Japanese government simulates what would happen if Mount Fuji erupted again, predicting Tokyo would be covered beneath 17.3BILLION cubic feet of volcanic ash

The Japanese government has run 92 different simulations for how Tokyo would be affected if Mount Fuji were to erupt again, predicting a worst case scenario that would see the city shut down in a matter of hours as more than 17.3billion cubic feet of ash spread across the landscape

Google reveals a staggering drop in movement of people around the world during the global coronavirus pandemic as trips to shops, parks and workplaces plummet

CoughingSneezingBeing in the same space for a long period Touching the same surface Social distancing also refers to limiting physical contact with each other as much as possible which has led to authorities encouraging people to work from home, avoid crowded spaces and public transport as much as possible.