COVID regulations are changing, find out more here. Physical distancing and face coverings are still required at health care settings across Scotland.
Please note that appointment only clinics are still in place.
If you are you involved in the sex or sexual entertainment industry in Glasgow and need support with your sexual health you can call us on 0141 211 8610. One of our team will ask you a few questions and make an appointment to meet your needs.
You can now order Free Condoms securely online and have them delivered free to your home in a discreet package. You will be asked for your name and address but no other details.
The G3 Priority Clinic is a confidential and discreet sexual health service for women and men involved in the commercial sex industry (such as selling sex online, in flats or escorting, lap dancing, stripping on camera). Appointments are available at Sandyford Central by phoning 0141 211 8610.
Selling sex at this time puts you and anyone you live with at a much higher risk of COVID-19. It is impossible for you to keep a safe distance no matter what sexual position is used. People with COVID-19 can have no symptoms and still be infectious so even if someone has no cough or temperature, they can still have the virus and pass it on to you and you can pass it on to them. Condoms do not protect against COVID-19 they will only prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. If you are able to stop or pause selling sex at this time you should. If you have no other source of income and need emergency access to food, clothing, funds or accommodation there are services available that can provide this.
Support for people at high risk of COVID-19
There is a helpline for people who are at high risk from COVID-19 - and do not have a support network at home - that can connect you to local services which can help provide food and medicine as well as emotional support.
The phone number is 0800 111 4000 and it's open between 9am and 5pm. The below organisations can also offer help and support.
Sex and Social Distancing
Everyone needs to be socially distancing at this time (keeping two metres away from others), handwashing for 20 seconds regularly and remembering to avoid touching your face.If you are going to have sex, you can reduce the harm to yourself and your partners by.
In light of COVID-19 we're changing the way we provide free condoms so that everyone who needs them has safe access to them. You can now order securely online and have them delivered free to in a discreet package (you can order as much as you need). It's still possible to access Free Condoms at venues that are open. However it is likely that many Free Condom venues will be closed to the public at short notice in response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. We recommend using our online ordering form to ensure you get what you need.
If you need confidential sexual health care you can contact the Inclusion Team at Sandyford on 0141 211 8610
Further Information about COVID-19 is available on the NHS Inform website.
If you are involved in selling or exchanging sex, you are encouraged to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Even if you have had both doses of the vaccine, the booster vaccine will give you greater protection against serious illness.
Find out more about the vaccine and how to book it here.
National Ugly Mugs (NUM) is a pioneering, national organisation which provides greater access to justice and protection for sex workers who are often targeted by dangerous individuals but are frequently reluctant to report these incidents to the police.