San Jose, Calif.

— For a city with a reputation for having an abundance of prostitutes and prostitution dens, San Jose has become one of the most notorious spots for prostitution.

But it has also become one with an unusually high rate of sexually transmitted infections.

The city’s police department has been struggling to contain an outbreak that has spread through a variety of places, from bars and clubs to the streets.

Many of the cases have involved people who had sex with people who were HIV-positive.

The cases have been especially prevalent in the Bay Area, where prostitution has become increasingly popular, with many people finding that their sexual activity with an HIV-negative person makes them susceptible to the virus.

The problem has also affected women who are in relationships with people with HIV.

The San Jose Police Department is one of several agencies in the county that have responded to the spread of the virus through the city’s streets and bars.

The department has responded to cases of gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia and HIV-related cases in various locations, and has arrested several people, according to the department.

Many people in San Jose are not aware that the city has an HIV epidemic and they are surprised when they hear that they may have one.

A few people say that they were unaware of the epidemic and do not think it is a big deal.

But others, especially older people, say they have been shocked by the spread.

The HIV epidemic has hit the Bay area hard.

San Jose is the third-largest city in the state with a population of about 15 million people.

About 1.4 million people live in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The state has about 2.5 million people in its metropolitan area.

The Bay Area has a population roughly three times that of San Jose.

San Francisco is home to many universities, which have been working to prevent HIV-infected students from getting infected.

The number of HIV-affected students at the universities in the city increased dramatically in the last few years.

The university system says that they have received reports of people who may have been exposed through their friends, family members and even through the school.

There has been a spike in the number of students at some of the campuses who have tested positive for HIV and who are at risk for contracting the virus, the university system said in a statement.

But a number of other universities have also seen an increase in cases.

There are about 10,000 students at San Francisco State University, the University of California, San Diego, the San Jose State University and the University at Albany.

Many are still unaware of their risk.

One student who was tested for HIV at the University has said that she didn’t think much of it at first, because she thought it was only for the students who have had sex.

But she said that the problem has spread throughout the campus.

“The first few times I had a positive test, I didn’t really think much about it because I had never had sex,” said the student, who spoke on condition of anonymity because she was a university student.

She had to stop and think about what was going on.

But then, she said, “I realized that this was a huge deal and I felt really sad because I thought it could have been avoided.”

The student said that her boyfriend is not a victim of the spread and that she is glad that she found out that he had tested positive.

She said that it’s difficult to tell if the other people in the dorms are infected as well.

“But you know that they’re not.

And they’re getting tested every day.

And if I knew, I would not be going to classes, but I just knew,” the student said.

San Diego State University has reported that a student has tested positive with the virus and that there are about 5,500 students in the university’s dorms.

The student has been referred to a counselor.

“I’m really happy that I found out.

I’m thankful for the counselor.

I’ve been so thankful for her because she’s been very helpful and very understanding.

And she is really trying to figure out the best way to support all the students,” the woman said.

The person has been advised to stay home from classes, work from home and avoid sex.

San Antonio, Texas, has reported more than 400 cases of the infection in its downtown, downtown area and surrounding areas.

The local health department has also received reports about people being infected.

San Miguel County, home to El Paso, has had more than 200 cases of infection and reported 2,700 cases.

A man who was infected with HIV is recovering at a hospital in El Paso.

The hospital says that there is no risk to public health because he has not been exposed to the disease.

But people who have been in contact with people infected with the infection are advised to keep their personal information private.

The man has tested negative.