Boris Johnson confirms singletons can have sex with people they don’t live with from Saturday – Latest News


Socialising in such a way, including getting frisky between the sheets, had technically been made illegal in April when new coronavirus legislation was introduced.

Speaking at the No.10 Downing Street press conference today (Wednesday, June 10), Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed a new “bubble system” is to be introduced on Saturday that will allow English people living alone to meet up with members of another household indoors.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been speaking at Downing Street’s daily coronavirus press conference this afternoon, where he has been detailing further changes to lockdown in England

Boris Johnson has been speaking at No.10 this afternoon

Lockdown sex has just been made legal again

It’s the news many single people up and down the country have been waiting for since lockdown began – they will soon be able to have sex with someone they don’t live with for the first time since March 23.

“All those in a support bubble will be able to act as if they live in the same household, meaning they can spend time together inside each other’s homes and do not need to stay 2m apart.”

The Prime Minister said: “From this weekend we will allow single adult households to form a support bubble with one other household.

The “support bubble” must be exclusive, and cannot be switched between multiple households.

Expert Veerawat Manosutthi cited a Chinese study that warned semen could carry the virus, and that people should avoid having sex and kissing if they had been infected.

Concerns were raised after traces of the Covid-19 were found in a man’s semen and last month a medical expert at the Thai Disease Control Department said partners must wait before they get under the sheets.

However, guidance has already been issued by doctors that you should wait 30 days before having sex if you had coronavirus.

He added that people should also “what a condom when they start to become sexually active again even after 30 days”.

There is also hope that the UK economy can begin to bounce back when non-essential retail is allowed to reopen in England for the first time in three months on June 15.


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