CDC Issues Monkeypox Sex Advice, Says To Social Distancing Masturbate

CDC Issues Monkeypox Sex Advice, Says To Social Distancing Masturbate

CDC Issues Monkeypox Sex Advice, Says To Social Distancing Masturbate

  • The CDC has issued sexual guidelines for people who believe they may have been exposed to monkeypox.
  • The recommendations include social distancing to prevent the virus from spreading.
  • “Matturbate together from a distance of at least 2 meters, without touching each other,” says the CDC.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued new sexual guidelines for people who believe they may have been exposed to monkeypox — and it includes social distancing masturbation to prevent the virus from spreading.

The CDC precautions for “social gatherings, safer sex, and monkey pox” were issued earlier this month.

If a person or their partner has monkey pox or thinks they may have contracted the disease and they decide to have sex, the CDC recommends that they “avoid kissing” and “masturbate together at least six feet away from each other.” touch and without touching a rash or sores.”

The CDC also advises that those exposed to monkeypox have “virtual sex” or “consider having sex with your clothes on or covering areas where rashes or sores are present, reducing as much skin-to-skin contact as possible.”

In addition, the CDC recommends that those who may be infected with monkey pox “wash your hands, fetish gear, sex toys, and all fabrics (bedding, towels, clothing) after intercourse.”

“Limit your number of partners to prevent the spread of monkeypox,” the CDC says.

The current outbreak of monkeypox – a rare viral infection mainly found in Central and West Africa – has recently been detected around the world, including Europe and the United States.

Monkeypox can cause flu-like symptoms, including fever and muscle aches, and can cause skin rashes and pus-filled boils that cover the body.

It can spread to anyone through “close, personal, often skin-to-skin contact,” according to the CDC.

The CDC says that “direct contact with monkeypox rash, sores, or scabs from a person with monkeypox” is currently considered “the most common way monkeypox spreads in the US.”

According to the health service, Monkeypox symptoms usually begin within two weeks of exposure to the virus.

According to the latest CDC data, the federal agency has confirmed 100 cases of monkeypox in the US, with California having the most cases at 21, followed by New York with 17 cases.

There are more than 2,100 cases of monkeypox in 37 countries worldwide, data from the CDC shows.