It is 26 March 2020, as of writing there are a total of 631 cases of COVID-19 in Singapore. The government has imposed new regulations that will limit the number of people into malls and all entertainment venues such as clubs, cinemas, and karaoke outlets are to be closed until 30 April 2020, dependent on the situation in Singapore.
With each day passing, it seems that the novel coronavirus situation in Singapore is getting more serious. Now that even entertainment venues are closed, there are even fewer reasons for anyone to leave their house unless necessary. How are we going to get the human interaction that we need?
Here’s an idea (for us single lads), why not go onto Tinder passport and meet new people globally? Yes, you’ve read right, the normally paid premium feature that allows people to match with other users globally is free for the month of April. The pink flame dating app has nobly made this feature free to help people empathise with each other in these times of uncertain isolation.
An escape of sorts, you could travel virtually and meet someone new. What a way to bring people together during this pandemic. Maybe I’ll finally meet my French lover with this passport feature.
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