The Instagram account suggests using the app in order to “Find your feelings. Local wine nights, beer games, and dancing in an apartment near you.” The app’s slogan is “Get the rebel. Get your party.”
The Verge reported that Vybe Together has a now removed Q&A page indicating that it was supporting small gatherings, not large gatherings.
“We realize that COVID-19 is a major health problem for the country, our communities, our friends and our family,” the FAQ page said. “If we could all be in isolation, this might actually disappear. Having parties on a large scale is very dangerous. This is why we don’t support that. But Vybe is a compromise, there are no big parties but small congregations., At least a little bit during these. Times with Vybe. “
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises against holding smaller social gatherings that bring together members of different families due to the risk of the spread of Covid-19.
The CDC said in its guidance: “The more people an individual interacts with in a cluster, and the longer that interaction lasts, the more likely it is to contract Covid-19 and spread Covid-19.” Several local governments have also issued directives banning gatherings.
He said on Twitter: “Some terrible people have created a whole app to find and promote unsafe big and indoor house parties for Covid, and they are using TikTok to market it to millions of people.” “They are currently in the midst of promoting undercover NYE Moroccans in New York City.”
Lorenz identified a co-founder of Vybe Together, and included a person’s LinkedIn profile page. That page was offline as of Wednesday morning.
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