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Showing impact behind social distancing

Seeing the impact of social distancing helps me commit to it.

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Social distancing seemed a bit abstract in its effectiveness. This article's infographic was extremely simple and, to my eyes, even optimistic in showing the impact of a step like social distancing to flatten the curve.

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2020/world/corona-simulator/

Did this resource motivate you to change your behaviors?

  • Yes

In what ways did you change your behaviors as a result of this resource?

It helped me become a neutral follower of social distancing to an active promoter of it. It also helped me shift my perspective to social distancing being merely a physical limitation, by reducing my physical presence I actually started increasing my digital and virtual presence with others (via phone calls, face time, and scheduled connections to look forward to)

Did you share this information with your network?

  • Yes

In what ways did you share this information?

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Where are you getting information around COVID-19?

  • News: Digital

What information do you feel you are missing about COVID-19?

I almost feel like I'm drowning in COVID-19 related information and I know there are a lot of questions. I would like to see COVID reported cases by county, rather than by state. State is too broad for something that transmits within 6 feet.

I would love to see profiles on how we successfully fought past epidemics, the stories of success. Even if it is unique from how we'll fight this one, I think it would be optimistic.

What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?

Audiences of radicalized/politicized media

Individuals who avoid news

Homeless population

What is your current profession?

Sr. Project Manager—learning and training

In what city are you located?

San Francisco

In what country are you located?

United States

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