The management of the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment of the Netherlands, under quarantine, invited single people to have friendly sex.
In the Netherlands, a “smart quarantine” has been in place since March 23, when up to three people are allowed to come home, provided there is no physical contact between them.
Scientists have revised their recommendations to take into account the fact that “people without a couple also want some form of physical intimacy”, warning that the risks of such intimacy should be minimal.
“Discuss how best to do this together. For example, meet the same person for physical or sexual contact (e.g. a friend or friend for sex), if you are not ill. Talk to that person about how many other people you both see. The more people you see, the more likely the coronavirus will spread,” they said.
In addition, the researchers do not recommend having sex with a coronavirus-infected partner or if he is quarantined with suspected COVID-19. For those in a relationship, the researchers have also made recommendations.
“Self-satisfaction or having sex with other people at a distance is possible: think about telling erotic stories or masturbating together,” the scientists added.