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“Choose positions that aren’t face-to-face during sex.”

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The BBC has published an article which amplifies advice that people should wear face masks during sex in order to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Yes, really.

The piece, titled ‘Sex and Covid: What are the rules in lockdown?’, details “new guidance on having sex” in the aftermath of Prime Minister Boris Johnson declaring a new national lockdown set to last for months.

The article says that “meeting up for sex is off the cards” under the new rules but goes on to offer recommendations on how couples can practice COVID-safe sex.

“Avoid kissing, wear a face covering and choose positions that aren’t face-to-face during sex,” states the piece, echoing advice given by the Terrence Higgins Trust.

Where, how and who you can have sex with is currently subject to different laws depending on where you live in the UK

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— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) January 6, 2021

“Your best sexual partner during the Covid-19 pandemic is yourself,” the article adds, encouraging people to engage in “masturbation, sex toys or having phone or online sex,” rather than the real thing.

As we highlighted earlier, police have demanded powers to force entry into people’s homes if they suspect someone of engaging in behavior contrary to lockdown rules.

All of these rules, which are being brought in under a Conservative government, have been vehemently supported by the left who in decades gone by would have normally been aghast at the state literally dictating who you’re allowed to have sex with.

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It went from “just wear the mask” to this.

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Police are demanding new powers to force entry into the homes of suspected lockdown violators after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new national lockdown in England.

The call was made by David Jamieson, the police and crime commissioner for the West Midlands police, England’s second biggest force.

“For the small minority of people who refuse entry to police officers and obstruct their work, the power of entry would seem to be a useful tool,” said Jamieson.

“I have raised this issue with the policing minister previously and clarity on the power of entry would help police officers enforce the new Covid regulations more easily,” he added.

As we previously highlighted, police are already breaking into people’s homes without warrants under the guise of enforcing lockdown restrictions, so any new law will just codify the process.

It went from "just wear the mask" to this in a hurry. pic.twitter.com/FR9SWVk2db

— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) January 6, 2021

Since most of the country was already under a de facto full lockdown, the new national lockdown was announced by Boris Johnson primarily to hand police more draconian powers.

The government has already stated that the new measures will continue until the end of March at the earliest, meaning the next 3 months will be replete with examples of police abusing their powers to target people for simply trying to live their lives.

As we reported earlier, senior Scotland Yard officials have already said they will adopt more “hardline” measures to enforce the lockdown, including interrogating people on the street and handing out more fines.

This despite the fact that Brits were previously informed that police officers wouldn’t be able to attend crimes such as burglaries due to budget cuts.

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“There should be no negative consequences for those opting out of the vaccine”

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6 January, 2021

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Lawmakers in South Carolina have pre-filed a bill proposing a ban on mandatory coronavirus vaccines.

WCNC News reports that four state reps. have proposed the legislation to ensure that people may opt out of vaccination and not be discriminated against for doing so.

The proposal states that those refusing the vaccine would not face “adverse employment action” or any form of societal restrictions for doing so.

The legislation will also state that vaccines “may be provided only to those individuals who agree to vaccination.”

Currently in the state it is legal for employers to mandate vaccinations. This legislation would overturn that.

The proposed bill, which has been referred to the Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs, is being sponsored by one Democratic representative, and three Republicans. They are Reps. Steven Long, R-Spartanburg, Leola Robinson, D-Greenville, Mike Burns, R-Greenville, and Sandy McGarry, R-Lancaster.

Rep. Burns told reporters “We want people to be able to go to their jobs, go to schools, go about their business, and not be mandated to do something that they feel is not in the best interest health-wise for themselves.”

“There should be no negative consequences for those opting out of the vaccine,” Rep. Burns added.

Representative Stephen Long said that the legislation was proposed following concerns from multiple constituents that “vaccine cards” could be introduced, effectively segregating society.

“Taking a vaccine should be a personal, private choice, and requiring ‘vaccine cards’ to board planes, attend school, etc is a very dangerous idea,” Rep. Long urged.

“I encourage everyone to speak with a physician about the benefits and risks of taking a vaccine, but it should never be mandatory,” Long added.

The proposal could progress through to committee next week, according to reports.

There has been much hype around potential ‘COVID passports’, especially concerning the fact that employers are currently allowed to mandate vaccination in many states.

Last week, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases stated that mandatory vaccinations are still ‘on the table’, and that he is “sure” that institutions such as hospitals and schools will mandate all who work there to be vaccinated.

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