Scots told to have safer sex abroad

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is urging holidaymakers to practise safe sex while abroad.

With the summer holiday season in full swing, PROs are reminding Scots that rates of sexual infection are continuing to rise.

Amid growing concern about the number of Scots contracting sexual infections, the trust is urging all sections of the community to be aware of the risks.

‘When you are on holiday it's easy to get caught up in the heat of the moment, and a lot of people are more sexually active abroad than they might be at home,' a spokeswoman said.

The trust is harnessing local print, broadcast and specialist publications to communicate its message.

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