As a measure to encourage vaccination against younger Covid-19, the White House on Friday announced a partnership, which will take effect in early June, with Applications Meetups like Tinder, Bumble and Hinge, This will allow you to know whether or not users have been vaccinated.
In exchange for the user placing this information, Even apps will be awarded a reward On Tinder, for example, whoever puts it is entitled to “Super Like,” which allows you to know if the interest of the person you care about is mutual.
“Social distancing and the idea of dating are always a difficult combination”, He said And Andy Slavitt, epidemiological advisor to the US government, added to Reuters “Now we have something that makes us all more attractive: vaccination.”
In addition to the bonus, Tinder will also provide the closest vaccination point and allow users to place a “sticker” on the profile to encourage vaccination. Jim Lanzon, Application CEO, I showed to be “Excited to work with the White House to help 70% of American adults get vaccinated by July 4.”
A study by the app also showed that vaccination is becoming more ‘exciting’, as more than half of Generation Z members (ages 15-25) It is best to date someone who has been vaccinated.