We’ll think twice before entering crowded indoor spaces.
You probably aware of the unfortunate moment when you’re running late for work, and when you get to the train station, you notice that it’s incredibly crowded. Or, you get in an elevator even though it’s full of people and you’re all just sitting there squished together.
However, the coronavirus pandemic made us think twice before entering such crowded spaces. Also, limitations have been put in place by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) since COVID-19, in order to prevent the spread of the virus.
Even though we definitely miss going out to a club, attending a concert or a sporting event with our friends, we should try to avoid crowded places altogether. We still don’t know how things will look like after the pandemic is over when it comes to restrictions, but many health experts believe that people will now rethink entering crowded indoor spaces, including entering a full bus or a subway.
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