Six Feet of Separation – SD Guide to Social Distancing

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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 reddit.com, six feet of separation is equivalent to four surfboards, 12 fish tacos, 24 craft beers, or 28 avocados placed side by side.


For current information and guidelines related to COVID-19, visit the SD County News Center at https://www.countynewscenter.com/

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