Human beings and animals will practice social distancing to avoid disease–to a point. But for humans, benefits such as “global disease surveillance, rapid global communication and centralized governments with public health departments,” may be wasted if we choose our social instincts over the evolutionary instinct that tells us to stay away from areas of potential infection.
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