Love Island’s Dr Alex George lifts the lid on having sex during the coronavirus – Mirror Online

Dr Alex George has finally lifted the lid on the questions we all need answers to.

The former Love Island star and A&E doctor, 27, has been busy fighting the coronavirus on the frontline for the past number of weeks.

While the world has stopped, individuals are glued to the news, and are terrified to even leave the house, let alone get involved in any sexual activity.

Dr Alex has finally divulged into whether it's safe to have sex during the pandemic to the BBC, alongside sex journalist Alix Fox.

According to the famous doctor, when it comes to getting down and dirty while you're in a relationship, it's acceptable.

As long as both individuals are self isolating together, living together and sharing the same environment, the situation shouldn't change.

However if one partner is displaying symptoms of the deadly coronavirus, then they should maintain social-distancing and isolate, even within your home.

In that case, sex goes completely out the window.

When it comes to getting intimate with new parters, the former Love Island star highly urges fans to refrain from getting close.

"I certainly wouldn't advise having new sexual partners at the moment, because the risk is you could pass on the virus".

BBC Radio 1's Unexpected Fluids presenter, Alix Fox reiterates this conclusion by claiming that certain individuals may be carrying the virus without even knowing.

The presenter explains: "Even if you feel absolutely fine you could still pass on the infection to someone and they could pass it on to other people via close contact and kissing".

In terms of catching the coronavirus by touching a partner 'down there', Dr Alex doesn't rule anything out.

The 27-year-old says that if two partners are going to touch one another's genitals, then they are likely to be kissing too.

According to the Doc, by doing this, one could most definetly contract the highly contagious virus as it's passed on through saliva.

Essentially, any possibility of transfer of coronavirus - from your mouth to your hands, to genitals, to someone else's nose or mouth - increases the risk of passing on coronavirus.

At the moment, the NHS's main aim is to cut this back to the absolute minimum, so in that case, no contact between a partner that you're not living with is really important.

Dr Alex has vowed to beat coronavirus as he continues to work on the frontline for the NHS.

The Love Island star and A&E doctor sent out a strong message to his followers as he posed up in a hospital corridor dressed in scrubs, a face mask and a disposable cap.

He wrote on Instagram : "Covid-19 WILL NOT win. The NHS is SO resilient and we can and WILL do this.

"An update from the frontline, as well as the latest information on when widespread testing likely to occur, is live on my YouTube channel. Link is in bio"

He also thanked the nation for their support of NHS workers, adding: "The support from you all is unreal and its being heard, believe me. It means so much to all NHS staff".

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