The Instagram account suggests that you use the app for “Find your vybe. Local wine evenings, beer pong games and dancing in an apartment near you.” The app’s slogan is “Get your rebel on. Get your party on.”
Vybe Together had a now removed FAQ page that indicated that it supported small collections, not large ones, The Verge reported.
“We are aware that Covid is a major health problem for the country, our communities, our friends and family,”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises against holding even smaller social gatherings that bring people together from different households due to the risk of spreading Covid-19.
“The more people an individual interacts with at a gathering and the longer the interaction lasts, the greater the potential risk of becoming infected with Covid-19 and Covid-19 spread,” the CDC said in its guidelines. Many local authorities have also issued directives banning gatherings.
“Some awful people built an entire app to find and market Covid-insecure large indoor house parties, and they use TikTok to market it to millions of people,” he tweeted. “They are currently in the middle of marketing secret NYE ragers in nyc.”
Lorenz identified a co-founder of Vybe Together, and included the person’s LinkedIn profile page. This page was disconnected from Wednesday morning.