Mirror. com:  Being in lockdown as a result of COVID-19 may make you think it would be impossible to improve your love life, but, you could be wrong.
 Brooklyn roommates Thi Q. Lam and Rance Nix came up with a savvy idea to get people together through these trying times, with their own version of the Love is Blind experiment.
 And it’s is conducted solely through Instagram and Google Sheets to abide by social-distancing rules.
 Thi told CNN: “[People are] lonely, they’re looking for connection, they’re looking for community, and most importantly, they’re looking for love.
 “That doesn’t stop during a pandemic. People still want love, and we’re going to try our best to make that happen.”
 In the Netflix show Love is Blind, men and women are separated into pods, and get to know one another through a wall – and don’t see what the other looks like until they commit to getting married.
 In Love is Quarantine, singletons sign up through Google Sheets, by sharing their first name, age, sex, sexuality, city and phone number.
 And, unlike the original show, Love is Quarantine is LGBTQ+ friendly.
 Rance will then go through the list and reach out to people to make sure they want to participate – but he’ll move on if someone doesn’t reply almost immediately.
 Those who still want Thi and Rance’s help are put into one of the 12 “pandemic pods”.
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