Record numbers of over-65s are getting sexually transmitted infections The number of old people being diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections is at an all-time high, figures have revealed.
Over-65s in England were diagnosed with 14 per cent more STIs in 2017 than in 2016.
Even people over the age of 90 are being treated for the illnesses, with dating apps, better health and drugs such as Viagra keeping them sexually active for longer.
Figures from Public Health England showed the number of over-65s who caught common STIs rose from 1,411 in 2016 to 1,608 in 2017. The Daily Mail