Don't worry! The news is about England νέες The new guidelines in England for the corona have made it illegal to have sex in your home with someone you don't live with. The government is ready to issue new regulations, which will prohibit people to have intercourse with people which do not live together under the same roof.
The new regulation is as follows: "No person may participate in a gathering that takes place in a public or private space and consists of two or more people."
What is the difference with the regulation so far? Until today, it was "paid" by the one who came to your house, now you will "pay" it together, based on the new amendment of the 2020 bill for health protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions).
Previous rules did not include a wording about the meeting in private, as the general message was to "Stay home". Now only those with "reasonable excuses" will be allowed to meet privately indoors - which does not include sex meetings.
Reasonable excuses concern athletes, vulnerable people and key employees. Taking care of children, divorced parents living in different households, funerals and providing assistance to those in need will also be considered reasonable excuses.
It is not yet clear how a person could be prosecuted - and whether he would be fined - if he is found to be violating the new laws. The amendment stipulates that both people are breaking the law.
It is worth noting that at the beginning lockdown in the United Kingdom in late March, the government urged couples to stay together or stay apart so that the virus does not spread to two households. The Deputy Director of Medicine, Jenny Harries, noted that many couples living separately have not met for more than two months. In fact, a new study found that 6 out of 10 Britons have zero sexual activity during lockdown.
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