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Rules and recommendations

Let's be honest with each other - love in the time of COVID-19 is not easy. The current situation is not really made for dating, but if you are careful enough, you can go on a date with someone, despite the global pandemic.

Who to go out with?

If one of you - or both - has already been through COVID-19 infection, you can rejoice - the risk of infection is small. However, if you have not yet had COVID-19, strongly consider whether there is a risk of infection. If the other half is someone who you already know, you can get a good picture of how big the risk of infection is. A student living alone will surely be a less risky person than someone who shares an apartment with other people and does not work from home. If someone you do not know asks you for a date (for example via Tinder), we recommend postponing the in-person date to a better epidemiological situation.

Where to go?

You do not have many options at the moment. Due to the ban on the free movement of people, we recommend staying in the park or nature - along the way you can visit the window of the local cafe, which you can support in these difficult times. Dating in a face mask is understandably annoying, but if you take it off, it is at your own risk. Only members of the household have an exception to the general obligation of wearing a face mask. Do not forget that nowadays you can also date over the internet - instead of a personal meeting, schedule a video call (Zoom, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, etc.)

More advice

If you experience any of the symptoms of COVID-19 in the days after the date, notify your partner immediately. And do not forget - you have to be home by 9 PM, otherwise you risk breaking the curfew.

Frequent questions about this topic

Can I go out for a date?
Can I take my girlfriend to the park?
By which time I need to be back home if my parents usually allow me to be out till midnight?