By William Yen
At a press conference in Taipei, Chang Shu-sen (張書森), an associate professor at the Institute of Health Behavior and Community Sciences, said that even though the public are encouraged to promote social distancing during the pandemic, they should not totally disconnect from friends and family members who are fighting the virus or who are in quarantine.
"Social distancing is not the same as social disconnection or exclusion," Chang said.
Instead, the real goal is to widen the physical distance between people to slow the spread of the pandemic, Chang said, adding that people can still show their love, affection and care through a phone call. [FULL STORY]