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WUHAN, CHINA - APRIL 25:(CHINA OUT)A man sleeps on a sofa as a woman walks past in an IKEA store on April 25, 2020 in Wuhan, China. IKEA Wuhan Branch resumed business on April 21.the government started lifting outbound travel restrictions on April 8 from Wednesday after almost 11 weeks of lockdown to stem the spread of COVID-19. (Photo by Getty Images)

Some people like to take their time with new relationships, but others prefer to dive right in, like an Australian woman who’s been quarantining with her Tinder Date after they both tested positive for COVID. The New York Post reported that rather than lockdown separately, Tiktoker Sarah and her unnamed man have opted to do it together and she’s sharing the details of their at-home adventures on TikTok.

“So how’d you guys meet,” the caption on the initial video reads. The clip, which has more than 13-million views, also shows her positive COVID test and the news that she and her Tinder date “have to isolate together.” A montage shows the Aussie and her man passing the time by ordering Uber Eats, drinking beer, and doing laundry. And follow-up clips reveal the “lockdown lovebirds” getting competitive while playing Mario Kart and catching up on reality TV.

While their situation may be too close for comfort for some budding romances, Sarah seems to be happy with it, especially in another video that shows her date cooking her dinner from scratch. All the viewers closely following their quarantine love story share their approval in the comments:

I love this for them, it’s like a relationship seven-day free trial that you can cancel afterward if it sucks!

Source: New York Post

@poppymoore777

Reply to @shanwyborn update: this man cooked me dinner from scratch 😭

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