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NEW YORK - MAY 28: Single New Yorkers chat during a HurryDate speed dating event May 28, 2003 in New York City. Speed dating is a trend in New York, pitting dozens of singles together for dozens of short "dates" in an evening. Participants fill out cards if they're interested, and event organizers e-mail any resulting matches. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

When it comes to relationships in the age of coronavirus, dating coach Cherlyn Chong says “if you don’t make time to see each other, even online, then sooner or later, you will drift apart.”

So if you don’t want to let self-quarantining hurt your relationship a virtual date night with your boo is just what the doctor ordered. Here’s how some singles are keeping things fun during these less-than-fun times.

Order Food Over FaceTime. Giving them the gift of takeout. Send each other Uber Eats or Postmates as a surprise. Imagine if you were alone at home, and a driver just showed up with dinner ready! Then Flip on face-time and eat your feelings together.

Netflix & FaceTime. You can’t beat a classic! Schedule a dinner and movie date with your bae. There is an app called Netflix Party where you and someone else can watch Netflix together, at the same time, with both of you able to control the movie. Add in Facetime and you got yourself a date night!

FaceTime To Go.  Go for virtual walks. It’s much more positive and engaging than getting into a rut calling each other from the kitchen table. If you’re not worried about going over your data, take your boo for a walk.