A guide to negotiating a covid 'bubble' with other people

In some places, “double-bubbling” is becoming official policy: households are being encouraged to buddy up for the sake of variety and mental health. But negotiating to become part of someone else’s intimate circle in the midst of a pandemic is fraught with dangers both medical (what if you inadvertently infect one another?) and social. (What if you have a falling out? Whom do you pick? What if they don’t pick you?).

Publisher: MIT Technology Review | Author: Gideon Lichfield

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guidance and reopening
DATE PUBLISHED
2020-05-09 (Modified: 2021-09-20)

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https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/05/09/1001547/coronavirus-bubble-pod-quaranteam-social-distancing-negotiation/

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