Overseas apps soon focused on “dating” such as Tinder and Bumble serve much more than to find love (or simple one-night stands) and also advocate the long-awaited herd immunity on American soil.
These types of applications are equipping themselves with new features to encourage the youngest to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. The objective? Provide incentives to users to achieve the ambitious goals of the White House in relation to vaccination. In this campaign, directly encouraged by the White House, Tinder, Hinge, Match, OkCupid, BLK, Chispa, Plenty of Fish, Bumble and Badoo participate.
Its Vaccinated Users with Free
Tinder treats, for example, its vaccinated users with free “Super Likes” when looking for a partner. In this way, users can show their Spain WhatsApp Number List special interest in someone and thus attract their attention. The famous online dating app also intends to launch a virtual “vaccination center” with information.
On the other hand, OkCupid users who have already been vaccinated or who intend to do. So will receive up to 14% more positive feedback on their matches. The White House seeks to convince the youngest to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. In recent months, vaccination has accelerated significantly on the other side of the march. About 48% of the population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. And 38% of Americans have already completed the vaccination schedule.
Skepticism About Vaccines Still Reigns
However, skepticism about vaccines still reigns among many Americans , which has caused the vaccination campaign to hit the brakes in the United States of late. And that is why the US government has now decided to set its sights on the youngest . Not surprisingly, there is a large unvaccinated population in the age ranges between 18 and 29 years and between 30 and 39 years.
President Joe Biden has recently set a new vaccination goal. On July 4, at least 70% of the population should have received the first dose of the vaccine. To convince the most reluctant to get vaccinate. The state of Ohio has even announced a special lottery draw. For five weeks, one million dollars raffle weekly among citizens. Who have already been immunize with the first dose of the vaccine.