Keeping our distance is not easy, but in these times, it can save lives. Social distancing is probably the biggest challenge of all right now. Government measures are designed to slow down the spread of the corona virus, which is currently causing almost the entire world to stand still.
State of emergency in most cities – almost no people on the streets. The government’s contact restrictions accompany us at all levels in our daily lives. Meeting friends or maintaining social contacts is only possible via video chat or phone call, public transport and large crowds are to be avoided: #stayathome.
Only the way to the baker, to the supermarket or to the pharmacy is still possible. But here too, “keeping distance” is the top priority. Unfortunately, this is not always possible in narrow supermarket aisles or when queuing in small shops. At the same time, protection for sales staff cannot always be guaranteed.