Love Island's Dr Alex on the problem of STIs
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Love Island's Alex: Don't judge people who carry condoms

Love Island's Dr Alex George has spoken to BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast about the problem of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Speaking to Nicky Campbell, Dr Alex said: "Condoms are there for our protection and to look after our health, and we shouldn't be judged for carrying them whether you're a man or a woman."

He was speaking ahead of the launch of a campaign by Public Health England trying to get more under-25-year-olds to use condoms - currently a young person is diagnosed with an STI every four minutes.

Click here to listen to 5 Live's guest edit with Gigi Gordon, who is worried about her friends' relaxed attitudes to STIs.

  • 25 Oct 2018
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