“Here at Genital Hospital we care enough to provide advice on how to help prevent the spread and speed the recovery of COVID19. I’m hoping you’ll take our advice to heart because this pandemic is making me, and my other nurse friends, work ALOT of over time. Our Genital Hospital hasn’t been the same since 2020 began. Trust me when I say, we’re tempted to ride every hard cock that cums here.
Not everyone who gets the disease shows symptoms, some are asymptomatic. Being asymptomatic means that you carry the disease but don’t show any symptoms. If you’re asymptomatic, and feel OK, you could (unknowingly) be infecting people by continuing to work & attend to the needs of your typical life.
If you’re within 6 feet of them, without some kind of protection, it can open you up in ways we don’t enjoy. Be cautious with those who are coughing and sneezing, its through respiratory droplets that the infected person can harm those around them.”
“It’s important to wash your hands after every activity you do. The feeling of playing with myself with a dirty hand is filthy. I like playing dirty, but I want to know what kind of filth I’m playing with.
Be sure to use soap and water for 20 seconds. It’s basic, but it works! Especially after you have been in a public place or if you just blew your nose, cough or sneeze. You can unintentionally leave germs behind and infect the people around you.
If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
Once you’re clean, avoid touching your nose, eyes and mouth. It’s tough I know, but a clean man is a very sexy to us here at Genital Hospital.”
“Be sure to monitor your health daily. If you are feeling off, be good to yourself and take the time to see if everything is okay.
I take my temperature daily, not only because I’m cautious but I personally like sliding things inside of me as a teaser. Just make sure not to take your temperature 30 minutes after exercising, medication or jacking off. It can affect the temperature of your body and give you false information. Unnecessary stress is something we all want to avoid.
Be alert for the symptoms especially if you are out in public. Watch for fever, cough, shortness of breath and fatigue. Unfortunately, the disease is still new so we keep getting updates on other symptoms. As a general rule, if you feel bad, stay home.”
“Do you know how many times I have to clean and disinfect frequent surfaces? I have to do it daily and so should you! If you’re essential and you’re out working, be considerate of others when your shift is over and disinfect surfaces that gather a lot of high traffic. You have no idea what could be lingering there!
Door knobs, switches, faucets, keyboards and phones are something you should consider. Use any household disinfectants to clean the area. There’s nothing wrong with being extra careful by snapping on rubber gloves! Just be sure to change them out, cause they can get gross after awhile.
Essential workers take the time to clean and disinfect, so let’s help each other out through this pandemic since we are in it together!”
“You won’t believe how important it really is to wear a mask if you have to be around others in a public setting. Be considerate of others who may be struggling through this, you may not be stressed about it but some may have to be extra careful due to personal reasons.
We had mentioned that not everyone shows symptoms, so even if you don’t feel sick you can indirectly get someone else infected without even knowing it. So the mask is meant to protect others even if the unfortunate case happens where you carry it.
Please do NOT use a mask meant for healthcare workers. Currently, surgical masks and N95 respirators are critical supplies that should be reserved for healthcare professions and first responders.”
“Although you’re doing a lot on your part to protect yourself, try and remember that the inconvenience isn’t all about you. Respect peoples wishes and abide by their rules if you are going to their place of business.
Keep yourself 6 feet apart from people you are not quarantined with. Be cautious with people you don’t know even if they seem healthy. Next thing you know it, every person in your household gets it! It gets messy, so let’s avoid that the best we can.
Keep yourself entertained when your at home. Open up one of your favorite magazines, share some of your kinks with your partner and fuck around!”