As the coronavirus continues to spread, one phrase is being used to combat the pandemic, which can be transferred through close human-to-human contact: social distancing.As the death toll and the number of those infected increases daily, the rules of personal engagement are being redefined to prevent further infections. That involves the changing of routines and personal habits.The White House on Monday announced new guidelines urging Americans to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people and to postpone all nonessential travel.LIBERTY VITTERT: SOCIAL DISTANCING FOR CORONAVIRUS WILL SAVE LIVES – LOOK AT THESE NUMBERS Staff of “Food and Friends,” a food distribution service for people with life-challenging illnesses, practice social distancing by standing a clear distance apart as they listen to District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser speak about the city’s response to the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) Across the world, people are keeping their distance from one another as the COVID-19 prompts people to break old habits. Shoppers in line have been seen standing several feet apart and churches are filled with worshippers sitting in mostly empty pews.In Italy, the country hardest hit by the virus outside of mainland China, a government decree specified that people stand at least three feet apart

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