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How to a find a quarantine cutie online during coronavirus

Dating IRL may be canceled for now, but your digital dating field just got a whole lot bigger. Tinder will be offering its premium Passport feature for free to all of its users starting next week. The function, which is usually part of the app’s $9.99 to $19.99 membership plans, offers the option to swipe left or right on anyone on the app “to check in with people in other parts of the world,” according to a memo sent out by Tinder parent company Match Group’s CEO Sharmistha Dubey Thursday afternoon. That means if you weren’t able to lock down a quarantine boo in time for isolating from the coronavirus, at least you’ll be able to digitally date anyone in the world now. “It’s become clear our need to connect right now ...