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As some businesses start to reopen, many questions surrounding personal space and safety have arisen, making many wonder what returning to work will look like. Many who work in large office buildings have no choice but to take elevators as part of their daily commute, but how do you stay safe when you’re crowded into a small space with others? Silence is golden, as talking spreads droplets. If a large group of people tries to get on, getting off the elevator might be in your best interest.
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