The Highest In Positivity Rate (“…a lack of testing leads directly to a higher positivity rate.“)
Among The Lowest In Tests Performed
The difference can be troublesome, since positivity rate has been used as a key statistic when [implementing or easing unconstitutional unilateral edicts].
Each of the bottom six states by testing as a percent of population are in the top six for positivity rate. Those states are Alabama, Idaho, South Dakota, Iowa, Kansas and Pennsylvania. It’s no coincidence – a lack of testing leads directly to a higher positivity rate.
…many national organizations – including Johns Hopkins and Becker’s Hospital Review – cite the 35 percent positivity rate number. The difference can be troublesome, since positivity rate has been used as a key statistic when determining things like when to ease social distancing restrictions and when to institute travel advisories.
Wear A Mask During Sex Especially If Your Sex Partner Is Not From Your Household And You Don’t Even Know Their Name
Additional “Strategies“ provided by An Official Pennsylvania Government Website:
Four Strategies to Reduce the Risk of Spreading COVID-19 During Sex
Large gatherings are not safe during COVID19, but if you attend a large gathering where you might end up having sex, below are tips to reduce your risk of spreading or getting COVID-19 through sex:
- Limit the number of partners.
- Try to identify a consistent sex partner.
- Wear a face covering, avoid kissing, and do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
- Wash your hands with soap and water often, and especially before and after sex. If soap and water are not available use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- If you usually meet your sex partners online, consider taking a break from in-person dates. Video dates, sexting, subscription-based fan platforms, or chat rooms may be options for you.