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S£x Workers Reveal Positions That Might Help Prevent Coronavirus

Since March 16, Switzerland temporarily banned prostitution as part of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

ProCoRé, which urged the Swiss government to lift the restrictions as a matter of urgency, said that the current ban was giving rise to illegal s£x work and creating safety issues.

Prostitution in the country is legal and regulated, but human trafficking and most forms of pimping are illegal.

As part of a plan to reopen the s£x industry, ProCoRé released a list of best practices guidelines earlier this month.

Under ProCoRé’s plan, sexual positions that avoid face-to-face contact, like doggy style and reverse cowgirl, are advisable. Kisses, and other face-related services, are not.

Sessions would be limited to 15 minutes and kept to a strict schedule. Rooms would be aired out for 15 minutes in between clients, and sheets should be washed after every encounter.

Lingerie would be washed with disinfectant detergent in between sessions, under the plan.

ProCoRé also recommended “wearing a mouth and nose cover” for all services.

Contactless payments would be encouraged for customers, who would have to offer their real names for a contact sheet that would be available for up to four weeks to aid with contact-tracing in case someone does get infected.

ProCoRé, in a letter to Swiss government officials, said that the negative effects of the ban on the s£x trade are “significant and serious.” 

The organization hopes to get the green light for brothels to reopen when the next round of lockdown measures are rolled back on June 8.

“In the light of current developments, we do not see the need for a new restriction on trade and we consider it disproportionate and contrary to the principle of equal treatment,” ProCoRé wrote.

n related news, s£x workers in “dire and desperate” circumstances across the UK are continuing to see clients during the lockdown, potentially exposing themselves and others to coronavirus, according to charities and s£x worker organisations.

“We are facing a massive crisis,” said Niki Adams from the English Collective of Prostitutes. “No one wants to be flouting the rules and putting themselves and others in danger, but those who are still working literally have no other choice.”

On one adult website, there were 800 s£x workers across the UK “available to book” on Thursday, with approximately 150 of those in London. Adams said that many of those would not be working, but would be using the site to keep their profiles active in the hope that potential customers could be persuaded to pay for phone or cam s£x. But others had not stopped work because they had no other income, no savings or had returned to work when rent and bills were due.

While the charity’s usual focus was improving women’s futures, it was now simply trying to stop their lives becoming worse. One woman had described her fear of daily visits to the hospital to get methadone and of other people bringing infection into her hostel. She said food donations to the hostel had stopped, and when she spoke to the charity she had not eaten for days.







Oyo confirms two COVID-19 cases

The COVID-19 Task Force in Oyo State has announced two positive cases in the state. This brings the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 252.

Governor Seyi Makinde, who heads the state COVID-19 task force gave the indication via his verified Twitter handle, on Thursday.

According to him, one of the suspected cases is from iSON Xperiences in Ibadan South West Local Government Council Area of the state.

The governor wrote, “The COVID-19 confirmation tests for two suspected cases came back positive. One case is from iSON Xperiences and the other case is from Ido Local Government Area. So, the total number of confirmed cases in Oyo State is 252.

“Please call the Emergency Operations Centre if you have any COVID-19 symptoms such as cough, fever, tiredness, body ache, and shortness of breath.”

Lagos discharges 87 Coronavirus patients in massive recovery

The Lagos State Government on Wednesday announced the discharge of 87 Coronavirus patients who recovered from the pandemic.

This brings to 825 the total number of Coronavirus patients discharged after they tested negative for the virus.

According to the Lagos State Ministry of Health, on its website, those discharged included 40 female and 47 male, all Nigerians.

The government said the patients were discharged from its various isolation centres across the state to reunite with the society.

“87 COVID-19 Lagos patients; 40 female & 47 male, all Nigerians have been discharged from our isolation facilities to reunite with the society

“The patients; 26 from Mainland Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba, 24 from Onikan, 12 from Eti-Osa (Landmark), 11 from Agidingbi, 9 from Gbagada and 5 from LUTH Isolation Centres were discharged having fully recovered and tested negative to COVID-19.

“With this, the number of COVID-19 cases successfully managed and discharged in Lagos State has risen to 825,” the government said.






47 Lagosians are now dead from Coronavirus – Abayomi

The Lagos State Government on Monday disclosed that 47 Lagosians have so far died from the deadly Coronavirus pandemic.

A fresh case of death was recorded on Monday, according to Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi on his Twitter handle.

Abayomi disclosed that with the 148 new cases recorded on Sunday, Lagos now has 3,521 confirmed cases of Coronavirus.

“148 new COVID-19 Infections confirmed. Total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Lagos is now 3,521,” he said.

Abayomi said the state discharged 31 patients on Sunday, which included 12 female and 19 male.

“Total number of COVID-19 discharged patients is now 738.

”Lagos recorded one more COVID-19 related death. Total number of COVID-19 related deaths in Lagos now stand at 47

”Observing Physical Distancing is our collective responsibility. Let’s do it for a greater Lagos,” he said.

Doyin Okupe opens up on battling virus with diabetes, hypertension

Doyin Okupe, who was once a Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs to former President Goodluck Jonathan, has revealed that he fought off COVID-19 despite having underlying health issues.

Speaking on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily, Okupe admitted he is hypertensive and was recently diagnosed with diabetes.

According to him, all these meant the odds were against him, in the battle against Coronavirus.

“I am a doctor and when I was going to the isolation centre, I knew what I was going into. I had virtually all the risk factors that are against the survival,” he said.

Okupe added, “I am 68-year-old (which is not the correct bracket for COVID-19), I am hypertensive, I was recently diagnosed with diabetes; I had issues with me that naturally will complicate my situation.”

Okupe recovered after spending about six days in an isolation ward.





