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Covid-19 pandemic spells bad business for sex workers as more people avoid physical contact
Sex workers around the world are bracing themselves for tough times during the Covid-19 pandemic, which has seen more than 125,000 confirmed cases and 4,600 deaths so far.
A 30-year-old stripper from Toronto, Canada named Andrea Werhun told VICE that many sex workers were “freaking out” as the outbreak was leading to a drop in face-to-face appointments and fewer clients at the clubs.
The pandemic also presents several risks to sex workers like Werhun, who often come into close physical contact with several people while on the job... Read more
People avoid face-to-face interaction under the influences of Covid-19, which brings a great impact on sex workers around the world. They are advised not to kiss, yet they still have to bear certain health risks during work as they need to have close physical contact with clients while they have no ideas where the clients have been.
Some other sex workers thus have changed their working style from face-to face to online format.
Maintaining a healthy life is after all the most important thing during this tough period. Fellow sisters, be creative and innovative! You must be able to stay both healthy and wealthy.