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  • Tinder gives away COVID tests to enable safer dates
  • Tinder gives away COVID tests to enable safer dates
    Jonas Weckschmied (2021) ©
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Tinder gives away COVID tests to enable safer dates

Above and beyond the usual pressures of online dating, love in the time of COVID-19 adds extra anxieties around how risky a real life date is going to be. Tinder is helping matches feel more comfortable meeting up in person by giving away pairs of tests to users for themselves and their match.

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