Coronavirus has caused delays in various countries. In the European country of the Netherlands, the rules to be followed during the lockdown were also made very strict. Following the criticism of this rule, the government has advised single women and men in the country to find a sexual partner.
Here, according to the rules applied during the lockdown, up to three people can be called to the house following certain conditions. In addition, the government has now advised single men and women to find a sex partner. According to The Guardian, there are a few things to keep in mind when looking for a sex partner.
The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) in the Netherlands says single people should make arrangements to live with another person. RIVM recommends abstaining from sex if a person has a coronavirus infection while living with a sexual partner. Earlier, the government was criticized in the Netherlands for not advising single people to have sex.
Lockdown and social distance have been imposed in the Netherlands since March 23. In the previous guideline, the government had asked to keep a distance of one and a half meter between two people in case anyone comes to the house. This rule was being questioned. RIVM’s advice says that those who do not have a sex partner can agree to live with people like themselves.
The agreement also calls for the two partners to discuss how many other people come to visit. Because the more people you meet, the greater the risk of corona infection.