A charity has issued a warning about [redacted] during the coronavirus crisis.Have a guess, go on!
A charity has issued a warning about the purity of street drugs during the coronavirus crisis.Yup, you really couldn't make it up, could you?
Pavilions, the drug and alcohol service based in Richmond Road, Brighton, has said that due to travel restrictions, the purity of street drugs may decrease soon.
A spokesman said: “This will mean that drugs bought on the street could be a lot more dangerous, especially if you have symptoms of Covid-19.”I was about to dig out my tiny violin, then I realised it was still far too big for this...
The charity has issued the following advice to drug users.
I note that what's missing from there is 'Don't take illegal drugs'...
- Buy only from someone you trust
- If buying something different, do some research on it first
- Test a small amount first
- If drugs look unusual or smell weird, do not use them
- If you are feeling ill, use less than usual
- Never use alone
- Never share equipment
- If you feel ill call 999.