You can still pay to go to nightclubs—on Zoom—without worrying about catching the coronavirus

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      The isolation economy has offered up a new twist: virtual nightclubs.

      All over the world, they're popping up on Zoom, complete with a DJ making music and "clubgoers" who dance to the beats in their own homes.

      If you don't believe us, click this link to the Zone Party 2.0, which takes place on Saturday (April 19) night.

      These virtual nightclubs are even getting covered by the business press.

      So far, there's no sign of any Zoom nightclubs being offered by Blueprint Events, which is the biggest player in the biz in Vancouver.

      But four Toronto friends created their own virtual dance spot, Club Quarantine, which has been holding online queer parties every night on Zoom. It has more than 48,000 followers on Instagram.

      You can read more about it on