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Young sexual health campaign.

YOUNGSTERS carrying condoms can jump the queue at several city night clubs.

The step is part of a threeweek campaign to encourage people to take care of their sexual health.

The Got It Covered scheme involves 40 city centre businesses including bars, nightclubs, beauty salons and taxi firms.

Steps include hair salons offering price promotions to condom-carrying customers, pubs and taxi firms distributing condoms and nightclubs running a queue jump promotion for "clubbers with rubbers".

James McVicker, from, Liverpool PCT, said: "Confidence and preparation are key ingredients for a great night out."

The scheme runs until the end of this month.
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Date:Aug 14, 2009
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