Social Distancing Explained

An article written by Lee Sonogan

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Note: Content of this article will feature on ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE ONLINE under the book There’s No Such Thing As A Utopia (First Draft) done in parts. – With this being in effect due to the coronavirus I might as will let it be inspirational for my political book…

“There is a silent deference for one another, a distance that is kept, and lines that aren’t crossed, but in their sharing, they each try to pay tribute to the bond in their own way. As often as possible, they open up a little and give what they can.” ― Dan Groat, An Enigmatic Escape: A Trilogy

In the wake of the coronavirus, it has made people more aware of the need for social distancing for the sake of the welfare of the common good regarding all. The pros and cons of isolation and its effects in privatisation to hysteria. And precautions in preparation to sudden changes implemented for the future. These control actions named from this particular infection stops or slows down the spread of disease with objective methods to flatten a curve.

This curve could also represent other world problems as well. For intense, isolating people to groups into politics, philosophy, mentalities and emotional is a well-known practice. Statically gathered facts from the best sources of information you can get, individuals need to put in the time and effort to research that for logical understandings while fair limitations of freedom are still in place.

Protective measures are important enough to be taken seriously to move forward without any panic. Building on a foundation that can stand up its two legs, any potential outbreak surviving to develop a stable power of recovering overall. Makes the people know not to fix what is not broke and see what else is a fundamental necessity. Privative industries retain their hold on the stock markets and so much more.

In conclusion, whatever alone moments you may feel, it is an incentive to relax and reflect on planning and show over ideas that may have been overlooked. Encourages work under no guilt done at home. International unification of the world to some degree and most important decisions being made that all should know at different levels of reasoning. Complexity sometimes needs saturated periods to execute end results.

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