Coronavirus can affect your health… and your dating life

Bob Sirott

Forget about the in-person first dates, at least for a little while.

GAPYEONG-GUN, SOUTH KOREA – FEBRUARY 07: Thousands of couples attend a mass wedding held by the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, aka Unification Church despite the spread of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus also known as Wuhan Coronavirus on February 7, 2020 in Gapyeong-gun, South Korea. Some 4,000 ‘Moonies’, believers of Unification Church, which was named after the founder Moon Sun Myung, attend the mass wedding which began in the early 1960s. On this day China’s National Health Commission raised the death toll from the virus from the virus to 636 from 563, global total is 638. (Photo by Woohae Cho/Getty Images)

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We all know the scare of the coronavirus has taken over but how does the virus affect people’s dating lives? How can you continue to date someone when you’re told to keep a safe distance? Relationship Expert Bella Gandhi explains. 

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