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Taiwanese Ministry Uses Animal Crossing: New Horizons To Promote Social Distancing

Taiwanese Ministry Uses Animal Crossing: New Horizons To Promote Social Distancing 1
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After Taiwan went into the spotlight for assuring its citizens that they will never ban Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the Taiwanese Ministry of Interior has capitalized on the popularity of the game to promote social distancing.

Although the coronavirus remains under control in Taiwan, the government is promoting social distancing to reduce the risk of exposing people to the virus.

In some of the photos below you can find models dressing in a similar way as Animal Crossing characters promoting social distancing (maintaining a distance of 1m away from each other while walking, 1.5m indoors, and eating with plastic dividers):

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