Social Distancing

How to Safely Have Friends Over This Summer

As summer approaches, most of the nation is still dealing with COVID-19 cases spiking. Experts weigh in on how to have friends over this summer while being safe.
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Sky's the Limit for Zoom in New Remote Reality, Analysts Believe

Shares of Zoom Video Communications have skyrocketed since the coronavirus pandemic started, but will the company’s success last when it’s over?
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Is it Safe to Go to a Barbecue During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

As summer approaches, parts of the country are still dealing with COVID-19 cases spiking. Is it safe to go to a barbecue during the COVID-19 pandemic?
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Woman Hosts Pandemic Parties Using Plastic Pods for Social Distancing

A woman in New York City thought of a smart way for people to socialize while social distancing. She hosts pandemic parties while people stay in plastic pods.
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Study Suggests People Who Ignore Social Distancing Rules Show Higher Rates of Psychopathy

A new study soon to be published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science says that those who ignored the protocol of social distancing showed higher rates of “dark traits,” such as psychopathy. Read more.
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Dutch Club Reopens, But Partiers Must Sit In Chairs

What are you supposed to do at the drop?
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What Should Group Gatherings Look Like Now? Experts Weigh In

As states across the country continue on their paths of phased reopenings, many are left wondering what their group gatherings can look like now or if they can even happen at all. See the details.
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Bar Unveils Tube Tables on Wheels to Help Customers Social Distance

A bar in Maryland came up with a creative solution to help customers remain socially distant when it reopens. The famous Ocean City bar revealed its new social distancing tubes for customers.
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Is It Safe to Hug a Relative You Haven't Been Quarantining With?

If you’re missing human touch during self-isolation, you’re not alone. Is it safe for a person to hug a relative you have not been quarantining with?
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Remote Counseling Sees Spike In Demand

A growing part of the medical industry has seen an increase in demand because of COVID-19. Therapists say more people are seeking out remote mental health counseling as they deal with uncertainty related to the virus. Read more.
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