People Are Going off PrEP in the COVID-19 Era Because They’re Not Having Sex
The physical distancing being practiced by millions all over the world has had an interesting side effect - many people who were taking PrEP (pre-exposure prophylactics) to avoid contracting HIV have stopped taking their daily doses since they do not plan to have sexual contact for the forseeable future.
This article reviews some recent studies about this trend and how the sexually active gay and heterosexual communities are responding to COVID-19.
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July 21, 2020