UK bans citizens from having sex with people they don’t live with

The United Kingdom has banned its residents from having sex with anyone outside of their own household under new coronavirus lockdown legislation rolled out by the Government.

With the gradual easing of the lockdown, the government introduced guidelines to avoid a new wave of transmission. It bans people in England from socialising indoors with anyone not already in their household bubble.

Persons who violate these new rules could be prosecuted under the new amendment to The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations 2020 bill.

Previous rules simply stated people should “stay at home” and avoid all but essential travel, forgoing wording about meeting in private places.

But the amendment to the bill now makes clear only those with “reasonable excuses” will be allowed to meet indoors, with sex not featuring on the list of exemptions.

“No person may, without reasonable excuse, stay overnight at any place other than the place where they are living,” it says.

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