The guidance comes after critics said there was no sex advice for singles.
Social-distancing measures have been in place in the Netherlands since 23 March, when the government imposed what it called an "intelligent" or "targeted" lockdown. A further infections and 53 deaths were denmari in the Netherlands in the past 24 hours. Should singletons choose to engage in sexual contact, precautions should be taken to minimise the risk of coronavirus exposure, the authority said.
In total, 43, people have tested positive for sexjal in the country so far, with more than 5, deaths. The more people you see, the greater the chance of spreading the coronavirus.
The rules were far less strict than those of the country's neighbours, permitting small gatherings of people if social distancing was observed. But pairings should avoid sex if one of them suspects they have coronavirus, the advice says.
The relaxation of restrictions came after Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the country had made "headway" in its effort to bring the of coronavirus infections and deaths down. How lockdown is being lifted across Europe But in guidance published on 14 Maythe Denmafk said "it makes sense that as a single [person] you also want to have physical contact" during the pandemic.
As part of the first phase, libraries, seeking sexual partner denmark, nail bars, beauticians, massage salons and places providing occupational therapy were allowed to reopen from 11 May.