Applying "zones of influence" to social distancing in schools

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Abstract

Social distancing is important in controlling the spread of Covid-19. This strategy has proven to be highly effective in flattening the curve of new cases/deaths. In this article I discuss the spatial implications of England's social distancing policy in relation to the school setting and, in particular, how this might apply to seating configurations in schools as the Covid-19 lockdown, implemented from 23 March 2020, is gradually eased.

The following discussion would also be relevant to spatial considerations for the design of open-plan offices and the placement of office workers’ desks.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationSignificance
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jul 2020

Keywords

  • COVID-19
  • zone of influence

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