Domestic intimate partner violence (IPV) is linked to several stressors created by or in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The stressors include isolation; fears about losing housing, especially among renters; fears of income loss; and nutritional stress. People who reported experiencing IPV during the first months of the pandemic also reported having a higher level of stress due to multiple pandemic factors than those who did not report IPV. In an online survey of 374 adults in the United States, 39 (10%) reported experiencing IPV during the first 10 weeks of the pandemic public health emergency . . .