Socializing Indoors: What the Experts Say

Covid-19 spreads much more easily indoors than it does outdoors. That’s something scientists know for certain. In Elemental, experts argue that you really shouldn’t be socializing indoors if you don’t want to spread Covid-19. Yet some experts tell The Atlantic that expecting no one to socialize indoors without a vaccine is unrealistic, offering suggestions for making indoor time possible (a bubble is a good idea, for example). Here’s a few helpful stories to read on the subject.




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