Windsor-Essex County | September 11, 2015, 12:30 pm


“T’s for Pee” Mass STI Testing Event at the University of Windsor


Friday, September 18
Table of Condomns

On Monday September 21st, the Windsor- Essex County Health Unit is asking all University of Windsor students and the community to assist in breaking the Guinness World Record for the most sexual health screenings done in 24 hours at a single venue by offering the first ever mass sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing event on campus.

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Thursday, October 15 | Falls Prevention Mobile Clinic
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Monday, October 26 | Community Rabies Vaccine Clinics
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