Wouldn’t it be wonderful if social distancing were a thing of the past? If we could hug our friends, see our relatives and have dinner with them or allow our children all the play dates they request? No one wants life before the pandemic to resume more than children whose worlds have shrunk dramatically. Their understanding of why, however, is vague and abstract.
It has been difficult enough for adults to wrap their heads around the coronavirus and its implications. Imagine being a young child. You may be tired of the questions: Why do we have to wash our hands so much? When can I play with my friends? Why can’t I see Grandma and Grandpa?
Source: Alex Brissenden
As a public service, Drs. Lauren Block, a primary care physician and medical educator, and Adam Block, a public health economist, created Kelly Stays Home: The…