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Social and Physical Distancing – Tools to Help Build Awareness

The Provincial Health Officer is calling for physical and social distancing to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 and making one another sick. This means keeping about two metres (six feet) from each other.

Wondering what social distancing means for families? We’ve created a simple information graphic – that was approved by the Ministry of Health – to help you make informed decisions about everything from playdates to playing sports outside.

Dr. Bonnie Henry has said when people go outside for fresh air, they should do so with members of the same household and while staying away from others.

See our Social Distancing for Families – Infographic

For those who aren’t telecommuting, you may also find our information graphic on social distancing at work helpful.

See our Social Distancing at Work – Infographic

We each play an important part in the physical and social distancing fight against COVID-19. 

Read the Burnaby Now article about the Social Distancing for Families Infographic

Posted March 24, 2020