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Dating app for unvaccinated Australians claims to be launching


A new dating app soon to launch in Australia will help people who have refused a Covid jab find true love.

Pure Match promises to give anti-vaxxers the chance to bond over their shared interests like Covid denial, vaccine refusal, and other conspiracies.

‘Pure. We’re coming soon. Pre-register for Australia’s first unvaxxed matching site,’ the welcome screen for the website states. 

‘What is the meaning of life has been the worlds hardest question. “Are you vaccinated?” has now surpassed that.’

A brand new dating app soon to launch in Australia will give people who have refused a Covid jab the chance to find true love (pictured)

A brand new dating app soon to launch in Australia will give people who have refused a Covid jab the chance to find true love (pictured)

Pure Match promises to give anti-vaxxers the chance to bond over their shared interests, the most crucial being their decision not to get the jab (pictured, a woman at a 'freedom' protest)

Pure Match promises to give anti-vaxxers the chance to bond over their shared interests, the most crucial being their decision not to get the jab (pictured, a woman at a ‘freedom’ protest)

The website asks users to fill out a pre-registration form where they can express their likes and dislikes like alternative medicine, astrology, and veganism. 

Hopeful romantics can even tick a box to indicate to their potential partner they are keen to discuss conspiracy theories like the existence of a ‘New World Order’ over their first date dinner and drinks.

While it is unclear if the site is satirical, it is not to be confused with the identically named dating app designed for single Christians looking for love. 

‘We’re working hard to bring you the purest platform that we know you will love, stay tuned and stay strong,’ another message encourages.

The app promises to be simple to use, only recommend the best potential suitors, and provide a community to ‘create connections with users that are like you’.

However, residents signing up may struggle to find a date location with only the vaccinated allowed to enter hospitality venues in many states.   

The website (pictured) asks users to fill out a pre-registration form where they can express their likes and dislikes like alternative medicine, astrology, and veganism

The website (pictured) asks users to fill out a pre-registration form where they can express their likes and dislikes like alternative medicine, astrology, and veganism

The app promises to be simple to use, only recommend the best potential suitors and provide a community to 'create connections with users that are like you' (pictured, a rally in Melbourne)

The app promises to be simple to use, only recommend the best potential suitors and provide a community to ‘create connections with users that are like you’ (pictured, a rally in Melbourne)

Vaccine passports are credited for accelerating the vaccine rollout and helping Australia achieve world-leading vaccine rates.

However, critics claim the measures exclude those who do not want to get vaccinated, with hardliners calling it a ‘two-tiered society’.

The app is launching just in time for anti-vaxxers in NSW with it soon to drop its restrictions on the unvaccinated, though other states won’t any time soon.

Unvaccinated NSW residents will rejoin their jabbed counterparts on December 15, after the freedom date was pushed back a fortnight from December 1. 

The mandates have led to angry protests, seen particularly in Melbourne, with vaccine-sceptics furious at the measures. 

Thousands of protesters gathered in Melbourne on Saturday to rally for ‘freedom of choice’, holding signs that read ‘power to the people’ and ‘freedom of choice’.

The crowd gathered at the steps of parliament for another weekend of protests to rally against vaccine mandates and passports as well as new pandemic laws. 

Unvaccinated residents will rejoin their double-jabbed counterparts on December 15, after the freedom date was pushed back a fortnight from December 1 (pictured, a protest in Melbourne)

Unvaccinated residents will rejoin their double-jabbed counterparts on December 15, after the freedom date was pushed back a fortnight from December 1 (pictured, a protest in Melbourne)

Vaccine mandates have led to angry protests, seen particularly in Melbourne, with vaccine-sceptics furious at the measures (pictured, a protest against vaccines in Melbourne)

Vaccine mandates have led to angry protests, seen particularly in Melbourne, with vaccine-sceptics furious at the measures (pictured, a protest against vaccines in Melbourne)

Many were heard chanting ‘kill the bill’ and ‘sack Dan Andrews’ in protest of the state government’s pandemic law and were met wth a heavy police presence. 

The emergency bill passed the upper house on Thursday and grants the premier sweeping new powers as well as tougher penalties for public health order breaches.

Residents and business owners can face up to two years in jail and more than $45,000 in fines.

The rally adds to weeks of demonstrations in the city as residents continue to oppose the bill and vaccine mandates.

Police estimated about 20,000 people attended the most recent rally last Saturday.



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