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You know how it is on Tinder, you gotta have that clever opening line if you’re gonna get that swipe right. Well here’s the latest –¬†disclosing the status of their COVID-19 antibody tests in their dating app profiles.

That’s right, proof that you don’t have the virus to make yourself more datable. It’s like a ‘badge of honor’ to show that you’re not infected.

Obviously for people in the dating pool that’s a topic that’s worth talking about. Some profiles have even advertised they are willing to send photographic proof of test results.

Unfortunately, the antibody tests are not foolproof. There is a high degree of false positives.

But if they’re hot – are you willing to take a chance?

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MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA – MAY 06: Anthony Reyes, City of Miami police officer, shows the results of his coronavirus antibodies test done at the Hard Rock Stadium testing site on May 06, 2020 in Miami Gardens, Florida. The test showed he is negative for the antibodies. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced during a press conference, at the site, that a COVID-19 antibodies test will be available. The test can show if a person has had the virus in the past without showing symptoms, and therefore may be immune to it. The test will be available to first responders and health care workers first, with the goal of being able to expand testing to the general public. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT – MAY 8: Catalina Horak, executive director of non-for-profit Building One Community texts Guatemalan immigrant Zully ahead of her COVID-19 test on May 8, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut. Zully was retested at the Family Centers Health Care clinic five weeks after being hospitalized for COVID-19 when she was almost 8 months pregnant. Staff at Stamford Hospital put her on a ventilator and performed an emergency C-section to save the child. Her baby, Neysel could not go home, as his father Marvin and brother Junior, 7, were COVID-19 positive and quarantined there. After several weeks in the hospital ICU Zully responded well to antibody blood plasma transfusions and was able to return home. The infant, Neysel, now more than one month old, is in the temporary care of elementary school teacher Luciana Lira. The K-5 Bilingual /ESL instructor, who teaches Junior at Hart Magnet Elementary in Stamford, will continue caring for the baby until his family tests COVID-negative, and they can all be reunited. The Stamford non-profit Building One Community (B1C) immigrant resource center is assisting the family during this time. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT – MAY 7: Chance the Rapper and elementary school teacher Luciana Lira, 42, speak via Instagram Live during the artist’s Twilight Awards event honoring teachers on May 7, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut. He announced Lira would receive $15,000 for herself, $15,000 for her school and a computer and a year of internet for the immigrant family that Lira is helping. Lira, a K-5 Bilingual /ESL teacher at Hart Magnet Elementary in Stamford, became the temporary guardian of newborn baby Neysel after the boy’s mother Zully, almost 8 months pregnant, went to the Stamford Hospital emergency room, gravely ill with COVID-19 and gave birth. Hospital staff put Zully on a ventilator and performed an emergency C-section to save the child. Neysel could not go home, as his father Marvin and brother Junior were COVID-19 positive and quarantined there. After several weeks in the hospital ICU Zully responded well to antibody blood plasma transfusions and was able to return home. The teacher Lira will continue caring for the baby until the infant’s parents and brother test COVID-negative, and the Guatemalan immigrant family can be reunited. Chance the Rapper is giving a total of $300,000 to teachers and their schools during this year’s inaugural event. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MAY 10: An exterior view of MedRite signage offering COVID-19 antibody testing during the coronavirus pandemic on May 10, 2020 in New York City. COVID-19 has spread to most countries around the world, claiming over 283,000 lives with over 4.1 million infections reported. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images)

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MAY 15: A sign offers COVID-19 antibody testing during the coronavirus pandemic on May 15, 2020 in New York City. COVID-19 has spread to most countries around the world, claiming over 308,000 lives with over 4.6 million infections reported. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images)