Doctors say the number of sexually transmitted diseases in Broome County is growing.
County health officials say there have been at least 80 confirmed cases of Chlamydia each month.
But, that number doesn't include people who have the infection and don't know it. Experts say 75% of women and 50% of men will have no symptoms.
There are multiple reasons for the increase. Dating apps making it easier to find partners, also poor education and a lack of funding for public health.
County leaders urge everyone to just get tested.
"We have a great group of people here, it's a friendly environment, everything is absolutely confidental," said Marian Hollander, a registered nurrse. "No one has to worry about their information getting beyond the NYS department of health."
The Broome County Health Department offers clinics every Tuesday and Wednesday.