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Equal blood donation rules for gay men expected in 2024

Lena Hunter
December 18th, 2023


Currently, men can only give blood if they have not had sex with another man for four months – including those in safe long-term relationships – but that’s about to change. Plus, Aarhus Municipality is seeking to ban its staff from using snus, and the police may soon be able to carry out random checks for stolen bikes.


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Currently, men can only give blood if they have not had sex with another man for four months - including those in safe long-term relationships - but that's about to change. Plus, Aarhus Municipality is seeking to ban its staff from using snus, and the police may soon be able to carry out random checks for stolen bikes.

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