By Lydia Lynch
Strict distancing that is physical are placing a kibosh on dating, with some Queensland singles hunting to discover a “lockdown friend” as restrictions crank up.
A maximum of a couple are allowed in one house, meaning visiting a boyfriend or gf whom lives in a sharehouse is prohibited from Monday.
Queenslanders have already been warned about going beyond dating apps to hook-ups that are physical the pandemic. Credit: Jim Malo
People flouting the rules chance a $1300 fine.
Meg, whom didn’t need to offer her name that is last to your Gold Coast 2-3 weeks ago and it has maybe perhaps maybe not had the chance to create brand new friends.
Fearing she will be restricted to her home for the following half a year, she went looking for you to definitely cosy as much as throughout the pandemic. Continue reading Dating in a pandemic, Queenslanders search for ‘lockdown buddies’