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    The World Health Organisation recommends keeping at least a one metre physical distance from the next person to avoid contracting coronavirus or spreading it.

    But keeping physical distance is not the same as keeping social distance-that time-tested vital link between human beings that has seen them form and maintain bonds even when they do not meet face to face.
    In these trying times, we must maintain social interactions as much as possible.

    Through all the technological and social media options available, keep in touch with family and friends during this season of coronavirus pandemic.

    In Italy, France, Spain and now the United Kingdom, the disease has had devastating effect, with the death toll in Spain at some point peaking at close to 1,500 within 24 hours.

    The WHO recommends physical distancing, not social distancing as a key measure to keep the coronavirus away.
    The CDC defines social distancing as “remaining out of congregate settings, avoiding mass gatherings, and maintaining distance from others when possible.”
    The most recent recommendation is to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people.

    Physical distance because people are still socially interacting and keeping touch with each other via mobile phones and the social media.

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