Canada’s Top Doctor Suggests Wearing of Mask When Couples Do Intimate Moment
Couples are urged to wear masks when doing their intimate moment to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus as suggested by Canada’s top doctor.
According to the report of Inquirer, Canada’s chief public health officer said that couples should wear face coverings when doing an intimate moment as those things can be complicated in times of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
“S*x can be complicated in the time of Covid-19, especially for those without an intimate partner in their household or whose sexual partner is at higher risk for Covid-19,” Theresa Tam said in a statement.
“The lowest risk sexual activity during Covid-19 involves yourself alone,” she added.
Tam said those having intercourse with their partner who came from outside of their household and at risk of the virus should skip contact. She said those should be “skipping kissing and avoiding face-to-face contact or closeness (and) consider using a mask that covers the nose and mouth.”
Tam says people should also limit their alcohol consumption or other substances so that you and your partner can make a safe decision. She noted that there is a very low probability of transmitting the new coronavirus through semen or vaginal fluids.
But she still encouraged the use of condoms. The number of Covid-19 cases rose on Wednesday to 129,705, including 9,171 deaths. Nearly 90 percent of people who get sick recover.
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