Human Spacing - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing

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

Social distancing and physical distancing are interchangeable terms that mean keeping space between yourself and others who are outside of your home. The CDC recommends physically separating yourself from others with at least six feet, about two arms’ length, of space.

This is one of the best ways to help to slow the spread and avoid exposure of COVID-19. As the virus can spread between people before they know they are sick, physical distance from others is important even with people who may present no symptoms. Social distancing is crucial for people who are at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.

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.'


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COVID-19 Social Distancing (Minimum): 6’ (72”) | 1.83 m

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