Latin Dance in San Diego After COVID 19: What to Expect

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Although all Latin dance locations in San Diego are still closed due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the community is still looking forward to the day when we can all see each other again on the dance floor. With the new COVID-19 vaccines slowly making their way to individuals there will undoubtedly be some hesitation at first when dance venues begin to re-open. What can we expect to see when these places come back to life? It’s likely that many of the same precautions we’ve seen during the pandemic like increased hand washing, use of hand sanitizer, mask wearing and other prudent measures may be here to stay. Other reactions to the pandemic have involved emphasizing a more “distance” focused dance using bands or ropes to help maintain distance. As you can see in this salsa dance video it may allow for those on the fence about returning to partner dancing be more at ease:

Whatever happens with the social dance scene here in San Diego, I do know that there are many ways to keep dancing remotely and supporting the many qualified dance instructors that need your support.

If you have any comments or ideas of what you think the salsa scene will look like in San Diego after the pandemic please leave a comment.

Thanks and see you hopefully soon on the dance floor!

John ;-)


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