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There is currently no evidence that the COVID-19 virus is transmitted through semen or vaginal fluids, but the virus has been detected in the semen of people who have or are recovering from the virus.
Common questions
Can you contract COVID-19 through sexual intercourse?
Although there is currently no evidence that the COVID-19 virus transmits through semen or vaginal fluids, it has been detected in the semen of people recovering from COVID-19. We would thus recommend avoiding any close contact, especially very intimate contact like unprotected sex, with someone with active COVID-19 to minimize the risk of transmission
Can you get COVID-19 from kissing someone?
It's well known that the coronavirus infects the body's airways and other parts of the body, but new research indicates that the virus also infects mouth cells. You don't want to kiss someone who's got COVID.
When can I have sex after the COVID-19 vaccine?
So it's extremely unlikely that you'll get very sick or die from COVID-19 once you're fully vaccinated (meaning it's been at least 2 weeks since your final shot). That means that most fully vaccinated people can safely go back to doing stuff they did before the pandemic, including dating and having sex.
How long does COVID-19 rebound last?
So far there have been no reports of severe illness in those who have experienced covid rebound, and most people seem to recover and stop testing positive around three days later without needing additional covid-19 treatment.
For informational purposes only. Consult your local medical authority for health advice.
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