Words: Dylan Murphy
A prick for a prick.
Today, the HSE provided details of a new partnership with dating apps to support the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines across the country.
The ‘For Us All’ campaign sees the HSE team up with the likes of Tinder and Hinge to encourage users to get their vaccine and share their vaccination status.
Revealing details in a press release today, the HSE said, “Starting this week, Ireland’s leading dating brands will add new features to their apps and website to support the ‘For Us All’ campaign. These features will run throughout the month of July and will encourage people to take up the opportunity to receive their vaccine”.
Continuing they explained that Tinder users will be rewarded with a free Super Like for sharing their vaccination status. They said, “The dating platforms will share vaccine resources and offer vaccination badges for people to display on their profiles, as well as free “super likes” and other boost-type features for Irish users who want to show their support for the vaccine.”
“Members will be able to add a variety of stickers to their profiles included ‘vaccinated’ or ‘vaccines saves lives’ with Tinder giving those who support the campaign a free ‘Super Like’ to help them stand out among potential matches starting this week.”
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