From its first-recorded emergence in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019, Covid-19 has spread quickly around the world. Not merely a health crisis, the Covid crisis has brought with it rapid and significant changes in people’s everyday lives. Its impacts are currently felt in every geographical region of the world. The physical isolation, travel restrictions and quarantine measures introduced globally to control and contain the spread of the coronavirus have created contractions in most national economies and forced people to study, work and engage in leisure activities from home for many weeks. Health experts and governments across the world have been advising people to practice social distancing to halt the spread of the deadly coronavirus. However, that is easier said than done because it involves staying away from people to avoid the spreading and catching the virus, but it is not within our nature to lock ourselves away or shun social interaction. Moreover, the sheer size of the world population makes not encountering someone impossible.
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