Some baseball fans can return – As of early March 2021, a handful of the 30 MLB teams had yet to release their attendance plans. However, the number of fans who will be allowed to attend games is predicted to range from 10 percent to 30 percent capacity in various stadiums. #Baseball #Baseball2021
CDC Updates Operational Strategy for K-12 Schools to Reflect New Evidence on Physical Distance in Classrooms – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is updating K–12 school guidance to reflect the latest science on physical distance between students in classrooms. CDC now recommends that, with universal masking, students should maintain a distance of at least 3 feet in classroom settings. CDC has updated its operational strategy to say:
Easter celebrations in the era of social distancing – Holidays have been celebrated differently since the outbreak of COVID-19 in late 2019. Easter was among the first major holidays to be celebrated differently in 2020, and celebrations likely won’t return to normal in 2021.
Safe ways to celebrate the Super Bowl – It likely will be even more difficult for diehard fans to attend the Super Bowl in person. Here are some ways to safely celebrate while enjoying the game. #SuperBowl
How to enjoy a safe Mardi Gras this year – Celebrating Mardi Gras at home may be the safest bet. The following tips can help make such celebrations more festive. #MardiGras
7 ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a socially distant manner – The following are seven socially distant Valentine’s Day celebration ideas. #ValentinesDay
What a confusing time to be a pirate – a funny social distancing theme using a pirate.
3 ways to stay connected with customers while social distancing – The following are three ways for small businesses to stay connected with their customers even when those customers are not allowed to enter their facilities.
Suicide and social distancing – Suicide poses a significant threat every year, but that threat might be even greater in 2020.