What Is Proper COVID-19 Etiquette?

Chicagoans have drastically different opinions on what is and isn’t appropriate during the coronavirus pandemic

VIRUS OUTBREAK DAILY LIFE
A decal showing six feet social distancing instructions is seen on the floor of Eastern Market in Washington, Thursday, June 18, 2020. Eastern Market is open for to-go and curbside pickup. Carolyn Kaster / AP Photo
VIRUS OUTBREAK DAILY LIFE
A decal showing six feet social distancing instructions is seen on the floor of Eastern Market in Washington, Thursday, June 18, 2020. Eastern Market is open for to-go and curbside pickup. Carolyn Kaster / AP Photo

What Is Proper COVID-19 Etiquette?

Chicagoans have drastically different opinions on what is and isn’t appropriate during the coronavirus pandemic

While some people are self-isolating during the pandemic, others are refusing to even wear a mask in public. So, why do so many people disagree on this issue?

Reset checks in with Northwestern University psychiatrist to discuss proper COVID-19 etiquette.

GUEST: Dr. Crystal Clark, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern University