B.C.’s health officials are warning people to stay protected during sex, as sexually transmitted infection rates continue to rise.
The warning comes on World Sexual Health Day as rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis surge in B.C.
”The trend seeing in B.C. is similar to other provinces and other countries,” said Mark Gilbert, the medical director of clinical prevention services at the BC Centre for Disease Control.
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