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Social bubbles always burst — from COVID-19 to the past 10,000 years

By Justin Jennings, Associate Professor, Anthropology, University of Toronto
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Our lives consist of a complex and dense web of interactions that ultimately make physical and social distancing attempts impossible. And this has always been the case in human society.

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