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Sex in the Time of COVID-19: Preliminary results from a survey conducted on July 21 to August 4, 2020

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Internet Based Testing

Aidan Ablona, Hsiu-Ju Chang, Daniel Grace, Cathy Worthington, Jason Wong, Gina Ogilvie, Mark Gilbert.

November 02, 2020.

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This report summarized preliminary findings from an online survey of BC sexual health service clients, including those of GetCheckedOnline. The survey aimed to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected people’s sex lives and access to sexual health services in BC, and to know whether alternative ways of delivering sexual health services during the COVID-19 pandemic would be acceptable. By doing this survey, we hoped to collect information that would help to inform future decisions about changes to sexual health services in BC.