The world is facing an unprecedented pandemic, and governments around the world are trying to find a way to stop the spread of the virus, according to a new study.
The new study, published in the Lancet, found that under the radar, condoms could reduce the risk of transmission by 90 per cent.
And it’s not just the condom industry that is pushing for this.
The World Health Organization recently called for a moratorium on all condom use in developed countries to save lives.
But the U.S. and other countries are now moving in the opposite direction.
The U.K. has said it will ban the sale of condoms from all places except health clinics.
The Canadian government is also looking to ban sales from all health clinics and hospitals.
The study also found that a third of condom users in the developing world use them, compared to only a quarter in developed nations.
And more than half of those people don’t know their partner is using condoms.
The Lancet study was funded by the Gates Foundation, which supports the spread and development of HIV/AIDS.