Coronavirus changes our lifestyle significantly, people are asked to stay at home, and all the restaurants don’t provide dine-in service. The virus outbreak also changes how we date and meet people. Since we can’t meet people in person, so many people turn to dating apps and video calls.
Bumble saw a 93 percent increase in video chat and voice call usage from March 13-27. Match Group, which owns Tinder and Hinge, has also reported increased activity among existing users, particularly those under 30, and plans to roll out new video chat features soon.
-MSNBC, Dating during coronavirus turned upside down since everything is a long-distance relationship
Virtual date is fun yet sometimes challenging. Without the great atmosphere of the restaurant and physical interaction, the date might become dry and boring. VIRTUÅL DÄET is a manual that helps people create a perfect virtual dating experience. This brochure will teach the readers everything about a virtual date with several DIY sections and Date ideas. From setting up the camera angle to holding happy hours, VIRTUÅL DÄET provides a complete guide to get closer to others in the social distancing era.
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