UK to feature stickers of COVID-19 vaccine in dating apps

United Kingdom in partnership with government and dating apps to launch I’m vaccinated stickers, badges to show support towards ongoing vaccination drive.


The dating apps are in partnership with the government to launch a novel campaign in support of ongoing vaccination drive. The apps will offer the user with special  stickers and badges to show if they have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

Tinder, Bumble and Hinge are some of the dating apps which are working with the government in review of vaccination stickers and badges against the drive, said by the Health Department on Sunday.

Before United Kingdom, United States also have launched a similar initiative in May, as linking up with the apps including OKCupid and Plenty of Fish. These apps are also advertising the campaign on British Government’s ‘Every vaccination gives us hope.”

Department of Health also suggested its users that it can boost your romantic potential dates  that you have been vaccinated. Also the Department informed on Twitter by minister Nadhim Zahawi that 67,994,584 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been given in the country till June 6. “A brilliant team focused on protecting the nation @NHSuK When you get the txt get the jab.”

This unique tie-up has been made in context to YouGov poll made on 28th may found that 28% of adults would not date someone who was unvaccinated and 31% prefer not to. Despite all this the UK government has not giving a formal Green light to casual dating during pandemic.

Britain on Sunday reported 5,341 new cases of COVID-19 up 68% from a week ago.

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