We find ourselves in an extraordinary and unusual time with this worldwide global pandemic. At last check, every country (more than 180+) has been affected by the Coronavirus (also known as Covid-19). Not all countries have been affected equally. But the majority of them have used similar methods to help to combat the spread. Most have implemented some form of distancing or even lockdowns. This help to keep people from coming in close contact with infected people. A new term has been coined to help people to understand this, and it is called social distancing. It is being recommended that all people stay at least 6 feet apart and all times out in public. However, How all this apply for scuba diving ? Is it safe to go diving during the pandemic ?
“There has never been anything like deepspot”. For many people who are new to scuba diving, the extent of their training consisted of diving in a pool at the local YMCA. This is because many smalldive shops popped up without having the luxury of a large body of water around. Unfortunately, most inground swimming pools don’t offer much of a challenge when it comes to intermediate or advanced divers.