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What is a safe distance to maintain in this #COVID19 pandemic? The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends a social distance of 1 metre, but countries like Australia, Singapore, the UK and the US have different rules.

The #coronavirus spreads through coughing, sneezing and talking loudly. Studies have shown that mucus and saliva can travel as far as 8 metres.

#WhyItMatters puts the various recommended safe distances to the saliva droplets test using blacklight. Here’s why you should mask up.

WATCH: The full episode of How Is The Pandemic Changing Us: https://youtu.be/b4p1lp5M_Wo
Episode 2: The Secret To Living Virtually: https://youtu.be/GBUi48L_hYk
Episode 3: How Is The Pandemic Changing Us?: https://youtu.be/mta3NmggJVs

About the series: What will it take to survive this pandemic – and prepare for the next? How is this pandemic changing the way we work, travel or use the loo? Can Virtual Reality be the key to keeping us sane amid social isolation?

WATCH: Our other COVID-19 documentaries: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDjM834YWrs&list=PLkMf14VQEvTaOTJkNGXEuu_lF8uyIK3V4

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