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Apple Pulls ‘Tinder For Anti-Vaxxers’ From App Store

Apple has pulled an app touted as “Tinder for anti-vaxxers” from its App Store.

Unjected calls itself a “safe space for the unvaccinated to come together uncensored through business, friendship or love” but was booted as Apple claims it “inappropriately refers to the COVID-19 pandemic in its comment or theme.”

The app was launched by two Hawaiian woman in May. Co-creator Shelby Thomson told the Post: “We’re being mislabelled as this anti-vax community, which is so not the case;

“We’re just not pro-mandatory vaccination. It just should be a choice.”

Unjected also had an Instagram account with over 25,000 followers, which was also disabled yesterday.


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