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  1. I would be remiss if I didn't put forth this basic information to the user-group; In general please take the proper precautions by using a designated covering for all activities to protect against COVID-19, or any STD for that matter.The Flu season is approaching and from what I understand getting a Flu shot by the end of October can return the best benefit to get through winter. Everyday life from the 1980's with HIV now to 2020 there is absolutely no reason to attempt to go uncovered, please play safe with all things covered. When it comes to STD's with resistance strains of gonorrhea/chlamydia there is no room for error. Most every one could get quarterly testing. Going in for a repeat just to be 100% sure would be a recommendation. The G & C panel testing can be repeated every 2 weeks. They are the most common infections amongst sexually active adults. Most insurances do not have a limitation on STD testing. They’d rather prevent the spread than have to cover the treatments which are more expensive. I don’t want to down play (G & C) as STDs. However, a shot of antibiotics and a dose of an oral antibiotics will cure them, usually seven days then gone. If you feel there is a need with any event, please get tested. Going forward let it be known by rule and guidance any individual that has contracted a transmissible condition will need to notify those they have been in close contact with so there is no doubt on how those individuals can do followup tracing...