Locations

Etiquette

Store

Keep your distance when walking down the aisles
Give space to others and don't crowd the checkout areas
Opt for touchless Credit Card Usage

Gym

Try to use every other machine away from others
Inquire about an outdoor workout area or an indoor enclosed space
Remember not to crowd together in saunas and hot tubs

Bar

Provide at least one empty seat between you and someone else for maximum comfort
Outdoor seating is always a good alternative if the weather permits

Restaurant

Sit down at least a free table away from anyone else to preserve a small private space
If you notice a line to the restroom, try to wait until it disperses before going

Gas Station

Pay with a credit card for convenience and no cash contact



Social Scenarios

Interactions

Strangers

Wave and opt out of the handshake

Friends

Do an "air shake" when greeting a friend
Telecommunications are always great options to catch up

Family

Try to keep a bit of space from older family members

Dating

Opt for an outdoor activity, especially on the first date



Exploration

Directives

Streets

Walk with the flow of other people rather against them and in between

Parks

Try to find your own special area to enjoy the view and your day

Beaches

A car length should give everyone ample space for their privacy and enjoyment
Make sure to keep a bit of distance while in the water



Travel

Hints

Car

Try to sit at least one seating row away from the driver for comfort and safety

Bus

Try not to stand directly next to someone sitting down to avoid crowding them
Enter the bus in a single file line rather than one crowd

Train

Give some space to others when waiting for the train at the platform