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5 Thinking Errors That Could Sink Social Distancing

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Staying compliant with stay-at-home rules is hard. So is staying at home of your own accord if your local area starts to ease restrictions prematurely.

Some experts have been surprised at how compliant the public have been overall with stay-at-home orders. Although many people have been compliant, common faulty thinking errors risk undermining people's continued compliance.

When you're aware of these errors, you can stay vigilant and help others do the same. Common thinking errors that undermine social distancing. 1.

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