French nudist

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France 24 is not responsible for the content of external websites. French regional health authorities on Sunday said there had been a "very worrying" outbreak of coronavirus at a naturist holiday resort on France's Mediterranean coast, with some holidaymakers so far testing positive. Nudists have been ordered to wear masks and practice social distancing, as tests show a 30 percent infection rate — four times higher than other people in the area. Tests had shown a 30 percent infection rate among naturists in the resort, four times higher than the 7 percent rate recorded among other people in the area. Another 50 holidaymakers had also tested positive after returning home and the results of more tests are expected next week.

Famous French nudist resort hit hard by ‘worrying’ Covid-19 outbreak

French Nudist Colony Sees Huge Outbreak in Coronavirus Cases

A French nudist holiday resort on the Mediterranean coast has reported a "very worrying" number of coronavirus cases, with around people infected. But French health authorities issued an alert for the area on Sunday regarding the "worrying" circulation of coronavirus, with 57 cases reported on Wednesday and 38 last Monday. The Regional Health Agency ARS said the rate of COVID positive cases among those who visited the naturist village is four times higher than people who stayed in the nearby city of Adge and did not travel to the resort. The agency has called for "strict compliance with preventative measures" and said more testing would be carried out on Monday. On Sunday, France reported its highest daily level of coronavirus cases since the end of the two-month lockdown period with 4, new COVID cases over the past 24 hours. France's health minister Olivier Veran said the virus is circulating four times more among people under the age of 40 than among people aged over

French naturist camp hit by 'very worrying' Covid-19 outbreak

For many of Europe's naturists, and the tens of thousands of swingers among them, Cap d'Agde has become a traditional summer destination, but a coronavirus outbreak here has shone an uncomfortable light on their alternative lifestyle. France has seen a surge in infections, with 7, people recently testing positive in one day. Known as the "village naturiste", the resort is a secluded community with around a dozen swinger clubs and saunas as well as erotic nightclubs that have hideaways for couples to get intimate in or out of the view of others. Of course not all naturists are swingers - who swap sexual partners - and some visitors prefer the quieter vast camping site opposite the main village.
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