The Department of Human Services (DHS) has released updated guidance for visitations and non-medical outings as well as consideration of community transmission. Revisions are in red text.
The term “social distancing” is the practice of increasing the physical space between individuals and decreasing the frequency of contact to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Ideally, at least six feet should be maintained between all individuals, even those who are asymptomatic. The more recent term, “physical distancing”, is used to stress the importance of maintaining physical space when in public areas.