You can get your hands/penis on a condom specially made to mark 21 June.
In case you're not aware of this significance of that date, it's when England aims to enter the final phase of its roadmap out of lockdown, at which point the government hopes to remove all legal limits on social contact.
Given that we've all spent more than a year in and out of lockdown, confined to our homes and cut off from the world, it's anticipated that people will be taking full advantage of the freedom to make 'social contact'.
But while the threat posed by Covid-19 may be subsiding in this country, the risk posed by unprotected sex remains. As such, men's digital health clinic FromMars is giving away free 21 June johnnies, to ensure people 'Wrap Up. Stay Safe.'
As restrictions are set to be eased further from June 21st, it's crucial that we protect ourselves from this day forward and still think of safe sex to avoid sexually transmitted infections, claim your limited edition June 21st condom here: https://t.co/3PV0hCgOEo#FreeCondoms pic.twitter.com/nPkfhc0SEI- FromMars (@medsfrommars) April 28, 2021
There's only a limited amount available, but you get can get hold of yours here.
It's probably wise to get stocked up on prophylactics, as an epidemiologist has predicted a roaring 20s ahead, post-pandemic - and why not get that kicked off immediately?
Dr Nicholas Christakis has laid out his vision of the decade ahead of us in his book, Apollo's Arrow: The Profound and Enduring Impact of Coronavirus on the Way We Live.
Speaking to The Guardian, he explained: "During epidemics you get increases in religiosity, people become more abstentious, they save money, they get risk averse and we're seeing all of that now just as we have for hundreds of years during epidemics."
However, once the threat subsides, Dr Christakis expects to see these behaviours flipped on their head, as religiosity and conservatism erodes and a period of free spending and 'sexual licentiousness' sets in.
England is now approaching Step 3 of the roadmap out of lockdown, which is due to begin on 17 May.
At this point, pubs can reopen indoors, groups of up to 30 will be allowed to meet outdoors, cinemas can reopen and organised indoor sport can recommence. International travel will also be allowed.
Step Four will begin no earlier than 21 June, at which point there will be no legal limits on social contact, enabling nightclubs to reopen and large events to go ahead.
Moving on to these next steps is dependent on the following four conditions being met:
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