Why some people can't resist crowds despite the pandemic Blame evolution for our compulsion to socialize even with the risk of COVID-19 : By Rebecca Renner

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/06/why-people-cannot-resist-crowds-socializing-despite-the-coronavirus-pandemic-cvd/?cmpid=org%3Dngp%3A%3Amc%3Dsocial%3A%3Asrc%3Dfacebook%3A%3Acmp%3Deditorial%3A%3Aadd%3Dfb20200624science-covidpeopleriskingcrowds%3A%3Arid%3D&fbclid=IwAR3k7VSr7dlq0J59C3iuMkfkKTfiu_JoXtjeFmZNrknGmyAPwkz6Wwk43Xw


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