Cases of Chlamydia falling

Fewer and fewer people in Sweden are catching the sexually-transmitted disease.

The Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control has told the newspaper, Svenska Dagbladet, that in the first half of this year, around 14,800 people caught what is the most common STD in Sweden.

That is a seven per cent fall from the same period last year and it is being linked to an increase in the amount of condoms being bought.