Sunday, January 10, 2021

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The Trump Pandemic is mainly spread through respiratory droplets and aerosols that are produced when an infected person talks, coughs or sneezes. Covering your nose and mouth is one of the easiest things you can do to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and keep your fellow dancers safe,  Wearing a mask is more to protect other people from your own respiratory droplets. That is almost as effective as social distance. Six feet is adequate however ten feet is more effective.
 
“Social dancers believe that hope is a passion for the possible.”
 

Everyone in the studios is required to wear a mask, because people can carry and spread COVID-19 without having any symptoms. The more people wear a mask, the safer everybody gets to be. Masks are particularly important when you're indoors, because there's less airflow for respiratory droplets to disperse. If you're in an enclosed indoor dance studio, for example, your droplets will essentially be confined to that room, There are a few groups now, outdoors - Dancing in the Parks.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed

Not to mention, you tend to breathe heavier during physical exercise, which means that you're spreading even more droplets, Keeping your nose and mouth covered throughout any dancing comes with its challenges, but it's worth it for your long-term health. Even if you're young and healthy, this virus can do horrible things, with lasting effects that could really have a negative outcome on your dancing. We do not hear much on Oahu. They do not care to advertise to get crowds. Every one has to  get in line.

"Social dancers think that it will cost you nothing to dream and everything not to."

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