I get that we all want to resume our normal lives and all that but certain activities need to be put on the back burner until all this pandemic malarkey calms down a bit. I’m mainly talking about swingers parties here. If Auntie Doreen can’t see her family I’m pretty sure swingers can have a few months off from swapping spit and jizz with multiple sweaty strangers.

Unfortunately it would appear that asking people to refrain from group shagging for the time being is far too much of an inconvenience as a group of swingers recently found out. Out of 300 people who attended the ‘Naughty in Nawlins’ swingers convention last month in New Orleans, 41 of them tested positive for Covid. Yikes!

Organiser Bob Hannaford did admit that he regretted organising the event but it’s a little too late for that Bobbo. Here’s what he had to say:

We had five people that tested positive on Monday. On Tuesday we got up to 14. On Wednesday we jumped up to 29 cases and by our last count, we have 41 positive tests, out of 300 people.

Most would consider that a positivity rate of 13 percent, but there’s more to a positivity rate.

You see, we have no idea how many people got tested after our event, nor if anyone tested positive and didn’t tell us.

There could also be people that are positive, but without symptoms, so they never got tested.

If I could go back in time, I would not produce this event again. Even though most of the 41 positive cases have mostly been asymptomatic or very mild cases.

The reason I wouldn’t is that I know of two people who had a tougher time and they were suffering. One of them, a good friend of mine, was hospitalised in serious condition.

If I thought for one minute that he or anyone would end up in the hospital, I would certainly not have had our event.

We went to extraordinary measures for check-in and instituted a touchless process with required temperature checks, social distancing in line, and sanitizing upon check-in.

We issued wristbands in one colour to indicate who had antibodies and therefore was not contagious.

We issued a second colour to those that showed us a very recent negative Covid-19 test. The wristbands even had each person’s date of their test circled.

Over 50 percent of our attendees had the antibodies and many of the rest got tested right before the event. We were feeling better and better about the risk potential as the event was about to kick off.

We required masks in all public places and told them they would have to wear them in elevators and even in our parties and while up on the rooftop pool.

Not your finest moment there, Bob. I wonder what was going through his mind when he thought cramming 300 naked bodies into a room for a swingers convention would be a good idea?!

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again – Babestation has and always will be your safest bet!