In a scenario that has given new meaning to the term “unprotected sex,” a nurse in Indonesia allegedly ditched her PPE (personal protective equipment) suit to bang a patient in the bathroom. Here’s what the ABP Network is reporting:
In what comes as a rather bizarre incident, a nurse has been suspended after she allegedly had sex with a Covid-19 patient in the toilet of a hospital in Indonesia. As per reports, both nurse and the patient were moved to isolation after the later published details about the incident on social media
For those who’ve always wondered exactly what PPE means in the medical biz, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration explains:
Personal protective equipment (PPE) refers to protective clothing, helmets, gloves, face shields, goggles, facemasks and/or respirators or other equipment designed to protect the wearer from injury or the spread of infection or illness.
PPE is commonly used in health care settings such as hospitals, doctor’s offices and clinical labs. When used properly, PPE acts as a barrier between infectious materials such as viral and bacterial contaminants and your skin, mouth, nose, or eyes (mucous membranes). The barrier has the potential to block transmission of contaminants from blood, body fluids, or respiratory secretions.
As anyone who has experienced the joy of sex can attest, there are a number of bodily secretions at work during coitus, which makes the spread of COVID-19 (not to mention other pesky diseases such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and even the common cold possible). Not too long ago, I discussed doctors warning against the dangers of picking your nose and catching and/or spreading the coronavirus. Although the urge to pick is strong, this latest news is a reminder of a far deadlier power- the P.O.P., a force that can strike at any time, whether it’s the coronapocalypse or back in “the good ‘ol days.”
While I’ve often talked about the irresistible P.O.P. (the power of the pussy), this story shows that there’s also something to be said for the power of the penis. When it comes to sex, some people just don’t care and they’ll get it on wherever and under whatever conditions. This nurse and patient shouldn’t feel alone however. You’ll undoubtedly recall the story from earlier this year when a U.K. scientist who recommended a quarantine broke said quarantine by allowing his married lover into his home.