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Spit guards: A protective and preventative measure that is overdue 

Laboratory reports of hepatitis C have almost doubled in three years in London, while some 59% of London’s injecting drug users (classically, crack and heroin) have hepatitis C. Rory Geoghegan of the Centre for Public Safety argues that forces need to explain to the public what a spit guard is, how it works and why it is needed – and that spit guards are a no-brainer for effective policing.

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