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US Surgeon General Gives Advice On When To Engage In First Kiss With New Date

Watch this video: They're treating COVID as worse than an STD.

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In a series of question-and-answer style videos, Murthy makes suggestions like dating outdoors whenever possible, getting rapid tests before each date, keeping masks on during dates, and staying home if the person develops symptoms.

He then launches into a bizarre lesson on when to engage in a first kiss with a date. “Are they vaccinated?” he posited as something to consider when deciding on when to kiss someone.

“Who are they interacting with?” he continued. “Do they live with, or work with, or study with…groups of people who may not be vaccinated, in which case they may be at increased risk.

“…Do they take precautions?” Murthy continued. No, he wasn’t referring to sexual precautions. He was referring to putting a mask on their face “when they’re in outdoor settings with other people in public spaces.”

Murthy suggested people start a conversation with a person they’re dating by asking, “Hey, look, I know that we’re dating in the middle of a pandemic, and I have some questions and general concerns about safety that I wanted to talk through. Would that be ok?

“I’d love to talk about what safety measures we’re taking in our own lives to reduce our risk of getting COVID-19.”

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The statements sound more like a lesson on how to avoid STD’s than how to have a normal relationship and avoid catching a flu-like virus.

One quested posed was when the daters can take off their mask, as in how many dates in. Murthy didn’t answer that question directly, but rather said that it’s best to always keep the mask on when around people.

The next video released will likely go on to explain how people can make out without taking the masks off (that’s a joke- hopefully).

This piece was written by Leah Anaya on October 22, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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