prevent the spread of STIs.