Thursday, March 26, 2020

P.o.r.n.hub offers free services to help people enjoy 'stay at home' as the world is on coronavirus lockdown

Adult streaming giant P.o.r.n.hub has made its Premium service free around the world in a bid to get people to stay inside.

It comes after people across the world were ordered to stay indoors over the coronavirus outbreak.

Among them are Brits, who on Monday were dramatically told they must stay indoors unless to make essential trips.

Corey Price, the vice president of P.o.r.n.hub, said: "With nearly one billion people in lockdown across the world because of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important that we lend a hand and provide them with an enjoyable way to pass the time.

"We hope by expanding our offer of free P.o.r.n.hub Premium worldwide, people have an extra incentive to stay home and flatten the curve."

The offer will last until April 23.

The site has also sent 50,000 masks to staff in New York City as they bid to fight the pandemic.

Joe Calderone, senior vice president at Long Island’s Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital, told New York Post: "These masks are mission critical in the fight against the COVID pandemic.

“They will help keep our nurses, physicians and support staff safe from infection while caring for those who are stricken with the disease.”

His hospital got 20,000 of the masks.