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7. Discuss the length of your commitment. Are you expecting that the pod will last months? Or would you rather start with a two-week trial period, and then check back in to see how things are going? Discuss this sooner rather than later to avoid miscommunication.
4. Also, try to find a family that has a low risk of complications from the coronavirus. For higher-risk households, make sure they are comfortable with the risks being taken and that *you* are comfortable and willing to modify your behavior to accommodate them.
2. “If the other household is already caring for their neighbor and playing occasionally with their cousins, then there are a number of ways an infection chain could start,” says @StfnFlsch, an infectious disease epidemiologist. The idea is to create a closed loop.
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