Coronavirus: fellatio less contagious than a handshake according to scientists

A person with coronavirus can be contagious a few days before the first symptoms appear, scientists say. It is during this period, known as the “silent window of infection” that the virus can spread from person to person.

And there are many ways to become infected: sneezing, spitting, shaking hands or sexual practices.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has just published a report stating that fellatio presents less risk of contagion of the virus than a simple handshake.

You know what you have to do to greet each other, in all honour of course.

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