COVID-19 has been classified as a pandemic, leading to the closure of 130 borders and cancellation of 90% of commercial flights, halting global trade across all industries, including sex tourism.
Writing at the end of June 2020, there are currently 8.1 million confirmed cases and 439,500 deaths worldwide.
With the international travel of people severely restricted, global populations are changing social and health behaviours in order to adapt to the current situation. However, we do not know what the repercussions will be regarding health risk behaviours on return to normality or even quasi-normality.
We want to know how COVID-19 might have changed your travelling habits.
- Have you been able to see your partners? How has this been done?
- Have your behaviours changed at all? Have you maintained social distance?
- Have you used technology or other methods to meet partners instead of travelling abroad?
- What do you think it will be like in the future?
We want to hear from you so that we can make travelling for sex safer in a post-COVID-19 world.