NEWSWEEK - Dec 1 - A new survey about sex and dating during the pandemic has revealed that people were interested in doing virtual dates after things go back to normal. The study was conducted in October 2020 by Basic Hard Seltzer who asked 2K unmarried millennials (average age 29) and Gen-Zers about their dating lives. Almost half of the folks who participated in the survey said that they have continued dating in-person since the pandemic started. Only 22% were focused on virtual dates alone, and 33% were doing both. According to the survey, of those who tried dating via video chat, 72% felt they got a good sense of chemistry online, and 63% of people would keep up virtual dating in a post-pandemic world.