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Bolivia sex workers protest coronavirus curfew
Coronavirus Bolivia: Sex workers wear see-through rain jackets | Daily Mail Online
These are external links and will open in a new window. Many sex workers in Bolivia say they'll return to work using gloves, bleach and see-through raincoats. But some work - including sex work - is still restricted during the day and a night-time curfew remains in place. Another worker, Antonieta, says she is using a paper face mask, plastic visor, gloves and a raincoat. The OTN-B met with the health ministry last month to present a page manual giving guidance to women on how to keep safe.
Bolivian sex workers using raincoats to keep 'safe'
What a fab article! The women look fantastic! I would love one of the bowler hats. Thanks Let! Your email address will not be published.
By Reuters. Bolivian sex workers are preparing for life in the age of coronavirus with new equipment including gloves, bottles of bleach and see-through raincoats. The thigh-skimming 'biosecurity suits' are among a number of recommendations in a page coronavirus security manual drawn up by the Organization of Night Workers of Bolivia OTN. The group is pushing authorities to lift the day-time business restrictions put in place during the lockdown in the capital La Paz, even if a strict nighttime curfew still impedes their more habitual evening work. Lily Cortes, a representative of Bolivia's sex workers union, says some may have no option but to work on the streets if they could not work in the legal brothels.