Ways To Get Human Interaction While Social Distancing or Self-Quarantining

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By this point, we should all be up-to-speed that leaving your house, even if you’re a seemingly-healthy young person, is dangerous for your community. Many across America are working remotely (if they can) and limiting their time in crowded public spaces in order to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. The practice of “social distancing” has a lot of us binge-watching Netflix and reading more than ever before, but it’s only a matter of time before we start longing for human connection. The temptation to invite your self-reported “healthy” friends over or meet up at a bar is undoubtedly there and we’re all getting a bit stir crazy. Lucky for us, technology exists and we can basically do everything we might do in-person with our friends from afar. If you’re thinking about breaking the rules of self-quarantine, read this instead:

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