Online Daters React To Tinder's Coronavirus Tips

Dating app Tinder has shared some advice about coronavirus with its users.

The app, known for helping strangers connect, is providing a few tips for its users when meeting up amid the growing number of global cases.

Love-seekers using the app overseas are now being presented with a message from Tinder before they can meet potential suitors.

"Tinder is a great place to meet new people," the warning reads.

"While we want you to continue to have fun, protecting yourself from the Coronavirus is more important."



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A list of precautions, including washing hands, carrying hand sanitiser, avoiding touching the face and maintaining social distances in public gatherings is also provided.

Social media was quick to react to the Tinder warnings amid the growing health crisis.

It's not yet known whether this feature will also be initiated for Aussie users in the near future, but Tinder told 10 daily it wanted to remind users of precautions they should take.

"Tinder understands that our members are oftentimes meeting new people in-person," it said.

"All of the suggestions shared are from the World Health Organisation, and we are making it easy for everyone on Tinder to find out more by linking directly from the app to the WHO site."