Harvard scholars advocate wearing masks to prevent epidemics during sexual intercourse to avoid sleeveless or anal sex

Harvard scholars suggest that couples try to wear masks when they have sex. AP/schematic
New Coronary Pneumonia changes human living habits. Experts have successively formulated relevant guidelines for epidemic prevention life to protect health. Researchers at Harvard University suggested in the Annals of Internal Medicine early last month that couples should try to wear masks when having sex, and also avoid anal sex to avoid infection through the feces.

According to foreign media reports, researchers at Harvard University, in view of the fact that some patients are asymptomatic infections and people can take into account safety when enjoying sexual life, so in early May, they uploaded recommendations on sexual life under new coronary pneumonia in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Because kissing will exchange saliva, making the virus easier to spread, experts recommend wearing masks during sex to avoid kissing. In addition, special names are also given to avoid anal sex to cause infection of the feces or mouth, or sexual behavior involving semen and urine, thereby reducing the risk of infection.

At the same time, researchers also listed “open house” and “one-night stand” as high-risk activities. They have to take a bath before and after sex, and use liquid or alcohol disinfection to reduce the risk of strokes. Since all face-to-face contact has the opportunity to bring related infection risks, the safest sex life is always abstinence or masturbation.

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