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Social Distancing is Not the Same as Being Antisocial. But How?

Due to the rapidly escalating health concerns relating to the spread of Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19), the Government of the Republic of Indonesia encourage the people to perform social distancing and self-quarantine.

However, did you know that social distancing is not the same as being antisocial? But how? Let’s find out!

Smile, Wave, Do the Wakanda Greeting

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Fun fact:  you can still communicate as well as be friendly and polite while maintaining your distance from others.


Meet Your Friends, Colleagues, and a Lot of People Online through Social Media

But please use social media wisely. (And be aware of fake news and rumors out there.)


Stay in Touch through the Various Chat Platforms Available

Communicate, stay in touch, discuss, and tell them how you feel about current issues. (No HOAXS please!)


Can’t go to Campus? No problem!

Many universities like BINUS UNIVERSITY provide virtual classrooms where you can get lectures directly from the lecturers and discuss with your classmates online.

Gotta keep learning, y’all!


Stay Productive by Working from Your Home

Social distancing and self-quarantine do not mean you can’t be productive at work!

Utilize various apps and platforms to maintain your productivity. For example, Microsoft Teams as a virtual working space and to keep in touch with your co-workers, Zoom to do meetings online, and many more!

Due to the rapidly escalating health concerns relating to the spread of Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19), BINUS UNIVERSITY is striving to take preventive efforts with the aim of protecting the health of all students, lecturers, employees, and all related parties.

Visit to stay up to date with BINUS UNIVERSITY’s efforts in preventing the spread of COVID-19 and protecting the students and the academic community in the campus environment.

Let’s together prevent the Coronavirus from spreading. Stay hygienic, stay healthy!