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Human Spacing - Personal Space
Scaled elevation illustration of two people talking showing the human distances related to our perception of personal space

Personal space varies depending on the situation and the interaction. A spacing of 0”-18” (0-45.7 cm) between people is often considered as being an intrusion of personal space, while a distance of 18”-30” (45.7-76.2 cm) is typically a comfortable zone for maintaining personal space. Being in the zone of 30”-48” (76.2-121.9 cm) apart is on the upper range of a personal distance.

Personal space varies depending on the situation and the interaction. A spacing of 0”-18” (0-45.7 cm) between people is often considered as being an intrusion of personal space, while a distance of 18”-30” (45.7-76.2 cm) is typically a comfortable zone for maintaining personal space. Being in the zone of 30”-48” (76.2-121.9 cm) apart is on the upper range of a personal distance.

Human Spacing - Personal Space
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Personal Space (Close): 0”-18” | 0-45.7 cm

Personal Space (Comfortable): 18”-30” | 45.7-76.2 cm

Personal Space (Far): 30”-48” | 76.2-121.9 cm

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Human Spacing - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing
Scaled illustration of the CDC recommended spacing for preventing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) with social distancing

The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) recommended distance between people for preventing and limiting the spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is approximately 6’ (1.83 m). 6 feet (1.83 m) should be used as a minimum spacing for social distancing between people during COVID-19, and any distance less than 6’ (1.83 m) is considered 'close contact.'

Dimensioned drawing of people walking with the CDC recommended distance for Coronavirus (COVID-19) social distancing

The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) recommended distance between people for preventing and limiting the spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is approximately 6’ (1.83 m). 6 feet (1.83 m) should be used as a minimum spacing for social distancing between people during COVID-19, and any distance less than 6’ (1.83 m) is considered 'close contact.'

Dimensioned drawing of people walking with the CDC recommended distance for Coronavirus (COVID-19) social distancing
Human Spacing - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing
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COVID-19 Social Distancing (Minimum): 6’ (72”) | 1.83 m

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Men - Protective Masks - Walking
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5’9” | 175 cm
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Protective Masks
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Disinfection Workers - Standing
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Protective Suits
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Women - Protective Masks - Standing
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5’4” | 163 cm
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