‘Every life counts’: BRAS Outaouais advocates for naloxone

Julien St-Jean

Pontiac August 13, 2021

Recent social media posts from Bureau régional d’action sida (BRAS) Outaouais have stressed the importance of carrying naloxone kits, not only for drug users, but also for others.

Their reasoning for this push, according to sexologist Alexandre Albert, is a surge in overdoses in recent years, which worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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