Image credit: kvnf.org
Image credit: kvnf.org

All councils have been told to provide free condoms to children as young as 13, in advice from health watchdogs.

The draft guidance from that National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) says condoms should be made far more widely available, with free supplies for groups at “high risk” of sexually transmitted infections.

The watchdog said all councils should offer free supplies to those aged between 13 and 25, using schemes which allow teens to look up the nearest provider on their phone.

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