July 4, 2020
On following Covid-19 rules (articles from NPR)

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Health experts agree that the etiquette of epidemics can be super thorny. On the one hand, you care about safety and believe others ought to stick to certain rules for the well-being of the general public. On the other hand, it can be awkward to encourage others to follow health guidelines. You don't want to come across as rude. But sometimes it really, really does feel as if the world is at stake. It is a worldwide pandemic, after all!

Reference information: Baskar, P. 2020. "Coronavirus FAQs: Is There A Polite Way To Remind Someone To Follow Pandemic Rules?" NPR.

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I like to run. And bike. And go for walks. Especially during the pandemic. It's a time I can almost forget about the novel coronavirus. But some people are trying to make me feel guilty about outdoor exercise.

Reference information: Silver, M. 2020. "Masks And The Outdoor Exerciser: Advice For Runners, Bikers, Walkers, Hikers". NPR.