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Young people urged to have sex online or over the phone to fight Covid-19

Young people across Ireland are being asked to do their bit to stop the spread of Covid-19 by hav...

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15.13 4 Aug 2020


Young people urged to have sex online or over the phone to fight Covid-19


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15.13 4 Aug 2020


Young people across Ireland are being asked to do their bit to stop the spread of Covid-19 by having sex online or over the phone rather than in person. The HSE and the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) are calling on young people to refrain from intimate contact with individuals outside their household. What do you think? Ciara chats to Dr Dominic Rowley, Consultant Physician in Genito-Urinary  Medicine, Natalya Price,  Sex & Relationship Therapist, and hears from listeners

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