Nurse Has Sex With COVID-19 Patient in a Hospital Bathroom

Nurse Has Sex With COVID-19 Patient in a Hospital Bathroom

In a stunning occurrence of hard rule-breaking, a male nurse at an Indonesian clinic has been placed in a disconnection ward after endeavouring to get sexual with a Covid-19 positive patient without his PPE suit.

The episode happened where the two men were said to have snuck off to the hospital bathroom for the rendezvous, which only came to light after the patient boasted about it on his now-private Twitter account on Friday.

In WhatsApp screen captures shared by the patient, the medical attendant’s PPE pack can be seen thrown on the bathroom floor while things heat up between the pair. The screen captures likewise contained adult imagery regarding the experience.

‘It is true that there has been a suspected incident of a same-sex relationship between a health worker and a COVID-19 patient at the Wisma Atlet Emergency Hospital,’ Asep Gunawan of Indonesia’s National Nurses Association said.

After the video circulated the web, the team was examined by the clinic. The medical caretaker was suspended after he confessed to having stripped his PPE pack within sight of a Covid understanding. The case has now been given over to Central Jakarta Police, The Sun revealed.

Then, the medical caretaker has also been placed in detachment to have as of late come in sexual contact with a patient. The pair were tried for Covid after the episode. However, the patient attempted positive, and the medical caretaker has tested negative.

Nurse suspended for stripping off his PPE to have sex with a Covid-19 patient at Indonesian hospital | Daily Mail Online

Since Covid-19 spreads through beads of sweat, sex, or even closeness, kissing is carefully restricted on the off chance that one is encountering side effects related to Covid, for example, dry hack, fever, stressed relaxing.

The two men were captured by Central Jakarta Police under the nation’s stringent sexual entertainment laws after the episode turned out to be generally shared and ridiculed via web-based media in Indonesia, a country where LGBTQIA rights are as yet under danger from severe laws, social disgrace, and bias.

The nurse and patient could be prosecuted under the Pornography Law because of the posts shared on Twitter.

Indonesia has seen a rise in coronavirus cases, recording 7,903 new infections on Thursday, adding to the total of 727,000.

Meanwhile, 251 deaths were recorded on Thursday in the country where 21,703 people have died from Covid-19 since the pandemic began.

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