Need a graphic to show you how to measure six feet of social distance? Several states have published charts that only their residents may understand.
From bears to alligators to about 500 mosquitoes, states such as California and Alaska are using creative ways to teach the public on how to measure six feet:
A CBS affiliate in San Diego measured social distancing from burritos to beers (FYI, California burritos are good).
From bunnies and bears, Alaska found creative ways to measure physical distancing with their state staples.
Texas has their own creative way to measure physical/social distancing using animals.
Whether you are visiting a state park or a grocery store, here’s 6 feet of social distancing, Texas wildlife style!Posted by Guadalupe River State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife on Sunday, April 5, 2020
Although this can also apply to Houstonians, Floridians are using alligators to measure social distancing.
Kentucky had other ways to measure physical/social distancing: using Lincoln top hats and bourbon barrels and a horse. They even came up with their own slogan.