10 Coronavirus danger zones you should be careful of visiting in Lagos

With the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria, Lagos has taken the lead as the epicentre of the virus in the country.

Of the 4,787 confirmed Coronavirus cases in Nigeria, Lagos ramps up 1,990 cases, having discharged 502 survivors of the pandemic and recorded 34 deaths.

Of the 20 Local Governments in the State, there are 10 councils that are more affected. Anyone going to transact businesses or going to these areas must be extra careful to avoid contracting the virus.

Below are the areas mostly affected as at May 7, 2020.

1. Lagos Mainland

As at May 7, 2020, Lagos Mainland is the epicentre of Coronavirus pandemic in Lagos with 541 cases. This area include Yaba, Oyingbo, Iddo and others. Lagos Mainland is now a danger zone and those going there must take precautionary measures.

2. Eti-Osa

Eti-Osa, as at this date has recorded 200 Coronavirus cases, making it the second worst hit area in Lagos. At the onset of the virus, Eti-Osa was leading. Eti-Osa is home to Victoria Island, Lekki Phase I and II, Ajah and others.

3. Mushin

Mushin is recording serious community transmission of Coronavirus. 138 people have been infected with the virus. At the onset, Mushin was not mention in the scheme of things.

4. Ikeja

Ikeja is another hot spot for the transmission of Coronavirus. 73 people have been infected with the virus. Ikeja is home to major business players and the seat of the Lagos State Government, as well as the popular Computer Village. Nigerians transacting businesses in this area must be cautious.

5. Alimosho

Alimosho is an emerging hot spot for the transmission of Coronavirus, recording 69 confirmed cases in a very short time. The area is the most populous in Lagos, with over six million inhabitant. It is a hotbed for community transmission.

6. Kosofe

Kosofe has so far recorded 59 cases of Coronavirus. Kosofe is a large area in Lagos East and has a population of over one million.

7. Apapa

Apapa is a major business area hosting the sea ports. With Coronavirus infections of 55, the area is a potential hotbed for the virus. While the airport and land border have been on lockdown, the seaports are still operating and opened for vessels to enter.

8. Somolu

Somolu has recorded 40 cases of Coronavirus as at May 7, 2020. The area, with large population is prone to serious community transmission, Those visiting Somolu must be very careful.

9. Amuwo-Odofin

Amuwo-Odofin has recorded 35 cases of Coronavirus. The area plays host to FESTAC, Mile 2 and the rest. It is also a business area, where many Igbo traders live.

10. Oshodi/Isolo

Oshodi/Isolo is home to popular street urchins, ‘Area Boy’ and the biggest auto spare part market in Nigeria, Ladipo Market. With Coronavirus infections rate of 34, the area is prone to serious community transmission.






Why Men Call Their Girlfriends ‘Baby’

Men are fond of being gentle and the main reason why the call their girlfriends baby is to show true love that can be compared only to none . This is what makes women to submit to men because they like to hear nice words and also they like attention.

Women like to be treated like kids because they relate well with the kids. If you are a man and you dont call your wife or girlfriend baby then you dont have the affection that is required in a relationship.

Men should call their girlfriends baby this shows extra love and care from the man. Sometimes it reaches a time when the woman in the house will compete with your children for your love . That is why is good to share rhe love between mother and children equally.

Some girlfriends are used to be called good names and when you forget they become annoyed with you

Men were created to be gentle and this must be seen in their actions and deeds. Women and kids were born to be loved . Men must learn how to love and how to show care to both the woman in the house and the kids also.

Ladies will make you feel like a king when you complement them from time to time . This will bring harmony and deep love in the house. This is what will make the family to live in love and peace.

In most cases dont call a lady by her name always because sometimes it becomes boring . Ladies would like good nicknames which will amuse them always.

Toke Makinwa says a lot of men can’t handle successful women

Toke Makinwa believes that a lot of men cannot handle successful women because of financial insecurity and status.

The media personality during a live Instagram chat with former OAP and presenter, IK OsaKioduwa said for her, it has never been about status when searching for a partner.

”A lot of women don’t have any problems with dating who…It’s not about status for me. For me I’m more interested in a guy who has purpose, a guy who is grounded in his purpose, someone who knows where he is going,” she said.


“Because money can up and leave. You can marry someone who has money today and in two years the guy doesn’t have all that money anymore. But I feel like sometimes, guys think they can handle it, and they think it is nice on paper, even in that reality, a lot of them cannot handle a successful woman.

Makinwa has always been vocal about her thoughts when it comes to relationships and social topics

Born 3 November 1984, Toke Makinwa is a Nigerian radio personality, television host, vlogger, lifestyle entrepreneur, and author.

She is known for hosting The Morning Drive on Rhythm 93.7 FM and for her YouTube vlog series Toke Moments. She released her book On Becoming in November 2016.

Lagos records another death

The Lagos State Government on Wednesday announced the death of another COVID-19 related patient, barely 24 hours after the sixth death was recorded.

It also announced that 25 new cases were recorded, bringing the total confirmed cases in the state to 217.

The State Ministry of Health made this known through its verified Twitter account.

The ministry, however, did not give further details about the deceased sex, age, nationality and medical history.

“#COVID-19 Lagos Update as at April 14, 2020, 25 new #COVID19 cases confirmed, bringing total confirmed cases in Lagos to 217.

“Eight more persons; two females and six males; including one foreign national from Croatia were discharged. Total discharged now 69,” it tweeted.

The 25 new cases recorded on April 14, was the highest number of daily infections of confirmed coronavirus cases in Lagos, since the index case.

Currently, Lagos has 217 confirmed cases; 136 of the cases are active, while 69 had recovered and were discharged.

Two of the patients had been evacuated from the country, while three had been transferred to Ogun, their state of residence.