Astronauts give tips on dealing with social isolation

COVID-19 is still in the atmosphere. Although many states are reopening, the deadly disease has killed more than 400,000 peopleworldwide — and counting.

As a result, many of us have been isolating in our homes for months. There's light at the end of the tunnel, but on a whole, we're continuing to spend a ton of time inside. Alone. 
Recently, I realized it had been a full month since I’d had direct contact with anyone outside of my family — no cashiers, no delivery people, no Uber drivers. Sitting on the floor of my bedroom, the thought crossed my mind that I felt like an astronaut: stuck inside a little space, with only the same few faces to see in real life, everyone else appearing on a screen. My next thought was, I bet an astronaut could give some pretty solid tips on coping with quarantine.
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