Experts answered the 16 burning questions you have about social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, from "Should I go out to dinner or the bar?" to "Can I go to the gym?"
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- The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends "social distancing" to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
- Social distancing is a public health term used to describe taking intentional actions to track and prevent the spread of disease. It includes things like avoiding crowds and staying home when you're sick.
- The novel coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic as of March 11, and as the number of cases in the US grows each day, CDC guidelines recommend minimizing in-person human interaction.
- As of Sunday, the CDC recommends canceling and postponing gatherings of more than 50 people. But what does that mean for necessary tasks like working, eating, and doing laundry?
- We asked experts the answers to all your burning questions about social distancing and how to stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what they said.
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