Protect Against STIs Campaign
The Public Health England Protect against STIs campaign was launched in December 2017 and continues to promote condom use and STI testing.
YouGov revealed in a survey of 2,007 young people, that 47% of those sexually active said they didn’t use a condom when having sex with someone new for the first time; whilst 1 in 10 sexually active young people said that they had never used a condom.
Spectrum offer free testing and treatment in clinics across Wakefield, Barnsley, Wigan and Leigh with appointment slots and drop-in clinics for people of all ages and gender. Visit our find a clinic page for opening times and prioritise your sexual health in 2019.
If you are aged 16-24 you can also sign up for a c-card to pick up free condoms from selected venues or have them delivered discreetly to your door. Sign up now!
For more information on this campaign visit the website for more information: https://www.nhs.uk/protect-against-stis-use-a-condom/home
You can also keep up to date with sexual health news, events, advice, tips and clinic details on our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts.