If a person has COVID-19 sneezes or coughs, the person sprays small drops of liquid from his mouth or nose that may contain the coronavirus. If you are too close to that person at that moment, you can take a breath and get infected. To avoid this, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends keeping at least 1-meter distance between you and anyone who coughs or sneezes. However, some of us don’t understand this and don’t follow these recommendations. But, as it turned out, even animals know what social distance is and actively practicing it.