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Friends Don't Give Friends STIs

Friends Don’t Give Friends Chlamydia

Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) on the rise in Simcoe Muskoka and across Ontario. When you have unprotected sexual activity with someone who has chlamydia, you can get infected. Many people don’t have any symptoms even when they have chlamydia and pass it on to unsuspecting partners.

Young adults (18-24 years old) make up 52 per cent of all reported cases. Ontario Public Health has launched a campaign to educate youth and young adults about chlamydia and the testing and treatment options available. 

Check out some of the creative campaign videos below:

Find out the whole story at www.findoutthewholestory.ca


Find out the whole story at www.findoutthewholestory.ca


Find out the whole story at www.findoutthewholestory.ca

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