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Indonesian Nurse Suspended After Stripping PPE to have Sex with Corona Patient

The incident happened inside a toilet of the Wisma Atlet quarantine facility located in Jakarta. As per latest updates, the nurse has been put in an isolation ward after attempting to become intimate with a covid-19 patient without his PPE suit.

According to local media reports, the nurse has been suspended from duty.

The incident only came to light after the patient boasted about it on his Twitter account on Friday. Indonesia has a strict anti-pornography law and both the nurse and the patient, if convicted, can end up spending years in jail. The explicit messages went into detailed discussion in Indonesian about lubricants and the size of the pair’s private parts.

The Indonesia National Nurses Association in a statement said that teh news is true- there has been same-sex encounter at the Wisma Atlest Emergency hospital and our response to this action is that teh gay nurse should follow the legal proceedings. The COVID-19 patient in question posted on Social Network Website a screengrab of the WhatsApp chat between him and the Nurse.

The Gay nurse as well as the other patient with whom sexual encounter was made were arrested by the police after an investigation was run to see what’s going on.

In a horrific incident, a nursing staff in Indonesia has been suspended from service after she was found having  Sex with a corona patient in the hospital toilet.

The nurse tested negative for coronavirus, has been turned over to authorities, while the patient, who still is positive for COVID-19, remains isolated at the hospital.

Meanwhile, 251 deaths were recorded on Thursday in the country where 21,703 people have died from Covid-19 since the pandemic began.

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