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(Watch) In a comprehensive study of LGTBQ Americans, which sampled almost 2000 participants, it was found that nearly 60% of respondents who had felt possible symptoms of COVID-19 had hid those symptoms from their partners,  family, and friends for varying degrees of time. It does not come as a surprise as many in our community are all too used to hiding things they feel are shameful, and COVID-19 is just the latest in a long list of stigmas that have affected the LGBTQ community. It is, of course, strongly against guidelines to hide your symptoms with people who you are in close contact with as it severely increases the risk of spreading the virus undetected and can lead to numerous others being infected, according to the CDC.
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(Watch) In a comprehensive study of LGTBQ Americans, which sampled almost 2000 participants, it was found that nearly 60% of respondents who had felt possible symptoms of COVID-19 had hid those symptoms from their partners,  family, and friends for varying degrees of time. It does not come as a surprise as many in our community are all too used to hiding things they feel are shameful, and COVID-19 is just the latest in a long list of stigmas that have affected the LGBTQ community. It is, of course, strongly against guidelines to hide your symptoms with people who you are in close contact with as it severely increases the risk of spreading the virus undetected and can lead to numerous others being infected, according to the CDC.
(Watch) LGBTQ Life In Pandemic: New Study Finds 60% Of Queer Men With COVID-19 Symptoms Hide Them From Partners & Friends
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(Watch) In a comprehensive study of LGTBQ Americans, which sampled almost 2000 participants, it was found that nearly 60% of respondents who had felt possible symptoms of COVID-19 had hid those symptoms from their partners,  family, and friends for varying degrees of time. It does not come as a surprise as many in our community are all too used to hiding things they feel are shameful, and COVID-19 is just the latest in a long list of stigmas that have affected the LGBTQ community. It is, of course, strongly against guidelines to hide your symptoms with people who you are in close contact with as it severely increases the risk of spreading the virus undetected and can lead to numerous others being infected, according to the CDC.
(Watch) LGBTQ Life In Pandemic: New Study Finds 60% Of Queer Men With COVID-19 Symptoms Hide Them From Partners & Friends
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(Watch) LGBTQ Life In Pandemic: New Study Finds 60% Of Queer Men With COVID-19 Symptoms Hide Them From Partners & Friends

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(Watch) In a comprehensive study of LGTBQ Americans, which sampled almost 2000 participants, it was found that nearly 60% of respondents who had felt possible symptoms of COVID-19 had hid those symptoms from their partners,  family, and friends for varying degrees of time. It does not come as a surprise as many in our community are all too used to hiding things they feel are shameful, and COVID-19 is just the latest in a long list of stigmas that have affected the LGBTQ community. It is, of course, strongly against guidelines to hide your symptoms with people who you are in close contact with as it severely increases the risk of spreading the virus undetected and can lead to numerous others being infected, according to the CDC.