What Makes Social Distancing Effective ( Infographics)

Social distancing is proven to be useful in reducing the spread of germs and the chances of droplet infections.

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As Coronavirus spreads when  droplets from the  infected people or asymptomatic carriers reaches the healthy persons. It can happen while sneezing, coughing or even talking. As the droplets cannot spread beyond 6 ft, social distancing norms stipulate maintaining a minimum of 6 ft  from one another when people are at public places.

Maintaining adequate space between individuals can limit the spread of germs. When people  stand  apart, the germs can be kept at a distance too! Though it may not guarantee 100% safety from possible infections, it is a proven way to cut down the risks drastically.

It’s a simple yet effective way to play your part in making the office and your community a cleaner place. Social distancing indeed  is a small price to pay to keep others safe. The more distance you maintain between yourself and other people, the less likely you are to contract germs.


Infections spread easily through physical contact from person to person. This is why it is important to reduce close contact with one another and maintain safe distance while in public places. The prime goal of social distancing is to reduce the basic reproduction number, known as the “R naught”, which represents the average number of people that can be infected by one person. The R naught of COVID-19 is between 1.5 and 3.5 which means that for every infected  person, there can be as many as 3.5 more positive cases.

Post pandemic, the way people  move about or carry out their daily business will change drastically. Share work culture changes that you are bringing in to make your organization germ proof to the extent possible.