Brothels have been opened in Greece since June 7, with a lot of restrictions

The Greek authorities announced the opening of brothels from Monday June 7, which were closed for more than 7 months due to restrictions associated with the coronavirus pandemic (+16).

The headquarters for the fight against coronavirus allowed the opening of brothels from June 7. At the same time, the opening of institutions is taking place with strict measures, which, according to experts, should help to avoid the spread of coronavirus.

In particular: the mandatory use of masks, gloves and condoms.

Epidemiologists have recommended avoiding unnecessary contact, such as shaking hands, and have recommended positions during intercourse that provide maximum distance, rather than face-to-face contact.

It is allowed to serve only one client per session, which can last no more than 15 minutes.

Doors and windows should be kept open to ensure good ventilation. Experts also recommended payment not in cash, but by credit card.

In addition, brothels were obliged to maintain a list of clients: name and contact phone number.

It is difficult to say how realistic this requirement will be, most likely not in any way. However, as the police joke, no one canceled test purchases.





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