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White House partners with dating apps to raise vaccine awareness


Tinder has encouraged users to go on ‘virtual’ dates during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Along with asking about your perfect day or favorite vacation spot, popular dating apps like Tinder, Hinge, Bumble and Plenty of Fish will be asking members about sharing whether they’ve been vaccinated against Covid-19.

The White House announced Friday that it is partnering with the apps to raise vaccine awareness among young adults and encourage them to get immunized.

White House senior Covid official Andy Slavitt said one of the apps, OkCupid, says members who display their vaccination status “are 14% more likely to get a match. We have finally…


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