As the coronavirus continues to decimate on a global scale, we've all been forced to realize just how fragile life can be. No one expected the string of a disease we once knew to become such a deadly force. And after rumors that a vaccine could take up to twelve months have surfaced, we must come together to help those most vulnerable in our society.

And there's one method we have been advised to adopt: Social distancing.

To make it easier for you guys, BroadwayHD is offering a free service where you can watch broadway musicals for a limited time. Keep scrolling to see a list of which ones are on offer...

Social Distancing: What is it?

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You've probably heard this term being thrown about these past few weeks but what is the true meaning behind it?

It is the act of limiting social interaction.

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This includes reducing how often we go out to visit our friends, other family members, how often we attend events and gatherings.

Is it effective?

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How do I stress this so that the world can understand? It is very important that we control and limit our social interaction as it will prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. If you don't come into contact with people as often, you can't pass on the germs.

How can we do this effectively?

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In order to carry out social distancing in an effective manner, we all need to first understand how serious this global pandemic has become. Why? Because some people don't realize the severity of this virus, ain't that right, Vanessa Hudgens and co.?

It's about protecting the more vulnerable people in our society.

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There are many factors that make some people more susceptible to falling victim to the disease and it typically involves their health or their age.

So if you're young, healthy and contract the virus, you've got a good chance of surviving...

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But it's not about you. It's about everyone else. That's why social distancing is important, in order to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.

And recently, people have been sharing tips online about how to spend all your free time...

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I know things seem hopeless right now, but these photos and tips are so heartwarming that your faith in our communities will be restored. Keep scrolling to see them as well as the surprise BroadwayHD has in store for us all...

Tip 1:

You can still enjoy food from restaurants and cafes without physically being there. While delivery services are still available, make the most of them!

Tip 2:

Working from home can be difficult for anyone, especially if you're not used to it so getting into a good mind space can help.

Tip 3:

Another thing that can help those of us working remotely is keeping your body healthy. Water is essential. Stay hydrated, kids.

Tip 4:

The final working-from-home tip we have is this one. Take regular breaks. Lots of them, if you have to. It will provide you with some freshness before returning back to your screen.

Tip 5:

The king of music and floral suits has spoken. Face masks are the way forward.

Tip 6:

There are no excuses. Get those creative juices flowing. Remember that novel you were going to start? What about the last line of that song? Poetry is fun to try out. I hear Spring is the season for haikus.

Tip 7:

Netflix can wait until the final straw. It will still be there, don't worry.

Tip 8:

One of the cutest ideas I've seen so far. Write a letter to someone who needs it. The residents at this nursing home would really love one so if you've got a spare minute, get writing!

Tip 9:

If you're fit and healthy, do what you can to help others that might not be. Don't take your time for granted.

Tip 10:

It can be easy to forget, but exercising during these difficult times is important to maintain your health. This neighborhood aerobics class is doing it right!

Tip 11:

Laughter truly is the best medicine.

Tip 12:

Spend some quality time with your family and your partners, obviously if they are not displaying any concerning symptoms.

Tip 13:

Students: Prioritize your health over your exams. Put revision to the side and try and hone your other skills instead. Learn how to cook more than pot noodles. Learn a new skill. Knitting is much more fun than it sounds. The system is down so you don't need to pressure yourself.

Tip 14:

Fresh air really does help. Don't stay cooped in all day.

Tip 15:

Learn a new recipe. This super easy and super delicious Pad Thai recipe can be your first.

Tip 16:

You can't go wrong with a photo shoot, can you?

Tip 17:

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If all else fails, you've always got this amazing backup. It's time to curl up on the sofa with some popcorn and put a good ol' musical on.

BroadwayHD is offering a free service for us all.

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The streaming platform is allowing users to enjoy Broadway, West End, and other elite venue performances for a generous 7-day trial.

That's right, you can watch everything from ballets to plays.

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Some of the most popular watches include the following: "Cats," "The King and I," and "The Sound of Music." There are also originals on the platform filmed including performances of "Kinky Boots" and "42nd Street." So make the most of the opportunity and please remember to keep safe during this difficult period in our lives.