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Socially Distant Spaces Serve As Silver Lining During Pandemic




Two friends enjoy their lunch together at a safe distance in central Leeds on March 21, 2020, a day after the British government said it would help cover the wages of people hit by the coronavirus outbreak as it tightened restrictions to curb the spread of the disease.
Two friends enjoy their lunch together at a safe distance in central Leeds on March 21, 2020, a day after the British government said it would help cover the wages of people hit by the coronavirus outbreak as it tightened restrictions to curb the spread of the disease.
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Seeking out safe ways to interact with friends and family has been one of countless challenges posed by the pandemic. Many have tried to adapt to socially-distant circumstances by finding new spaces that they can meet up while also abiding by CDC guidelines.

From parks to playgrounds and botanic gardens, L.A.’s greener areas have seen waves of newcomers, even as the weather cools down. Those with a penchant for escapism have frequented hiking trails, drive-in movies, and farmer’s markets in order to interact with loved ones outside of their household.

Are there any new spots you’ve discovered during the pandemic that allow for social distancing? Let us know by calling 866-893-5722.