It appears Safe Socialization is needed on college campuses. Social distancing, face masks and antiviral antiseptics offer diminished benefit to increasingly isolated students who may go off campus to socialize or otherwise rebel against medically logical but draconian rules. Social isolation is not a long term solution.
Sociologists and psychologists should create many safe social activities on campus in conjunction with infectious disease physicians. College students may be at greater risk facing severe isolation just when they leave their nuclear families. A goal is to keep happy students safely engaged on campus. #safesocializationTags: Coronavirus, COVID-19, Safe Socialization
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This post was written by Dr. Jeffrey Dorfman