How Close is Too Close?
The COVID-19 infection has made “social distancing” a common phrase. It means that we should keep a “physical distance” of at least six feet from other people. Students learn about why six feet is a safe distance. Some people infected with SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, do not feel sick. However, they still can pass the virus to someone else. Physical distancing is one of the best ways to keep the virus from reaching and infecting other people.
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The COVID HACKS curriculum project is made possible thanks to the support from Laura & John Arnold and Baylor College of Medicine. Scientists, educators and physicians from Baylor College of Medicine provided content, feedback and technical reviews.