translated from Spanish: Do intimate relationships prevent coronavirus?

Mexico.- On social networks there is a video in which a woman indicates that having intimate encounters can prevent coronavirus, however there is no scientific evidence of it. In the video the woman indicates that holding intimate encounters can improve the autoimmune response to COVID-19, without evidence, but the video has gone viral. 

The woman also indicates that there is a relationship between sexual encounters and the symptoms of COVID-19 disease and even dares to assert that «Patients have not sexed in the last three days, they have more severe clinical records». There is no relationship between intimate relationships and coronavirus
However, the World Organization has denied such a relationship. However, research conducted in 2012 found that having relationships can increase immune system defenses, but it has not been proven whether such an increase favors coronavirus defenses. The study states that sexual intercourse can have a positive effect on the immune system. You may be interested: Venezuela registers its first death by coronavirusSimpathic COVID-19 dolls, the original idea of the Bolivian Police AntibacterialGel in excess can cause skin lesions There is currently no treatment to prevent or cure the Coronavirus. WHO indicates that antibiotics should not be used as a means of prevention or treatment of COVID-19. They should only be used to treat a bacterial infection as directed by a doctor. WHO does not recommend self-medication, particularly with antibiotics, to prevent or cure COVID-19. There are several ongoing clinical trials with Western and traditional medicines. WHO will provide up-to-date information as soon as clinical trial results become available.



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