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Sex workers will be allowed to offer services again from next month subject to strict hygiene measures, Alain Berset, the Swiss interior minister announced.

But restrictions remain on large public events and contact sports — prostitutes bali are defined by the Swiss government to include ballroom dancing as well as boxing, judo and wrestling. Under confusing new rules, training will be allowed to for contact sports, even when it involves close personal contact, but competitions and public events remain banned.

Public matches and competitions for other sports will be allowed to from next month for a limit of spectators.

Prostitution is legal in Switzerland but has been banned since the start of the coronavirus lockdown. Many prostitutes have no savings and have difficulty claiming benefits, and NGOs have warned that the ban was driving many to work eecorts, with the accompanying safety risks.

Prokore drew up its own proposals for hygiene regulations to allow prostitution to and presented them to the Swiss government. Other measures announced by the Swiss government this week include the reopening of nightclubs, subject to social distancing. Nightclubs will be allowed to admit a maximum of customers at a time and must shut at midnight.

Swiss grandparents have been told its is safe for them to babysit their grandchildren again. The Swiss government has already said it is safe for grandparents to hug young children, who it says are at very low risk of catching or passing on the virus.

The current state of emergency in Switzerland will end on June A ban on larger public events remains in place. Related Topics.