The world’s most popular condoms are under attack from viruses, viruses, and now a new strain of a virus.
According to the latest UN report, more than 40 percent of condoms globally are damaged or damaged beyond repair.
And according to the World Health Organization, 90 percent of new infections are among people in developing countries.
The new strain is called the Trojans condom, and it was discovered in South Africa, South Africa and Nigeria, according to Reuters.
The virus has infected more than 100,000 people in Africa, according the World Bank.
The virus is named after a Trojan horse virus, a Trojan worm that infected the world in 2014 and 2016.
It was discovered to be the Trojan horse in the first wave of viruses that began in the United States and the United Kingdom in the early 1990s.
In the first year after its discovery, the Trovans virus was found in less than a tenth of a percent of the world’s condoms, according UN data.
Now the number is more than one in ten.
In February, the World Anti-Viral Alliance (WAVIA) reported that 1.2 million condoms were sold in the U.S. between January and March of this year, but that number dropped to just over 500,000 between the same two months.
According the WHO, the new strain may have originated in Nigeria, where the virus has been found in the hands of health workers and in some cases in health clinics.