Should the stay-at-home order keep people from going into the outdoors?

“There’s a robust amount of research that looks at the negative impact of isolation and loneliness when we stay inside and don’t interact socially — it can be just as bad as smoking or obesity,” Miller said.
That’s why Miller and other psychologists are encouraging people to physically distance, instead of socially distancing. They are still encouraging people to reach out to their family and friends over the phone or video conferencing to help with their mental health.
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