Business booming for webcam girls as coronavirus forces millions to self-isolate

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SAVVY webcam girls take advantage of coronavirus scare thanks to bored – and horny homeworkers.

While the rapidly evolving Covid-19 has already killed around 60 people across the United States, pornstars are reporting an increase in their X-rated activity.

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Kate Kennedy Raises Money During Coronavirus CrisisCredit: Getty Images – Getty
    Tyler Faith told New York Post she 'stays away from clubs' during pandemic

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Tyler Faith told New York Post she ‘stays away from clubs’ during pandemicCredit: Instagram

Delighted webcam girl Kate Kennedy told the New York Post: “If you’re trying to sell pornography, having the whole country locked up in the house with nothing to do is kind of a dream scenario.”

Subscribers trapped at home due to self-isolation restrictions introduced to fight the coronavirus are willingly paying to watch the 25-year-old engage in sexual acts.

Lustful guys also see her folding laundry while naked – and even brushing her teeth – at her Los Angeles home.

Kate told the NYP that she started on the OnlyFans website a week ago and has already racked up 100 followers, all of whom happily pay a monthly fee of $ 10 to see her in action.

Randy’s punters also reward his naughty antics with tips.

These, in addition to the subscription fees, took her weekly earnings to four digits – an amount she had previously earned for an entire month.

If you’re trying to sell porn, having the whole country locked up at home doing nothing is kind of a dream scenario.

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Kate said that she and her webcam mates “and content creators are doing business like crazy”.

Pornstar Joslyn Jane performs solo sex acts and shares X rated activities with her partner for viewers online.

She told the publication that her income had climbed to $ 1,700 per week.

Joslyn, 29, said her job was to “distract fans” from the coronavirus pandemic.

Away from the webcam, other sex workers who perform in clubs choose health and safety over money because they fear catching the virus.

Pole dancer Tyler Faith said she had canceled “many appearances” and stayed away from places of entertainment “to be safe in these times.”

The virus continues to infiltrate across America, with only one state – Virginia – yet to report any cases.

More than 2,900 coronavirus cases and at least 57 deaths have been reported in the United States, according to a count from Johns Hopkins University.

President Donald Trump – who yesterday tested negative for the bug – extended a travel ban to Britain and Ireland to try to slow the spread of the virus.

    Tyler Faith has decided not to play in clubs - for now

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Tyler Faith has decided not to play in clubs – for nowCredit: Instagram

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He said Americans should reconsider non-essential travel and his administration was also considering travel restrictions.

the pandemic forced public schools and sporting events as well as cultural and entertainment venues to close their doors across the United States.

Panicked shoppers chose to clear grocery store shelves products ranging from disinfectants and toilet paper to rice and milk.

On Saturday morning, about 500 people lined up for two blocks outside a Costco in Garden Grove, Calif., Waiting for the store to open.

Long lines of shoppers have been reported outside grocery stores in other areas.

Trump declared a national emergency on Friday in a measure he said would bring “all the power of the federal government” to escalating the health crisis by releasing some $ 50 billion in aid.

He also urged every state to set up emergency centers to help fight the virus.

Early Saturday, the United States House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a coronavirus aid package.

This provides free testing and paid sick leave, to try to limit the economic damage caused by the epidemic.

Economists say the impact of the pandemic on businesses could tip the US economy into recession.

    A line of crooked shoppers wait to enter a Costco Wholesale store in New York City

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A line of crooked shoppers wait to enter a Costco Wholesale store in New York CityCredit: Reuters
    Empty shelves are seen at Walmart in Salt Lake City during the Covid-19 outbreak, Utah

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Empty shelves are seen at Walmart in Salt Lake City during the Covid-19 outbreak, UtahCredit: Rex Features
    Empty shelves are seen at Walmart in Salt Lake City, Utah

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Empty shelves are seen at Walmart in Salt Lake City, UtahCredit: Rex Features
    A Walmart store in Uniondale, New York, finds itself with empty shelves as panic shopping continues, as the store announces it will close early every day

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A Walmart store in Uniondale, New York, finds itself with empty shelves as panic shopping continues, as the store announces it will close early every dayCredit: Getty Images – Getty
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