Six Feet of Separation – SD Guide to Social Distancing


SD County News says, “Social distancing is an infection control action that public health officials take to stop or slow down the spread of a contagious disease. The goal is for people to avoid close contact with each other and stay six feet apart.” But what does that really mean? As posted in a image on San Diego, six feet of separation is equivalent to four surfboards, 12 fish tacos, 24 craft beers, or 28 avocados placed side by side.

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