Social Distancing


In all the reporting and stories coming out of the current Covid-19 pandemic, you have likely heard the phrase “social distancing” used in reference to slowing the spread of the disease. 

Social distancing is a broad term for a model of keeping individuals as isolated from one another as possible. Some common practices of social distancing include:

Personal Isolation or Quarantine


Cancellation of Mass Gatherings (sporting events, concerts, etc.)


Self-shielding (using face masks)


Click Here to learn more about this practice.

While most of us are very new to this term, it has a great deal of historic precedent for its implementation.

Click through the gallery below and see through the experience of the 1918 Influenza why the practice became necessary.