If six feet of separation are the best weapon to stop the coronavirus from spreading, not everyone seems to be fighting this deadly disease together. From random strangers who invade the personal space of others in the grocery store to clutches of teenagers magnetically attracted to one another, you needn’t look far for people who aren’t practicing safe “social distancing.” What’s the best approach to keep these people apart?
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Andover - Ethel B. (Brindle) Cross of Andover died on March 21, 2020, in Andover. Born in Providence, R.I., in 1920, Ethel was the daughter of Ethel (Sewell) and Arthur Brindle. She spent her childhood and early adolescence in Maine and New Hampshire, and moved with her family as a teenager …
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