Yes, people stay at home more often, but less often have sex. Nerves to hell.
Go Mia Kiat, director of the world's largest condom company Karex Berhad, speaks of a sharp decline in rubber sales.
Yes, people are more likely to stay at home due to the epidemic, but less likely to have sex. According to Go Mia Kiata, demand has dropped by about 40% over the past two years. People hardly travel, the hotel business is in disrepair, and free condom programs have been largely phased out. In addition, there are fewer casual connections. And the transition to remote work generally curtailed all business trips with the possibilities of stray romances. The company is thinking about the production of medical gloves. You have to survive somehow.