COVID-19: People in quarantine are having sex with each other-Health Ministry complains

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COVID-19: People in quarantine are having sex with each other-Health Ministry complains
Ministry of Health permanent secretary has revealed that Ugandans living in institutional quarantine have started having sex with each other.
During an interview on Radio One’s Spectrum show on Monday, the MoH Permanent Secretary Dr Diana Atwiine stated these places are slowing losing their value as quarantined people are busy engaging in sexual practices.
Recently after confirming the first coronavirus case in the country, the Ministry of Health (MoH) set up different quarantine centres, where suspected patients where placed for check up and monitoring before letting them to join the public.
She noted that quarantine is meant to enable people practice social distancing and to reduce the spread of the disease but currently people escape from one room to another for sex, something that isn’t good for the exercise.
“Ugandans are not serious, some who are in quarantine have even begun having sexual affairs, they move to rooms of others in the hotels where we have placed them and start having sex. This isn’t good for the exercise,” Atwiine said.

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