COVID 19 has changed the way we interact with others, and you can only imagine how it has affected single people.
The first culprit is casual sex…it is risky. It is a choice between dealing with salt or kissing the virus.
According to research, There is currently no evidence that the COVID-19 virus is transmitted through semen or vaginal fluids, but the virus has been detected in the semen of people who have or are recovering from the virus.
The Best T In The City asked Kaya 959 listeners what if this person has covid (and they don’t know it yet)? Are they vaccinated (maybe they should show you their vac card first)?
Listen to the full conversation here:
Kaya 959 listeners weighed in on the topic on social media.
— Thlologelo (@Thlolo15March) August 18, 2021
— Ntweynkingayento (@Ntweynkingayen1) August 18, 2021
This is how irresponsible adults impregnated 23 000 teenagers in one year
May be they have been doing it all this time but afraid to go to clinics to get contraceptives due to COVID
COVID-19 is exposing all our dark sides!
— Jo (@DrJude9) August 18, 2021
— T.Mulaudzi✌🇿🇦 (@TomicTanga) August 18, 2021
Casual sex during Covid 19
If you are unvaccinated and sexually active with someone outside of your household, consider these precautions to reduce your risk of getting the COVID-19 virus:
- Minimize the number of sexual partners you have.
- Avoid sex partners who have symptoms of COVID-19.
- Avoid kissing.
- Avoid sexual behaviors that have a risk of fecal-oral transmission or that involve semen or urine.
- Use condoms and dental dams during oral and anal sex.
- Wear a mask during sexual activity.
- Wash your hands and shower before and after sexual activity.
- Wash sex toys before and after using them.
- Use soap or alcohol wipes to clean the area where you have sexual activity.
3Tspoons on the only time #CasualSexDuringCovid can work.
Any other way..? pic.twitter.com/3Wnx8LgImD
— T. (@tboseZA) August 18, 2021