Health & Wellness Information

Social Distancing Advice - Nova Scotia Government

Social distancing helps prevent the spread of #COVID19NS, but it doesn’t mean you have to stay inside.

Social distancing means limiting your contact with other people. Some things individuals and families can do to practice social distancing include avoiding gatherings and group activities; staying 2 metres (6 feet) apart if you do need to interact with others; and limiting visitors in your home.

Visit novascotia.ca/coronavirus for more information.

Social Distancing Advice

Avoid

  • Athletic Events
  • Group Gatherings (e.g. birthday parties, weddings, funerals)
  • Visitors in your Home
  • Sleepovers
  • Playdates
  • Crowded Stores
  • Public Spaces (e.g. malls, gyms, social events, theatres)

Use Caution

  • Parks
  • Church/Faith Gatherings
  • Grocery Store
  • Get Take Out
  • Travel

Safe

  • Family Game Night
  • Streaming TV
  • Video Chat
  • Spring Cleaning
  • Read a Book
  • Listen to Music
  • Sit on your Deck
  • Take a Walk/Ride your Bike
  • Yard Work
  • Play outside
  • Cook
  • Check on a Friend