Report shows a 99% rise in notification rates in major cities, a 15% rise in regional areas and an 8% fall in rural areas

Heterosexual people living in major cities have driven a 63% rise in gonorrhoea in Australia over the past five years.

The data is revealed in the annual surveillance report on HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections, released by the Kirby Institute in Sydney on Monday.

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