Covid-19 : Dutch authorities advices singles to find "sex buddy"


People who are single and might need physical contact in Netherlands have been told by Authorities as an advice to get a sex buddy to minimize exposure to Covid-19.

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A well detailed guidlines on Coronavirus and sexuality were published by the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) urging citizens to continue observing social distance measures to limit the spread of Coronavirus.

The guidelines states that "sex with your regular partner is possible" even though the 1.5 meters distance rule still stands.
"Don't have sex with your partner if they have been isolated because of suspected coronavirus infection," it warned!

For people who are single and do not have a regular partner but "want to have physical contact" RIVM recommends that they should "meet with the same person to have physical or sexual contact (for example, a cuddle buddy or 'sex buddy".

To further reduce the possibility of getting infected by the coronavirus during sex, RIVM advices singles  "to make good arrangements with this person on how many people you both see".

"The more people you see, the greater the chance of spreading the coronavirus"

RIVM, in a general advice to everyone, also said that "sex with yourself or with others at a distance is possible — think of telling erotic stories to each other or masturbating together".

Currently Netherlands had documented 43,880 infections and  5,662 COVID-19 deaths.

Recently lockdown measures are being lifted as schools, some shops, restaurants and hair saloons are reopening.

The end of this pandemic is near in sight, confirmed reports reaching infopedia.co.uk states that the an effective cure is out in Madagascar, with the ability to cure a Covid-19 patient in 10 days.

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