Gummie Bears & COVID-19 Droplet Transmission
Updated: Aug 28, 2020
All the Gummie Bears are safe! Minimal to no chance of droplet transmission at 6 ft. or more apart. Tip: This photo/drawing can be used to teach yourself, others, & kids about COVID-19.
Public health, Infectious Diseases, Medicine, Pythagorean Theorem & Gummie Bear art like I saw on Pinterest all in this fun little piece. See some exmaples of my inspiration for the Gummie Bear art at the bottom of the post.
Tip: This photo can be used to teach yourself, others and kids about COVID-19 transmission and also the Pythagorean Theorem as noted above.
You can also make it an activity if you're bored stuck inside. People can draw it themselves. If you don't have Gummie Bears, you can use other candies (like M&Ms) or even buttons or something in place of the gummie bears. :)
Give it a try! We are good at this!
For more information about COVID-19, check out the CDC.gov website:
From the CDC:
How COVID-19 Spreads
Person-to-person spread: The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person.
- Between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet).
- Through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
If you're bored stuck inside, check out this post:
How I did it:
I just used Gummie Bears, a Sharpie and the straight edge of this Post-it notepad because I couldn't find a ruler.
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Gummie Bears at the Carnival
Gummie Bear Tetris