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Dating apps could be behind rise in sexually transmitted infections in Kent

By Lucy Hickmott

Figures show there's been an increase in the number of sexually transmitted infections being diagnosed in Kent.

Just over 5,200 people in the county were found to have an STI last year - over 400 more than in 2017.

Some health experts fear an increase in the use of dating apps could be linked to the rise in figures.

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