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Dr. Oz tells single Wendy Williams to ‘hold out’ from sex while in social isolation

Wendy Williams the self-described ‘wanted woman’ swears off sex during coronavirus pandemic after seeking advice from Dr Oz

Dr. Mehmet Oz said last week that he encouraged couples to have regular sex while self-quarantining amid the coronavirus. 

However, the doctor’s prescription was the opposite when dealing with patient Wendy Williams. 

The 55-year-old revealed that she had been advised to ‘hold out’ for the duration of the crisis, on Tuesday. 

Doctor's orders: Dr. Oz has told single Wendy Williams to 'hold out' from sex until the coronavirus dies down

Couples only: Dr. Mehmet Oz, 59, said last week that he encouraged couples to have regular sex while self-quarantining amid the coronavirus

Doctor’s orders: Dr. Oz has told single Wendy Williams to ‘hold out’ from sex until the coronavirus dies down

‘When I went to Dr. Oz, one of the things I talked to him about, I was like, “Dr. Oz, what do single people, including me, do about sex?”‘ she told people.com.    

‘He ended up saying, “You know what? Hold out. It’ll be over soon”.’ 

Wendy went on to say that while she is quite the ‘wanted woman,’ sex is not currently on her mind.

'Hold out': 'When I went to Dr. Oz, one of the things I talked to him about, I was like, "Dr. Oz, what do single people, including me, do about sex?" He ended up saying, "You know what? Hold out. It'll be over soon".'

‘Hold out’: ‘When I went to Dr. Oz, one of the things I talked to him about, I was like, “Dr. Oz, what do single people, including me, do about sex?” He ended up saying, “You know what? Hold out. It’ll be over soon”.’

‘As much as a wanted woman as I am, I’m not thinking about that [sex]. I don’t want anybody over here.’ 

The open talk-show host went on to share that she thought the use of protection was ‘random.’ 

‘I think condoms are something random. You know, what about the sweat and the shower?’ 

Wendy’s appearance on the Dr. Oz show was cut short last week due to a CONVID-19 press conference that was shown instead.

Single and ready to mingle! Wendy has enjoyed herself as a single lady over the past year ever since her split from husband of 18-years, Kevin Hunter

Single and ready to mingle! Wendy has enjoyed herself as a single lady over the past year ever since her split from husband of 18-years, Kevin Hunter 

And besides sex, Wendy had other questions for the doctor regarding the deadly global virus.  

‘I asked him about, “Do clothes carry the virus?” I get in the elevator, I press with my elbow, I bill my sleeve down and press with the material,’ she added. 

The doctor advised her that, ‘Yes! The germs last for two hours.’ 

Wendy continued: ‘Two hours! Darling, do you realize when you get out of the subway or your Uber or whatever you’re doing outside. You come inside, you sit on your cloth couch with your clothing on – you’re transferring the stuff!’  

Dr. Oz’s comments come after he told the rest of the world’s couples to get intimate during these uncertain times. 

‘The best solution, if you’re holed up with your significant other quarantined, is have sex,’ the doctor ordered while speaking with TMZ last week. 

‘You’ll live longer, get rid of the tension. It certainly gets some stories. Maybe you’ll make some babies. It’s certainly better than staring at each other and getting on each other’s nerves.’

 Dr. Oz added that what they have learned from the coronavirus outbreak in China is that ‘people get really depressed when they’re quarantined.’

He also gave is prediction that the worst part of the virus will be over within 6-8 weeks. 

‘Here’s the good news. I talked to the surgeon general, Jerome Adams, today, and he believes we’re six to eight weeks from being past the worst of this and having beaten this pandemic,’ he said last Tuesday.   

‘That’s how long we have to hold our breath for. That’s our finishing line.’ 

There are now 50,075 cases of coronavirus and 628 deaths in just the United States as of Tuesday afternoon.   

STATE-WIDE CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWNS

In the most extreme measures to date, 17 states have ordered 100 percent of non-essential workforces to stay home to help curb the spread of COVID-19.  

CALIFORNIA

Locked down: 39.5 million 

Deaths:  35

CONNECTICUT 

Locked down: 3.5 million 

Deaths: 10

DELAWARE

Locked down: 967,000

Deaths: 0 

HAWAII

Locked down: 1.42 million

Deaths: 0

ILLINOIS 

Locked down: 12.74  million 

Deaths: 12

INDIANA 

Locked down: 6.7 million 

Deaths: 7

LOUISIANA

Locked down: 4.66 million

Deaths: 35 

MASSACHUSETTS

Locked down: 6.9 million locked down

Deaths: 9

MICHIGAN

Locked down: 10 million

Deaths: 15

NEVADA

Locked down: 3.03 million

Deaths: 4

NEW JERSEY 

Locked down: 8.9 million 

Deaths: 27

NEW YORK

Locked down: 19.54 million 

Deaths: 183 

OHIO

Locked down: 11.6 million

Deaths: 6 

OREGON

Locked down: 4.19 million 

Deaths: 5

PENNSYLVANIA

Locked down: 12.81 million 

Deaths: 6

WASHINGTON

Locked down: 7.5 million

Deaths: 111

WEST VIRGINIA 

Locked down: 1.8 million 

Deaths: 0

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