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STD Rise During Coronavirus Pandemic

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STD Rise During Coronavirus Pandemic

STD Rise During Coronavirus Pandemic

A contact tracer of sexually transmitted infections reported that her “case load is not as heavy as before” the coronavirus pandemic.

Jenine Clements works with people in Michigan country at risk of developing an infection to get tested for STDs and HIV.

According to Business Insider, people who normally track these cases are also now tracking COVID-19.

Executive director of the National Coalition of STD Directors David Harvey spoke on the issue.

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