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Grindr may soon have a coronavirus filter

Users of Grindr may have a new feature to look forward to. A software company has just introduced a “Digital Health Passport” that can be linked to a dating profile to show users are COVID-19-negative.

The Daily Mail reports that Manchester, UK-based cyber developer VST Enterprises has announced that several app companies have approached their firm about a new technology.

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